April 19, 2013 By Sherry Dedman
WordPress Security Best Practices against Brute Force Attacks and Hacking There is a current security/performance risk for all WordPress blogs. There are a large number of WordPress "brute force attacks" and hacking happening that are both hacking into WordPress web sites and also causing DOS … [Read More...]
Google's recent changes to improve the quality of search results include several changes that illustrate why SEO for WordPress is so easy! One of the things search engines want, in a big way, is fresh content. Easy to do with WordPress, right? Just blog it! These are the items that illustrate why … [Read More...]
What Search Engines WantDescriptive URLs (Permalinks)A URL (Uniform Resource Locator) is just a web address, i.e. http://blogsolace.com. In WordPress and other CMS/blogging applications, this is also called a permalink.Why Search Engines Want This InfoHelps Describe ContentOne of the things search … [Read More...]
These are the plugins I usually start with when developing a new WordPress site. If it's a static site with no blogging involved, some of these don't apply. But more often than not, these are the "staples" in my WordPress cupboard, so to speack! COMMENTS - Akismet (anti-spam - loads with … [Read More...]
Welcome to the re-launch of EasyBlogHelp.com! I started this site a few years back as mostly a community-driven site, and it didn't work out as well as I'd hoped. So I am re-launching it as an article/blog site with how-to's on things you can do with WordPress! The how-to's will definitely … [Read More...]
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