In the world of computers and Internet, things get old pretty fast and that is one of the reason why we see WordPress software getting lot of updates frequently. This makes sure that WordPress not only stays safe from vulnerabilities but also gives you latest features that play major role in your blog’s success. We’ve been regular readers of various blogs about blogging and all these gurus suggest the same, why is that? They all understand the security concerns associated with WordPress and how one can stay peacefully after the upgrade.

read full article →

Bookmark and Share

After we’ve ensured that Secret Key is at its desired place, we can think about securing the password of the blog too. Strong password is really necessary these days as there are various ways through which hackers, tend to break the password and get unauthorized access to important and sensitive information. Brute-Force, Dictionary attack are some of the few methods of gaining the unauthorized access with the help of automated password attempts. If your password has the following elements, then I’m sure it’ll be considered as a strong password -

read full article →

Bookmark and Share

It’s always said that if something is a boon, it will also carry some negative points. WordPress is popular; this is a boon to every WordPress user as this popularity ensures that there is active development around it. WordPress is popular; this is a bane to every WordPress user as it gets frequently attacked by hackers and nasty people. In this series, we’ll try to make WordPress as secure as one can. In this post, we’ll define secret key for WordPress and we’ll later move to advanced techniques to achieve more desired results -

read full article →

Bookmark and Share

I was recently approached by one of our readers and my cousin Amit Gupta. He was facing an issue in writing any posts as he encountered with some problem while upgrading the blog. After diagnosing the issue, I realized that he made a small mistake while doing the upgrade. he forgot to upgrade the WordPress Automatic Upgrade plugin and tried to upgrade the blog with the old version of it.

read full article →

Bookmark and Share

We all love brands and that is evident from not just by wearing Guccies, Omegas also by wearing brand logos on t-shirts, mugs, stickers and various merchandizes. Building brand is not simple and its one way of showing that we love the efforts that the guys have put in building that brand. I always wanted to wear a WordPress hoodie or t-shirt, however it wasn’t making sense to me that I buy a hoodie for 23 GBP from WordPress store, when it shouldn’t cost more than $ 12 in India itself. So, here’s what I did -

read full article →

Bookmark and Share

The week took off and we published an interview with Ian Ozsvald, a professional screencaster. And we have already mentioned about Michael Pick, light-bulb engineer at Automattic. And if you remember that we asked the question from him that what exactly he’s going to do at Automattic and it seems that now we can *watch* the answer on the web!

read full article →

Bookmark and Share

I’m sure that by this time most of you must have found out that WordPress 2.7 (Coltrane) has been released and it’s because almost every blog on WordPress niche have blogged about it already. And of course, the WordPress panel alerts you as soon as there is an update available. However, with every release there is one issue that pops up inevitably and that is the incompatibility of certain plugins or themes.

read full article →

Bookmark and Share