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What to Do If Your WordPress Site Gets Hacked

Did you know that over 100,000 websites get hacked daily? If your WordPress site got hacked, it might be difficult to recover. This is especially true when you have little technical expertise. But, don’t let fear…

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The Importance of Reviewing Plugins and Themes

Plugin and theme reviews are about more than complaining about features or singing praises to a company. It’s about helping other WordPress professionals finding the best possible solutions available on the platform. Why should you be the…

Jetpack by WordPress.com
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What’s New with Jetpack?

Pressable offers tons of great features on top of our powerful hosting platform, like free migrations, backups, and personalized onboarding. But perhaps the best feature we offer (and this isn’t subjective) is Jetpack Security Daily…for free. That’s…

Developer setting up Blogvault on a WordPress website.
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Update Your Site with Help from BlogVault

One of the best things about WordPress is its open-source nature. That means that anytime, anyone can get onto a computer and make something to help their fellow users. It also means that anytime, they…

A hack in the code
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Hacking – How Pressable Handles It

It’s a word no one likes to hear. It sends chills down the spines of developers, and sends site users and owners alike into a frenzy. What are we talking about? Hacks. They come in…

Disallowed plugins on Pressable.
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Disallowed Plugins on Pressable

Not all plugins are created equal. There’s a reason we don’t want you to go wild and add just any of the over 27,000 WordPress plugins out there. Sometimes, it’s because these plugins are redundant—Pressable…

Using two factor authentication to keep WordPress site secure.
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WordPress Two Factor Authentication (2FA)

There are many vectors of attack that can compromise your WordPress site, and the list is growing as hackers are improving their methods. But oddly enough, brute force attacks remain one of the largest and…

sni Server Name Indication
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Using Server Name Indication (SNI) for Better SSL Encryption

Ask any WordPress developer about SSL certificates and encryption and you are likely to get a lot of groans and eye-rolling. Encrypting even basic WordPress websites is becoming a requirement due to market movers like…

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13 Tips for WordPress Website Management

Your website is an indispensable part of your brand. It’s often one of the first points of contact that you have with potential customers, so it should be accessible, informative, and up-to-date. But sometimes, it’s…

A man coding a website.
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7 Most Common WordPress Developer Mistakes

One of the best things about WordPress is that it’s open source. Anyone with a computer and an Internet connection can get online and begin using it. Heck, with enough coding knowledge and drive, they…

Jetpack, a WordPress plugin.
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What is Jetpack? Demystifying Jetpack and its Features

Jetpack is one of the most popular plugins for WordPress. Most of the features the Jetpack plugin offers are free and easy to install, but the plugin gets a lot of criticism for being “too…

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Using VaultPress with Your WordPress Website

A common question Pressable Support receives from our clients is “What is the best way to backup my site?” Pressable already includes automated backups for everyone who hosts on our platform, so you don’t need…

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