There are a number of ways to add better security to your WordPress site. Moving your wp-config PHP file out of the install is a great place to start. In this article, I’ll show you two ways to do it. Your wp-config.php file stores valuable information such as the location, username, and password of your […]
As I approach my sixth month as a full-time, freelance web developer, I want to reflect a little on the lessons I’ve learned along the way. In this post, I’ll share 10 valuable lessons learned in my first 6 months freelancing full-time in hopes that it may benefit my readers looking to take the same path.
While the developers of WordPress take security seriously, the real vulnerabilities are found within our plugins & themes. There are a number of solid solutions available today: Sucuri, Ithemes, Wordfence, etc. Here, I want to review a new contender, MalCare. Here’s the MalCare review