Category "WordPress Best Practices"

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Google’s Mobile-Friendly Label

Click here to test your site to see if Google thinks it is mobile-friendly. If not your site will be missing Google’s most recent mobile search label.

WordPress Brute Force Attack Fix

As of 11am eastern time this morning have been monitoring the largest distributed brute force attack on WordPress installations that we’ve seen to date. A brute force attack is when an attacker tries many times to guess your username password combination by repeatedly sending login attempts. A distributed brute force attack is when an attacker uses a large number of machines spread around the internet to do this in order to circumvent any blocking mechanisms…

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Parker WordPress 3.8 Update is Great!!

WordPress has a new update streaming into the back-end of your WordPress sites. While some WordPress updates are small and run automatically, this one is larger and needs a manual button pushed in the back-end. You will notice that you can now employ a color scheme to your dashboard (NICE!!), and that it has a new “flat design” look and feel. We love it. Read more about it here… If you need any help updating…

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