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How to Protect a WordPress Site from Hackers

For many WordPress sites, simply taking small steps to secure a website is enough to keep the sites from getting hacked. WordPress is a frequent target for hacking. Hackers are targeting the theme, the core WordPress files, plugins, and even the login page. These are the steps to take to make it less likely to …

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cPanel Backup and Restore: A Complete Guide

Backups are an integral part of WordPress administration, but certainly not the most fun activity to do. This is especially true with manual backups and restores, like with cPanel. That’s why we are strong advocates of backup plugins that automate the task for us.  Having said that, it is well worth to know cPanel backup and …

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Joomla SEO Made Simple-A Complete Step-by-Step Guide

How can I improve the ranking of my Joomla website on search engines like Google, Bing, Yandex, etc? This is the question that most of the people ask which opens the door to a deep rabbit hole called Joomla SEO.  What do you know about Joomla SEO? Is it something like adding a meta title and meta description …

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WordPress SEO Checklist: 20 Tips to Improve Your Rankings

One of the reasons you have chosen WordPress as your website’s CMS might be because you have read that it is SEO-friendly out of the box. In fact, you only have to check out WordPress’ own list of ‘powerful features’ on their homepage to see that they are proud that the platform is SEO-friendly: But …

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Best WordPress Plugins in 2021

There’s more than 55,000 WordPress plugins you can use to enhance your site. Boost speed, increase traffic, or tighten website security for your visitors. It’s as simple as installing the right plugin. But you don’t want to overdo it—too many WordPress plugins can cause problems or slow down your site. It’s all about picking the …

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Reset your WordPress Username/Password (even if you’ve forgotten your username or email)

Before you start: Go to your WordPress login page (eg: yourdomain.net.au/wp-login.php) and click on the Lost your Password? link: If that doesn’t work (or you’ve forgotten the username/email, or no longer have access to that email address) you will need access to cPanel or Plesk. Reset the primary email through PHPmyAdmin Step 1 –Log into cPanel or Plesk and …

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How to update WordPress, Plugins and Themes

WordPress updates are extremely important. More than adding new features, updates regularly contain security fixes to patch against the latest bugs and make sure your site is secure. We recommend always keeping WordPress up to date. It will make sure your site is both as fast and secure as possible. Please note that the information …

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How to Uninstall / Remove WordPress, Joomla, Opencart and other web builders from Softaculous

Step 1 –Log into cPanel and click on the Softaculous icon. Step 2 – Click on the box-shaped All Installations button in the top right. Step 3 – Click on the Red X for the installation you want to remove. Step 4 – Tick all the boxes and click the Remove Installation button. For more tutorials on website development and Content Management System troubleshooting, view our List of …

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Install WordPress using Softaculous

Step 1 – Log into cPanel and click on the WordPress icon. Step 2– Check that you have enough disk space and click Install Now. Step 3– Set your Protocol, Domain and In Directory: Choose Protocol: If you’re not sure or don’t have an SSL certificate, leave this as http. It can always be changed later from the WordPress control panel.Choose Domain: Select …

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The Complete Guide On SEO-Friendly URL Structure

As the maxim goes, “the first impression lasts longer.” This stands true for your website, as well. A user is most likely to notice the URL of your site before peeking inside anything else. Of course, a poorly structured URL is a big turn-off for a visitor.  What’s more, until a URL is well-thought-out, Google …

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