Thinking of WordPress security in a layered concept is a fresh approach and much less overwhelming than checking off the countless tasks that are demanded everywhere. Bringing in a structure to security duties can also be seen as a sustainable way to organize your website’s security.
We all need to be aware that there are business risks we need to be responsive to. Restoring a website isn’t particularly a daily task, but in case a website breaks, it is invaluable when you know how to get it back running in easy steps.
When someone sets up a website or gets started with an online business — at first, it is all about the website’s content and design. Only after everything is running smoothly, the task of a good website maintenance comes into play. Get introduced to the four building blocks of website maintenance.
Owning a website requires some housekeeping from time to time. Updating your website’s sitemap is one of those maintenance tasks that can be easily done. In this article I talk about what sitemaps are, why it’s beneficial to keep them up-to-date, and how to create and submit sitemaps properly
When was the last time you updated your website? I don’t mean just adding another blog post. I mean, when was the last time you did some major changes? – Such as giving your website a new skin? A long time ago? – Maybe it’s time to update your website.