1. Fighting WordPress contact form spam with a captcha 1.1 Benefits and drawbacks 1.2 Captcha services 2. Anti-spam systems: the future of captcha 2.1 CleanTalk 2.2 WP Cerber 2.3 Akismet 2.4 WP Armour 3. Conclusion No need to tell you how annoying...
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It can be tricky to protect your WordPress site from attacks. However, there are a few principles and tricks you can apply that are relatively easy to implement. Disclosure: Some of the links in this post are ‘affiliate links.’ This means if you click on the...
If your memory goes as far back as your high school history classes, you may remember a guy named Theseus. He did a whole bunch of stuff in Greek mythology and frankly, he shouldn’t be proud about half of it (but that’s just my opinion). In any case, one of his...
Why do you need to speed up WordPress and why do you need a fast website in general? Well, if you’re a human being in this day and age, you’ve already noticed that people don’t like to wait. You’ve also heard from marketers that our attention...
Creating a WordPress menu is the simplest thing on earth once you know how to do it. Before that point, it can cause you to give up on your hopes and dreams, tear your family apart and there’s even this rumor of a guy selling all his belongings and leaving for...
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