Entries by Vinay Bansal

Gutenberg and the buzzword around it…

WordPress’s growth is impressive (28.5% and counting) but it’s not limitless — at least not in its current state. We have challenges (user frustrations with publishing and customizing, competition from site builders like Squarespace and Wix) and opportunities (the 157 million small businesses without sites, aka the next big market we should be serving). It’s […]

Stay secure with your WordPress Setup

We know from experience that having your website hacked is not fun. That’s why keeping your WordPress setups secure on regular basis has become essentially important. Your website should be carefully optimized to be as secure as possible. There are, however, still a handful of potential security risks, but taking few security measures can make […]

Restricting User Privileges on WordPress Databases

If you are running multiple WordPress setups on the same web server, it is wise to keep them in separate databases each managed by a different database user. It is recommended to accomplish this when setting up the initial Wordpress installation. This is a restraint strategy: if hackers successfully crack one WordPress installation, this makes it […]

Top 10 steps to Secure Your WordPress Website

On average, 30,000 new websites are hacked each day. WordPress sites can be an easy target for attacks because of plugin vulnerabilities, weak passwords and outdated version of the software. Most WordPress admins don’t even know they’re vulnerable, but with alertness and security measures, an expert can help you fix common holes, stop automated attacks […]

Sitemap on your WordPress Blog

Search engine optimization is really important for any blog or website because a good optimized blog will get loads of organic traffic from search engines and it can count up to 60-70% of your total traffic. Having Site map for a blog is one of the important part of Search Engine optimization as Site Maps […]

Reasons to choose WordPress for your website

It is Free Its open source and thus the platform itself is free to use and develop on – starting on WordPress is like less than half the cost of custom developing from scratch or using any other robust CMS. Additional Functionality via plugins WordPress community is vast and growing every passing day. Community contribute […]

Best plugins to fight comment spam for WordPress!

Spam in Blogs We don’t need to explain anything about Spam over here. Blog spam is nothing new and there have been already many articles written about it. Spam in blogs (also called simply blog spam or comment spam) is a form of spamdexing. It is done by automatically posting random comments or promoting commercial […]

Customizing Permalink in WordPress!

When it comes to blogging, we depend on lot of ways generating the traffic and one of the most popular and effective way is to ensure that we get good enough traffic from search engines. Search engines give preferences to web pages depending on lot of things and one of them is URL of the […]

WordPress vs. Drupal (an evaluation)

With the advent of CMS like WordPress and Drupal, webmasters can now manage websites with little or no web development expertise. These two content management systems are among the best in the industry, but which one is the favorite? In terms of popularity, WordPress seems to be the best choice above all competitors. Originally designed […]

WordPress as a CMS

In the past, building websites required very advanced skills in web technology and different programming languages. Webmasters were supposed to be well-versed in HTML, PHP, CSS, and many other programs, in order to create even a simple website. Website owners would have to pay a heavy fee to set up their website to the web […]

What is WordPress CMS & its features?

WordPress is a content management system or CMS. You can manage, store and retrieve data through a computer based manual which is designed to be used for blog publishing application. The system works through a collaborative approach which uses the hypertext Preprocessor scripting language or PHP as well as multi-user data management system, the MySQL. […]