The Path in the CMS World: A Journey from ClassicPress to WordPress
TukuToi, a strong advocate of ClassicPress, has made the decision to move back to WordPress due to its consistent platform and compatibility with PHP, jQuery, and plugins. While still supporting ClassicPress financially, TukuToi highlights the need for major changes in the project to consider using it again for production. TukuToi has been a (almost stubborn) […]Read more
Things to do if your WordPress Site is Hacked
Getting your newly formed website in trouble is never something you would want to hear. But what would you do if that became reality and it got hacked? This word seems like a very big one and perhaps one might feel overwhelmed to work even a single step. There are a lot of answers on […]Read more
Why we shouldn’t use Third-Party resources and CDN Services
We will explore more in depth why we shouldn’t use Third-Party Resources and CDN Services. We have written previously about why we shouldn’t use Analytic Tools for our Websites, and extend the topic in this article by exploring more in depth the negative aspects of Third-Party Resources and Content Delivery Networks (CDN). Almost every webmaster […]Read more
How To Make A WordPress Website More Secure?
The most common query I come across every day is “ how can I make my WordPress website more secure? Or “ how can I protect my WordPress site”? Yes, you can make your website secure with little tips and tricks. As Google penalizes many pages daily for malware and phishing so to be serious […]Read more