4 Ways to Enable WordPress Maintenance Mode


When implementing big changes to your site’s design and content, or fixing a security issue, it’s necessary to take your site down. To prevent users from seeing a broken website, you should cover it with a maintenance mode page telling visitors why the site is offline and when you expect it to be live again….

Which Pages Should I Noindex or Nofollow?


Many marketers and website owners put a lot of effort into getting their pages ranked well on Google search results. To do that, these pages must be indexed and available on the search engines. However, there are some pages that you need to noindex as they help nothing or simply exist to meet the regulation…

How to Create Passwordless Login for WordPress


Along with hosting companies and backups, passwords also play a vital role in every WordPress site’s security. Many people claim that enforcing users to create a strong and hard-to-guess password helps protect their sites from brute force attacks of bot or hackers. However, it’s not easy for users to set good passwords and keep track…

2 Ways to Protect Partial WordPress Content

Running 34% of the entire internet, WordPress is considered as the biggest Content Management System in the world. You own a WordPress site, then your site is a sitting target of spammers and hackers. That’s why the term “content protection” becomes more and more common. There are a number of solutions that can handle the…