I was searching for “Best Plugin for WordPress Security“, and I came across this infographic over at Regina Smolna’s site, wpSecurityLock.
The Infographic comes from a site called, wpTemplate.com, and includes the following information…
- Number of WordPress blogs that have been hacked in the past 4 years
- Best ways to harden your WordPress site security
- Ways that WordPress blogs get hacked
- 27 Common forms of vulnerabilities
- 9 Signs that show your site has been hacked
- Most common ways for a website to get hacked
- WordPress Security statistics
- What Makes WordPress so vulnerable
- Breakdown of 400 WordPress Security issues
(Be forewarned: If you click on the picture below, it will redirect you off my site to wptemplate.com. Each of their pages seemed very bulky and took a long time to finish loading.)
Don’t bother searching their site search, or their FAQ.
Here’s how you (as Admin) can impersonate (or Alias) another user in TeamWorkPM.net project management online software. The purpose of impersonation is so you can make sure you set all their permissions correctly. This is especially valuable if you want to give your client limited access. By impersonating their account, you can be sure you haven’t given them access to something private or confidential for your team.
Here are the simple instructions -
1. Login to your account as admin.
2. In the top left navigation menu, click on “People”.
3. Select a user and click on the “Account” icon to the left of the user’s name.
4. Click on the Impersonate link in the left-hand sidebar.
Jerry Leventer has started another business venture called eTiger™ Digital. Harrison Rose and Jerry Leventer are building partnerships with Silicon Valley startups.
eTiger is a full-service, one-stop, professional consulting company. They specialize in design and development for mobile apps, mobile-enabled websites, and supporting software. They are experts in developing and implementing digital marketing and eCommerce solutions for startups and other small and medium size businesses in Silicon Valley, across the U.S., and around the world.
At eTiger, they will provide you with professional, high quality, Web design and development services to support and to grow your business. They will work wth your current system and help to improve it, or they will design a next-generation system to fit your unique needs. They use cutting edge technology, classic strategies, and proven methodologies to integrate and implement your custom requirements.
Visit eTiger at http://www.eTiger.co/about/
Froogle was renamed Google Products, then Google Base, then Google Merchants, then Google Product Search, and now it is called Google Shopping.
Why did Froogle Fail
As I ponder a domain name for my web development company, I suggested a name to a friend that has the word digital in it. He said he thinks it’s too broad a term and that we should focus on the words web development. So I began looking for articles that can tell me how familiar consumers are with the word “digital.”
For the most part, I was disappointed in my search. Nonetheless, here are some articles that do shed some light on the subject. [Read more →]
After copying my virtual machine files to a backup and then I try to boot from it, that virtual machine can take more than 1-1/2 minutes to get past the Windows Welcome screen.
Generally, re-installing VMware Tools will fix this problem. However, when I attempted this for the first time, I was not able to get the installation to work. [Read more →]
If you notice that your browser redirects to a page you did not intend, or your system seems to be running slow, you may be a victim of a Virus or Malware.
I found some good information on another site that tells you how to deal with such problems. [Read more →]
PageRank is a trademarked term used by Google to mean whatever they want it to mean. It does NOT mean, “How well your page ranks in Google’s search engine.”
Google’s definition as I understand it is as follows: The likelihood that a particular page will be found by following links from other websites. It has nothing to do with keywords search or how your page ranks for any keywords. [Read more →]