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Basic WordPress Plugins for Every WordPress Blog

I believe there is no point repeating Why WordPress is best blogging platform and Benefits of WordPress. Harsh has already shared a handy guide to Install WordPress, or you can follow his WordPress guide for more comprehensive information about WordPress. Here, I'm going to list some of the basic WordPress plugins, which you should consider [...]

Benefits Of Using WordPress for Your Business Blog

WordPress has been evolved from a Blogging platform to a CMS and these days most of online business Websites prefer WordPress as their choice of platform. Many people, who are still not aware of change and benefits of using WordPress or similar CMS, they are still opting for static pages .html Websites. Here I will [...]

9 Steps To Secure WordPress Blog

In recent time, WordPress has been highly targeted by bloggers. Since WordPress uses MySQL and Php, it's not tough to find a vulnerability in WordPress. Here I'm sharing some newbie tips to Secure WordPress blog. These are basic tips but some time missing these basic tips, may lead to losing your WordPress blog by some [...]

How to Edit WordPress .htaccess File

Earlier, I posted about WordPress .htaccess file and here I'm sharing a quick tutorial on how to edit WordPress. htaccess file. There are many methods which you can follow to do the same, here we will look into three of them: cPanel method, WordPress dashboard and using any FTP client from desktop. More over when [...]

Why You Should Use WordPress For Blogging

WordPress Powers 20% of the websites in the world and this is a huge number. WordPress was started a blogging platform and now it's competing to be the best CMS out there. As a blogger if you have been looking for the right blogging platform for yourself; I would recommend WordPress. This is the same [...]

How To Change WordPress Default Username For Security

When eve we talk about WordPress Security, very first suggestion is to change WordPress default username. As WordPress default username is  "admin" and it makes it hackers to attempt a brute-force attack using username admin. Since hackers already have your username, it will make it easier for them to find your password using brute forcing. [...]