In case you missed it, WordPress’ 5.2 update last year actually came with a significant new metric for measuring your website’s stability or quality. It’s called the site health score and you can use it as a way to find out whether your website should be functioning properly. It will give each and every WordPress website a rating from 0 percent up to 100 percent.[Read more…]
Setting up and hosting a website isn’t the only thing you need to deliver site content to your audience and ensure a positive user experience.
A content delivery network (CDN) is another important tool that can improve how your site visitors access your content in a quick and secure way.
As a blogger, security is a big deal. Hopefully, you’ve purchased hosting through a reputable provider that keeps their servers safe and their data centers physically secure. If you aren’t sure, it’s not too late to research the features offered by hosting providers and move to a new host if needed.
If you’re like most bloggers, regardless of your content, you’re using a popular CMS for your blog like WordPress, Joomla, or Drupal. These CMS installations require attention to detail where security is concerned. WordPress security is more vulnerable in the cPanel environment where 1-click installations are created, but there are ways to lock it down. [Read more…]
If there is one thing that Americans can agree on, regardless of age, race, political affiliation or their views on whether or not meat really is, in fact, murder, it’s this: privacy is important and we do not want the government snooping through our business or our social media feeds….at least, not until someone drops the word “terrorism” into the conversation. Then suddenly a massive number of analysts immediately change their position to “well yeah, we need to know what those people are doing, for the safety of our kids!” [Read more…]