Category: WordPress Admin Tips

How to safely add custom code to WordPress websites

Users are often looking for ways to tweak their websites, plugins and themes, or to add some modifications to an existing functionality. In most of these cases, you can do so by adding custom code to your WordPress website. There is nothing wrong with adding custom code to your website. However, there are a few […]

How to choose the best WordPress plugins for your website

WordPress plugins are awesome and if you want your site to have a specific function, or add additional functionality, the chances are there is a plugin out there for it. If you’d like to learn more about what WordPress plugins are, refer to our WordPress plugins introduction. On the WordPress’s repository there are over 57,000 […]

What are WordPress plugins?

If you are new to WordPress, you might be wondering what are WordPress plugins and what’s their purpose. It’s a reasonably common question to ask because plugins are an important part of the WordPress ecosystem. They are essential if you want to build a website with WordPress. In this article, we explain what WordPress plugins […]

Why WordPress admin notices matter (and how to manage them effectively)

Every time you log into the WordPress dashboard, you are probably greeted with a few message at the top of your screen. These messages are called WordPress admin notices. Contrary to what many WordPress users might think – that they’re an annoyance without an ‘off’ switch – they can be incredibly useful. At least, that […]

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%1 of 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 […]