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April 13, 2021

How to Set Password Expiration in WordPress

As of now, a membership site and passwords are two outstanding solutions widely used to protect WordPress content. Both methods allow you to secure your WordPress content. However, each operates in a different way and comes with a set of benefits. A membership site protects your content against non-logged in users. In the meantime, password…

April 9, 2021

How to Edit HTML in WordPress Theme Source Code

In our previous article, we showed you two feature-rich tools that excel in editing  WordPress HTML for individual pages and posts. Now, let’s jump to the next section of editing HTML, which involves the WordPress source code. Since interfering with the source code might put your site at risk, please only opt for this method…

April 5, 2021

How to Edit HTML in WordPress Pages and Posts

As a WordPress site owner, you are obviously no stranger to editing page and post tasks. With WordPress 5.0 and earlier, it’s easy to edit your content using Classic Editor. The Text tab provides you with advanced options to customize your content, including but not limited to title, heading, tag. Since WordPress 5.0, a new…

April 1, 2021

How to Reset WordPress Admin Passwords

Resetting a new password is a cakewalk as long as you intend to do it passively. In fact, it only takes you a second to visit the admin dashboard then get a new password generated. However, what if you accidentally forget your admin password, or your registered email, or even both at the same time?…

March 28, 2021

What is WordPress Activity Log and How to Make Use of It

What is happening within your WordPress site is beyond what you can imagine. While managing a small WordPress site is just a breeze, tracking down activities on larger-scaled sites with dozens of users can be a tricky task. The question is how can you keep your site security tightened despite all these chaotic activities? In…

March 20, 2021

How to Display Custom Error Messages in WordPress

Thus far, using password forms is considered the best practice to protect your WordPress site, including but not limited to admin dashboard and content, and more. With this security method, only users who enter correct passwords will be granted access to your private area. Not coincidentally, when an incorrect username or password is keyed in,…