If you are new to WordPress, then you’re probably not even thinking about ways to secure your self-hosted WordPress site to prevent an attack. As you grow as a WordPress web admin, then understanding the need for focusing on site security and protecting your project from hackers and other malicious beasts will become a priority.
When setting out to learn WordPress, or any new skill, it’s always good to craft a plan and set deadlines. Learn where you stand by taking our simple self assessment.
This is a bit more of an advanced topic compared to some of my prior posts but let’s talk about how fast your site loads. Site speed is something you will need to pay attention to especially as your WordPress site grows. A slow site can lead to many problems that will directly hurt your online strategy including:
Questions we receive are generally related to getting started with WordPress self-hosted blogs. To help our prospective WordPress friends, I thought I would answer some of the common questions as they relate to installing WordPress.
I’ve just posted an epic blog post on Chicago WordPress Help’s sister site, the Chicago Blog Tutor, five tips to consider when starting a business blog. Since WordPress and blogging so nicely go hand-in-hand
The other day, I was introduced to a plugin that GoDaddy (Yes, GoDaddy) was developing to measure the performance of WordPress plugins activated on your site.