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So you've installed WordPress, now what?
I love WordPress so much that you’ll often find me making child themes with it, but we’ve also been together long enough that I can tell you it’s not perfect. There are some things that I wish W …
How to hack a WordPress website, 8 ways to hack (or protect) your website
A practical guide to WordPress by learning how to Hack wordPress and implementing security processes to avoid having your WordPress website hacked.
How to make WordPress more secure.
As we recently saw with the @n attack, website security isn't just a big business concern. It's everybody's concern, and the only way to protect your website from potential attacks is to take the time …
10 amazing features of ManageWP
Have you ever had the stress of managing a dozen or more WordPress websites, across a few servers, hosts, and time zones?
How to create a site specific plugin in WordPress
WP Beginner recently had a simple tutorial on how to diable the XML-RPC in WordPress, as @nacin points out, it’ll be enabled by default in WordPress 3.5. Security wary website owners would be wise …
How to remove the generator meta tag from WordPress
Lurking in every default installation of WordPress is a security hole, here’s how to fix your site up. The WordPress platform has a security hole a mile wide, yet it ships with every copy of Word …
Technology burnout, the downside of the IT industry
For those of you who read my blog often, you’ll know that most of the time I write about how to fix a CSS problem or what to do to improve your WordPress effectiveness but coming out of the holida …
How to install PHP on a Microsoft IIS 5 server.
If you need to run PHP on a Microsoft IIS server, you're in luck! While not the easiest installation in the world, this article should walk you through the difficult parts and have you up an running …