One of the most popular website publishing programs people use is WordPress, a well-structured, web-based content management system. When it comes to content and publishing on the Internet, security needs to be a priority. There are many people, unfortunately, who try to hack websites for fun, or to simply give others a hard time. There are some simple WordPress security tips that users need to be aware of, and when practiced, can provide peace of mind.
The guys at DradCast (hosted by the awesome Dre of Sucuri and Brad of WebDevStudios) are continuing their awesome interviews and perhaps the best intro ever was created last night via Adii Pienaar, one of the founders of WooThemes: So I’m been waiting for my invite and this opportunity for bloody ages, and I had to wait up until episode 11 to finally get it. I know, I was appalled as well. I guess that’s however, it’s indicative of how an ex-rockstar is treated these days, like a fucking ghost. That said, the greater WordPress ecosystem has taken notice of a […]
Over the last few months I have had the pleasure of being a writer for WP Daily and it started to make me realize how important team work really is. Not only that, but the affect it is having on the blogging community. I have found great respect for John Saddington and his entire team as he leads all of us here to be an influence to all bloggers. I am a photographer and videographer and I follow many photo and video blogs pretty religiously because I am always wanting to learn about what is new and want to have […]