Category: WordPress Admin Tips

WordPress debug: how to enable it & debugging options

Sometimes we are unable to reproduce a problem that a user is encountering when using one of our WordPress plugins. When this happens, we ask the user to send us more information about their website’s and plugin’s setup. Such information is typically found in a log file, more specifically, the WordPress debug log file. This […]

Tools for remote team accountability, communication & security WordPress businesses should use

The global pandemic has turned the world of work upside down. Commuting to the workplace is no longer a daily habit for up to 40% 1of the workforce. What’s more, it’s a trend set to stay in place long after the scientific community has found an effective treatment or vaccine for the virus. Online and […]

What are WordPress admin notices (and how do they work)?

Even if you’re new to WordPress, you’ll be familiar with admin notices. They’re the messages that show up on your dashboard to let you know about updates, errors, changes and more. Admin notices give you critical information about your site, which enables you to take timely action. Moreover, if you’re a theme or plugin developer, […]

The ultimate guide to WordPress user management

There’s nothing more complicated for webmasters than to manage their website users. If your website or eCommerce solution users aren’t managed correctly, they can inflict site-breaking damage and loosen up tight security protocols. While WordPress user management is vitally important, you also have to be able to run your business. You do not want to […]

How to make your WordPress website CCPA compliant

After the introduction of GDPR back in 2018, there’s now another law that’s set to further effect WordPress webmasters in their bid to remain compliant with local data privacy regulations. Its name? The California Consumer Protection Act (or CCPA for short). This new piece of legislation is designed to provide Californians with enhanced protection with regard to […]

What are the 2FA backup codes?

When you use two-factor authentication (2FA) on your WordPress website, you need the username, password, and a one-time code to login. The one-time code can be generated by an app, sent to you over email, or generated by a third party specialized device. However, how can you still login if you not have access to […]

Configuring WordPress automatic updates

This WordPress tutorials explains how you can configure the WordPress automatic update to ensure that your websites and blogs always run on the latest, most stable and secure WordPress version. It also explains how to enable automatic updating of WordPress plugins and theme.

How to manually deactivate WordPress plugins

Plugins are a great aspect of using WordPress. However, at some point, you’ll need to uninstall or deactivate a plugin for one reason or another. This might present a problem, in that, the default method for deactivating WordPress plugins might not be always available. For example, to fix an issue where you lose access to […]

What is regulatory compliance & how does it affect WordPress security?

In order to do business, your WordPress website and business have to adhere to rules and regulations. These rules and regulations may take the form of laws (such as GDPR or HIPAA). They may also be compliance requirements, such as PCI DSS or ISO 27001, and may vary from one country to the other. What […]

DNS Tools & Queries For WordPress Users & Administrators

When you buy a new domain for your WordPress site you have to configure the name servers and other DNS records. Configuring your the Domain Name System (DNS) for your domain is a simple process, and it becomes even easier when you understand how DNS works, what are Domains, Registrars and DNS records. However, a […]