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WordPress security- Basic tasks

It is important to keep the WordPress site secure. Here are some tips to bear in mind in maintaining the security of the WordPress site:   Always keep the WordPress, Themes and Plugins, up to date. Always backup your WordPress, Contents and database files.     Install some security plugins on your WordPress website: Such […]

Files that need to be backed up in WordPress

There are some files that need to be backed up to have the settings of the WordPress sites: WordPress is composed of two different parts: The application, and the Database. WP-config.php (WP is the default prefix for the database tables)- the config file contains the information that helps the WordPress to talk to the database. […]

Control Who can Comment on your WordPress website

In WordPress you can easily control who can add commend for your posts. Enable or disable commenting on your website.   In WordPress; Click on settings and go to discussion window Use the following items:   “Allow people to post comments on new articles” to enable or disable commenting on your WordPress site’s posts “Users […]

What is Permalink in WordPress?

Per Google’s description; the permalink is a permanent static hyperlink to a particular web page or entry in a blog Permalinks are the permanent URL path to your Weblog post. When you create post in your weblog; the default URL address looks link http://www.itperfection.com/?p=X (X is the number of the post) You can easily change […]

What is Responsive Website? How to figure out if the Theme you choose is responsive or not?

The usable website in any device (desktops, tablets, and phones) is called Responsive website. These days; people use different screen sizes (monitors), tablets, and smartphones to access the website. The main reason that you need responsive website- especially for your business- is to make your clients able to connect to your website through any devices […]

WordPress: User roles and their differences

  User roles in WordPress and their differences: Subscriber: Can access any data in the front-end of the site, Manage his own profile, Comment on the posts. The subscriber can see and access the pages that are managed privately. As you know each post can be set as publicly available or Private. The Subscribers will […]