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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.

The 20 Best Glitch Effect Photoshop Action Sets

The 20 Best Glitch Effect Photoshop Action Sets

Whether to add visual interest to your photos or to achieve a distorted look, these glitch effect Photoshop actions are all excellent choices.

Where Two-Factor Authentication Falls Short

Where Two-Factor Authentication Falls Short

2FA can be effective at thwarting unauthorized access but does have some potential drawbacks as well. The following is a look at what happens when things go wrong.

Without User Consent: An Ethical Dilemma for WordPress Plugin Developers

Without User Consent: An Ethical Dilemma for WordPress Plugin Developers

I recently discovered that a popular WordPress plugin had enabled automatic updates without explicitly informing users. How did I find out? I received emails from each site where the plugin…

Get to Know Jeff Starr, WordPress Author and Entrepreneur

Get to Know Jeff Starr, WordPress Author and Entrepreneur

We had the pleasure of chatting with Jeff as we discussed his busy life, how he got started with WordPress and his thoughts on the software’s evolution.

The Responsibilities of a WordPress Plugin Developer

The Responsibilities of a WordPress Plugin Developer

It takes a whole lot of talent and skill to create a functioning WordPress plugin. Most of us will probably never fully grasp the amount of work and dedication that…

Hacked: What to Do When Your WordPress Website Has Been Compromised

Hacked: What to Do When Your WordPress Website Has Been Compromised

It’s perfectly normal to feel scared or frustrated when your WordPress site has been compromised. Take a breath, and follow this guide for dealing with a hacked WordPress website.

5 Tips for a More Secure WordPress Website

5 Tips for a More Secure WordPress Website

Web security has grown into one of the most important issues we face – right up there with design and development. And those of us who use an open source…

Playing Whack-a-Mole With WordPress Security

Playing Whack-a-Mole With WordPress Security

Securing a website in this day in age (even a small one) is increasingly becoming more difficult. And if you’re using WordPress, you might as well have a big old…

Standing Tall in the Face of Recent WordPress Security Scares

Standing Tall in the Face of Recent WordPress Security Scares

If you’ve paid any attention at all to WordPress related news over the past month or so, you know that there have been some security vulnerabilities discovered (like this, this,…

Free WordPress Security E-Book Available from Code Poet: Locking Down WordPress

Free WordPress Security E-Book Available from Code Poet: Locking Down WordPress