Websites seem to be more vulnerable to hacking and other security-related issues today than ever before. The rate at which new WordPress software is released because of patches and other security-related updates seems to be at a frenetic pace. I also receive regular reports of unauthorized attempts to access the administrative areas of my website, […]
Websites, like people, can benefit from annual check-ups. Sometimes, things could be wrong with your website, and you’d never know unless you’d taken some preventative care. When was the last time you performed a website check? And do you know what to look for?
What would you do if you discovered that your website disappeared? You go to the URL, but nothing’s there. Or you visit your site, but it’s not your site at all; it’s selling cheap prescriptions instead. Are you prepared in cases of these kinds of emergencies?
When planning a new website, it can be exciting to think about how it will look when it’s done—colors, fonts, textures, graphics. You can create a whole mood on your website that’s elegant and sophisticated to rustic and country to childlike and fun. However, no matter how hard you may work to make the most […]
WordPress provides a simple and convenient way to keep your own website updated without knowing any fancy computer coding or advanced technical knowledge. It’s no wonder that almost 16 percent (or roughly 70 million) of published websites use WordPress. But with the ease of being able to log in to your website from any internet-connected […]
When web and domain host GoDaddy went down on September 10, 2012, perhaps millions of websites were affected. According to the Associated Press, GoDaddy hosts more than 5 million websites. Many, if not all, of those sites were affected anywhere for a few minutes to several hours on September 10. If your website or domain […]