Category: WordPress Admin Tips

Checking the Password Strength of WordPress Users with WPScan

With WPScan WordPress Security Scanner you can launch a security check to ensure that all your users are using strong WordPress passwords. In this WordPress security tutorial we demonstrate how to use WPScan to launch a brute force security check against a WordPress user account.

WordPress Books for Beginners, Developers & Consultants

A WordPress book is your WordPress personal trainer and consultant. Several WordPress books are available for beginners, designers, developers & consultants. In this blog post we recommend a range of WordPress books for all type of WordPress users.

WordPress Backups Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)

If you are not familiar with all the operations and tasks needed to maintain a successful WordPress blog or website, you will find it very difficult to plan and choose the right WordPress backup solution for your WordPress. In this WordPress FAQ tutorial we try to address all WordPress backup frequently asked questions.

Why You Need a WordPress Backup Solution

There are many things that can go wrong and are out of your control in a WordPress setup. In this article we will explain why you should make frequent WordPress backup and how WordPress backups make your life easier when it comes to maintaining WordPress.

Boost Website SEO by Displaying Related Posts in WordPress

In this WordPress tip for webmasters we explain the benefits of enabling related posts in WordPress. Boost the SEO of your website by reducing bounce rate, automatically generate more internal links and increase page views.

Difference Between WordPress Posts and Pages

Ever wondered what is the difference between a page and a post in WordPress? Or ever wondered which of the two you should use and where? Read our WordPress blogger tip to find out the differences and learn which one to use and where.

Fix Too Many Redirects Loop Error in WordPress

In this WordPress tutorial we explain how to fix HTTP 404 Error or Too many redirects when you add additional authentication to your WordPress dashboard.

The Complete htaccess File for WordPress

If you host your own WordPress most probably you have heard about .htaccess files and all the things you can do with .htaccess files to secure WordPress. If you are not familiar with .htaccess files in relation to WordPress you can go through our definite guide to htaccess and WordPress, where you can find all […]

Configure Custom Error Pages on Apache with htaccess

Having user friendly custom error pages for your website is perhaps as important as having good content. In this article we show you how to easily implement custom error pages for your WordPress website or blog with .htaccess files.

How to run multiple websites on XAMPP on Windows

If you are a WordPress plugin or WordPress theme developer, or provide professional WordPress support from time to time you need to run multiple WordPress websites on the same XAMPP installation on Windows.  Multiple websites running on the same Apache web server are called Virtual Hosts. In this easy to follow tutorial we explain how to […]