Anatomy of A Great WordPress Plug-In

On August 14th, 2012, wrote:

Man’s best friend is a dog. Guess who’s a blogger’s best friend? WordPress! For one, it is absolutely free. You can use it for anything, for personal use (sharing your thoughts and hobbies), or for commercial use (marketing your product or service). It’s become a day-to-day necessity for many developers. Your blogging websites can be made more fun and interactive for users with these plug-ins. WordPress can be made friendlier by customizing the basic functionality with add-on plug-ins. Here’s a guide on what to look for: Security: When you get a good plug-in, it comes with a good security package: Any confidential information is not printed into the Javascript code as it will be visible on the client’s side A secure plug-in will make use of wp-admin’s nonce validation Offers protection against unnecessary XSS exploits and SQL injection Offers thorough documentation: If a plug-in is not going to offer proper support and good documentation, it is not going to be – Read the full article

5 Best Security Plug-Ins for WordPress

On August 12th, 2012, wrote:

Every blogger loves to put his fingers on the keyboard and crank out an amazing post. Backlinks, blog promotion, and interacting with the folks who come to the blog are all part of the allure of running a WordPress website. However, the dark side to WordPress is its security. If you plan on building your site out and becoming popular in your niche, be prepared for hacking attempts. These plugins will help ward off would-be troublemakers: Better WP Security This plugin does a number of things, but its strength lies in its diversified approach to protecting your blog. First, the plugin tries to obscure important blog information from prying eyes. It does this by removing the meta “generator” tag, allows you to turn off the ability to log in for a given time period (they call it “away mode”), removing the Windows Life Write header information, removing RSD header information, changing the ID on the user with ID 1, changing – Read the full article

Five Fantastic Internet Security Tips

On March 30th, 2012, wrote:

The Internet has become an increasingly dangerous place, at least if you consider all the people who use it for malicious intentions. It’s important to be aware of the vulnerabilities of the Internet, and to know what you can do in order to protect yourself. So here are five fantastic tips for Internet security.   Back up your data This is the best way of protecting your data. Vital information such as invoices, E-mails, and documents should be backed up on a daily basis if possible. Backing up regularly will ensure that whenever your computer system – or the server – crashes and loses data, you are left with a backup copy. It is very easy to back up data. A small amount of data can be backed up in a CD, an external hard drive, or a cloud service. Antivirus protection Every computer needs to have up-to-date and credible antivirus software installed on it. This software will keep your – Read the full article