Category: WordPress Admin Tips

Achieve GDPR Compliance for WooCommerce in 5 Steps

If you own an eCommerce store, you’ve probably heard of GDPR. However, you may not be fully conversant with GDPR law and have a lot of questions in your mind. Our goal with this article is to address all your GDPR concerns for your WooCommerce website and help you ensure GDPR compliance for your business.

How to combine activity logs and monitoring to supercharge WordPress administration

Careful and consistent administration of a WordPress website can not only help you ensure happy visitors and users but ultimately more of them. However, many WordPress website owners are not in the business of managing WordPress websites.

The ultimate guide to the WordPress database

At its core, WordPress is a CMS (Content Management System). To manage content, it needs to be able to store it. WordPress does this through folders and files, and a database. We have previously covered the WordPress filesystem in a separate article; we will focus on the database this time around.

How to set up multiple WordPress sites using XAMPP

XAMPP is used by many WordPress administrators to set up WordPress environments. While there are many different case uses, some of the most common use cases are to set up a staging, development or testing environment.

The WordPress file system

WordPress is, at its core, a web application, and just like every other web application, it requires and uses a labyrinth of folders and files to work. These files and folders include everything from access controls and WordPress’ core code to the plugins, themes, media you upload, and everything in between.

How to troubleshoot common WordPress errors

With WordPress, you can create and manage a site almost without any technical knowledge. It has many built-in features and templates that let you get started right away. And if you do need to change something, the large user community can help you out.

How many WordPress plugins can I install?

Many things make WordPress great. Firstly, it’s free. This fact alone has allowed countless people to set up their own websites, contributing to the mass democratization of information that we enjoy today.

Understanding the risks of login sharing on WordPress

While it’s a big security no-no, login sharing on WordPress happens more often than one might think. As the term suggests, login sharing is the practice of users sharing their login information with other users.

Why you should use a log management service?

Logs provide the foundational data to support performance, user and technical monitoring on your WordPress sites and the web servers they run. With them you can understand who changed what and when.

What are log management services?

Logs are an essential part of good systems governance and management, providing administrators with a detailed view into the innermost workings of the very systems they manage.

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