Stop Website Spam With These 4 WordPress Plugins

Today I have some WordPress security plugins to help you improve the performance and safety of your website.

Installing the latest security plugins on your WordPress website will help protect you from brute force attacks and spam. With so many outside sources trying to break in now is a good time to get started. Is your website vulnerable to unwelcome logins and malware? Use these reliable and free WordPress plugins, and let me know how these work for you!

1) Cloud spam protection – CleanTalk

Stop hackers from coming into your website with this reliable security plugin. CleanTalk does not…


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Best WordPress Hosts on the Internet

If
you are starting out developing websites, then you’ll have many Content
Management Systems (CMS) as options. If your website is text heavy and more of
a blog or a magazine then chances are that you will settle on WordPress as the
CMS of your choice. WordPress is a powerful CMS which has fantastic
functionalities for almost any kind of user. Being such a popular CMS, there
are many themes and templates out there, both free and paid, which can be
customised to suit your preferences.

WordPress also has a huge bank of plugins that can help you set up anything from a mailing…


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WordPress security: Critical flaw fixed in bbPress forum plugin


Adam Bannister

02 June 2020 at 15:25 UTC

Updated: 02 June 2020 at 16:04 UTC

More than 300,000 sites at risk from exploit that could grant attackers full control of forums

Developers behind bbPress, a popular WordPress forum plugin, have patched a critical security vulnerability that could lead to unauthenticated privilege escalation.

Attackers who exploit the logic bug could grant themselves authorization to delete forum activities, import or export forum users, and create new forum moderators,…


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What will be the best way to build the cross-platform app of an e-commerce WordPress site?

WordPress websites has the highest number of websites over the internet. With the increasing popularity of cross platform app, it is necessary to have a reliable mobile app for business.

 Building mobile app from scratch might seem costlier and time taking for a while. However, being a worth step, it is not bad to take hard steps for an app. Just looking it from different angle, what if you can turn your wordpress website into full-fledged cross platform app. There are few ways, which can help you building the cross platform app from scratch.

Here we will take a deeper look at the…


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Seynd Launches Free Web Push Notification Plugin on WordPress

Seynd Web push notification Plugin now available on WordPress

WordPress Users guaranteed 100% message delivery using Push Notifications.

New York, New York–May 12, 2020–Seynd web push notification services have launched a free web push notifications plug-in for WordPress Users. Users can start directly communicating with website subscribers using web push notifications.

“Web Push Notifications were created to help solve the problem of emails becoming increasingly less effective. These alert-style messages are sent from your website to your opt-in prospects &…


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Blubrry Podcasting releases user interface update to free WordPress plugin PowerPress

“Our plugin has always been a powerful tool for podcast publishing and distribution, this release is part of our overall plan to make it easier for a podcaster to use all of our tools,” said Todd Cochrane, CEO of Blubrry

Blubrry has made significant changes to its WordPress plugin, PowerPress, focusing on the user experience and interface. The plugin is meant for…


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Serious Vulnerability Found In MapPress Maps WordPress Plugin

Heads up WordPress admins! Another WordPress plugin is found to have a serious vulnerability affecting thousands of websites. This time, the vulnerability has appeared in the MapPress Maps plugin for WordPress.

MapPress Maps WordPress Plugin

Researchers from Alert Logic have found a serious vulnerability in the MapPress Maps plugin for WordPress. The plugin presently boasts over 80,000 installations. Hence, the vulnerability also has put these thousands of sites at risk.

Disclosing the details in a blog post, the researchers stated that they found a privilege escalation bug in the plugin….


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5 Must Have Plugins for your 2020 WordPress Website

If you’re building a business website, you’ve probably heard of WordPress. Roughly 35% of all websites on the internet are WordPress websites, at the time of this article. That means, at least 1 in 4 of the websites you visit on a regular basis are most likely built on a WordPress platform (including sites like Whitehouse.gov and even the Microsoft Blog).

The availability of a wide variety of themes and plugins to customize your site is one of the reasons WordPress is so popular. There are over 55,000 plugins to choose from, so you’re sure to find just the right combination for your…


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Google Search to Introduce New Page Experience Ranking Signal in 2021 – WordPress Tavern

Google is preparing to introduce a new ranking signal for Search, based on page experience as measured by Core Web Vitals metrics. This includes factors like page speed, responsiveness, and the stability of content as it loads. The upcoming update will combine these signals with previously announced UX-related signals for mobile-friendliness, safe browsing, HTTPS security, and intrusive interstitials.

Google is also updating its requirements for the Top Stories feature. It will no longer be limited to AMP pages – any content will be eligible:

As part of this update, we’ll…


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WordPress File Permissions: Complete Beginner’s Guide

Are you worried that hackers can exploit your WordPress files and break into your website?

We wish we could tell you that there is nothing to worry about, but unfortunately, hackers exploit incorrect file permissions and access WordPress files all the time.

File permissions define who can read, write, and execute the files that make up your WordPress site. If these permissions are set incorrectly, unauthorized users and hackers could edit them, insert spam content, and inject malware.

This will enable them to take control of your site and run malicious activities such as defacing your site,…


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