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Why Third Parties Are Taking an Interest in Your Client’s Website Security

Why Third Parties Are Taking an Interest in Your Client’s Website Security

For years, security processes were between a designer, host, and client. But increasingly, other third parties are taking an active interest.

The 10 Best Free Security Plugins for WordPress

The 10 Best Free Security Plugins for WordPress

A collection of powerful WordPress plugins that will harden your website and provide you with an extra layer of security and protection.

The 12 Best Double Exposure Effect Photoshop Action Sets

The 12 Best Double Exposure Effect Photoshop Action Sets

An amazing collection of double exposure effect Photoshop action sets that will allow you to rapidly speed up your photo editing process.

Why It’s Getting Harder to Trust the Software We Use

Why It’s Getting Harder to Trust the Software We Use

As web designers, we put trust into many apps (particularly open-source), and many have third-party dependencies. It can be a huge risk.

Wix Goes After WordPress: One User’s Take

Wix Goes After WordPress: One User’s Take

This isn’t exactly a Coke vs Pepsi type of rivalry. In terms of market share, it’s more like an ant (Wix) flicking a spec of dirt on Godzilla (WordPress).

5 Common WordPress Myths Debunked

5 Common WordPress Myths Debunked

We take a look at some of the most common myths floating around the world of WordPress and attempt to uncover the truth.

Tips for Maintaining a Legacy WordPress Website

Tips for Maintaining a Legacy WordPress Website

Maintaining a legacy WordPress website takes a keen eye and attention to detail. Here are some tips to make sure your old site runs as well as it can.

How to Add Two-Factor Authentication to WordPress

How to Add Two-Factor Authentication to WordPress

We explore what two-factor authentication actually is and take a look at a few WordPress plugins that will help you add this feature with minimal effort.

Building WordPress Websites That Better Respect User Privacy

Building WordPress Websites That Better Respect User Privacy

In recent years, privacy has become one of the most important topics in our society. With the rise of services that use and sell user data, serious discussions have been…

How to Create a Custom User Role in WordPress

How to Create a Custom User Role in WordPress

We take a look at what custom user roles are in WordPress, why you’d want to use them, and a few different techniques for creating them.

5 Things to Tell Your Clients About WordPress Security

5 Things to Tell Your Clients About WordPress Security

We discuss being proactive when it comes to teaching clients about security best practices. Some things are universal, while others are a bit more specific to WordPress itself.

Where Two-Factor Authentication Falls Short

Where Two-Factor Authentication Falls Short