One of the first (and most important) decisions you’ll make when creating a website is who your hosting provider will be. Unfortunately, not all web hosts are created equal. As such, it’s important to take the time to compare your options and choose a secure host. Fortunately, secure web hosting does exist, and it incorporates many features
The security of your website is crucial. You may think that using WordPress – one of the most secure content management systems available – means you have nothing to fear. Unfortunately, hacks can happen on any site. When you know which attacks are most likely, however, you can prevent them or treat them accordingly. This means
For beginners and advanced users alike, WordPress makes it simple to create essentially any kind of website. Even better, you don’t need extensive coding knowledge to build a site that meets your needs. This is because WordPress is a content management system that enables the use of plugins – add-ons that extends the system’s core
When it comes to improving your website, there are many free and paid tools available. The ones you use will depend on your goals. However, there’s one versatile tool that can help you enhance almost any website. Google Analytics is a freemium product that offers a variety of invaluable site statistics and tools. By adding
Did you know that more than 70% of the world’s most popular WordPress sites are vulnerable to hacker attacks? WordPress is the world’s most popular CMS. For me personally, no other CMS comes even close. But that doesn’t mean it’s perfect. Pointing out WordPress security loopholes is one of the favorite activities of its critics.
Whether you are migrating your website, creating a clone, or you need to restore your site after something bad happens, WPBackItUp makes it easy to backup and restore your entire WordPress website. In this post we are going to first show you how to restore your site using WPBackItUp Premium’s one-click restore feature. Next we’ll
If you’ve decided that cloud storage is right for your business – and you’ve found a solution that meets all your needs – it’s time to make the move from local storage to the cloud. The process can seem daunting, however, especially when you fear losing your vital website data if you make a mistake.
Imagine logging into your computer, opening your local server folder, and finding your backup files missing. This is an issue that can happen to anyone at any time, and it can lead to numerous problems if you need to restore a recent backup. Thankfully, it is possible to avoid such an occurrence, and that’s by
Once you’ve decided to use a cloud solution for backing up your website, you may find yourself overwhelmed by the number of options available. This information overload may lead to you choose a solution that doesn’t fit your needs, such as cloud storage with minimal security or insufficient storage capacity. Of course, there are a
While creating a site backup is essential for your website’s security, storing your backups in a secure location is equally important. Unfortunately, many business owners rely on outdated storage solutions (such as flash drives or local servers), which can cause a loss of vital data and an increase in unnecessary headaches. That’s where cloud storage