9 Killer Blogspot SEO Tips For bloggers
We already had enough conversation about and for one reason I don’t like BlogSpot much is because the limitation of optimizing it for the search engine. There are many BlogSpot SEO guides that you will find on The Internet, and many of them are related to template editing and all, but in WordPress, plugins make… (0 comment)

How You Can Protect the Login Page in WordPress
Web Security should be an abiding and ongoing concern for all websites. No matter what precautions you’ve taken, there is always room for improvement. This is because there is no such thing as foolproof security. Add to that, hackers are on the prowl 24×7, and so you’ve got to be on the guard constantly. Hosting, weak… (9 comments)

How To Secure Your WordPress Website 2017
I’ve seen many website owners nagging about the security of WordPress. The opinion is that an open source script is vulnerable to all sorts of attacks. But that is mostly not true – sometimes it’s the other way around. Or, okay, let’s say that it’s partially true, but even then you shouldn’t blame WordPress. Why? Because… (7 comments)

How to Install WordPress Offline using XAMPP
Every Self-hosted WordPress user wonders “If there was a way via which WordPress could be installed offline and all the themes could be tested and corrected as per the requirements offline?” Yes! of course there are hundreds of ways to do this, but most of them are time-consuming and aren’t user friendly and it takes the… (1,649 comments)

7 Essential WordPress Security Tips
WordPress being popular but security vulnerable platform, it’s important for us to keep our WordPress blog secure. Here I’m sharing some essential WordPress security tips, which will help you to keep your blog safe and secure. When I was 21, I hacked our university’s web-portal to get the semester final questions draft by entering into… (8 comments)