Why Not All Password Managers are Secure and What to Do About It

With over 30 million monthly brute force attacks, it’s crucial to use strong passwords everywhere. But creating and remembering unique strong passwords across all your accounts can feel like an impossible task. A password manager can help… or can it? While using and enforcing strong passwords is strongly recommended especially on your WordPress website, not […] View original post at …

Why Two-Factor Authentication Isn’t Always Totally Secure

In 15 minutes, you can lose your phone service, identity and money. All it takes is insecure two-factor authentication and human error. Two-factor authentication is an additional method of security that’s used to supplement your login credentials on websites that have it enabled. It requires you to confirm you’re logging in with a physical device […] View original post at …

SEO Stressing You Out? Try One of These SEO-Friendly WordPress Themes

While tackling the subject of how to find trustworthy themes last year, I suggested that SEO-friendliness might be a feature indicative of trustworthiness. That’s because, in addition to looking great and being chock-full of features, a WordPress theme that’s conducive to search optimization is one that was clearly built by a developer that understands your […] View original post at …

Developing WordPress Sites for the Censored Web

The invention and widespread use of the internet has changed millions of lives thanks to: Unlimited information availability at the click of a button Facilitating connections through social networking sites and email The ability to start businesses without a physical storefront (or the associated expenses), empowering people to offer products and services to almost anyone […] View original post at …

Is WordPress Secure?

The question of whether or not WordPress is secure is complicated. While it’s obviously a secure enough platform for roughly a quarter of all websites around the world that are powered by WordPress, it’s not without its flaws. So, who is responsible for keeping WordPress secure? Of course, some of that responsibility ultimately falls on […] View original post at …

Review: Is Google’s New Mobile Sites Certification Worth it?

Google provides a huge suite of products designed to support the digital activities of web developers, Google Analytics, Google Search Console, Google Tag Manager and Google Optimize just to name a few. But did you know that Google also offers certification programs for its major products? Until recently, Google offered certification programs for Google Analytics […] View original post at …

What the New Webmention and Annotation W3C Standards Mean for WordPress

Commenting on blog posts and other website articles is a divisive topic in web circles. WPMU DEV has as many articles about dispensing with comments altogether as it does with fostering conversation through WordPress! I am firmly in the blogs-as-conversation camp, so I was excited to learn about two new standards seeking to enhance conversation […] View original post at …