Veganos is a wonderfully designed, clean and responsive free WordPress theme built using the new Gutenberg editor. Veganos is perfect for creating food-related websites like recipe websites, blogs, magazines and more. It’s built mobile first and is pleasure to view on devices of all sizes. It features modern, easy-to-read typography and minimalistic design.
Regardless of whether you’re running a blog or a business via WordPress, it is absolutely imperative that you take the necessary steps to keep your website and its data secure from hackers.
If yours is a WordPress membership website, you probably have had your fair share of encounters with Spam user registrations.
WordPress membership websites require site visitors to create accounts for the sake of interaction and communication on the forums present on the website itself. A lot of times, spam bots go about creating Spam accounts on less secure websites. These Spam User registrations are downright irritating, clutter up your user database, attempt to exploit vulnerabilities, and reduce your website’s performance.
The growth of social media has meant that online forums have gone a little out of fashion in recent years as more people turn to Facebook groups to build community and discuss topics.
However, the good old web forum is still alive and kicking! In fact, some of the biggest and most sites on the internet are forums.The mega forum site Reddit, for example, was accessed by around 1.69 billion users in March 2018.
WordPress, as you already know, is the world’s leading content management system. Naturally, it is also one of the prime targets of malicious hackers who lurk around the web.
Some people will try to hack your website, steal data, or infect it with viruses and malware. Such situations can be avoided by proper security measures like installing specific plugins or services. However, too many of these security plugins can be rather heavy, and affect the performance of your website – for example; it might lower the loading speed.
Creating a WordPress website is easy, thanks to its easy to use features. But optimizing them for SEO, well you need to put in some effort. We largely depend on Google to market our WordPress website and it can be pretty tricky to employ the best methods to get the best results, with all the algorithm updates.
Luckily, WordPress has a few tricks up its sleeve and we will show you how to exploit them along with some bonus tips to optimize your posts for SEO.