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How to Hide or Remove WordPress Version Number

By default, WordPress automatically adds a meta tag which displays the WordPress version number. This meta tag is used for tracking purpose and it also shows which WordPress version you are using. Using this method, any advance user can figure out how many sites are powered by WordPress and which WordPress version you are running.  […]

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7 Best WordPress Backup Plugins of 2018

Every website needs a reliable backup plan in order to keep it from getting obliterated, off the face of the web in case of a catastrophic failure such as hacked WordPress. For WordPress websites, backup solutions are easily available as plugins and help safeguard your website’s files from malware, hacks, user errors, server crashes and […]

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12 Best WordPress Security Plugins to Secure Your Website

WordPress is the most popular Content Management System (CMS) and now it powers over 30% of websites in the world. While it is growing rapidly, hackers mostly target WordPress websites. As a site owner, you don’t want hackers to ruin your website. No websites are 100% safe, but you can always tighten up your site […]

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How to Automatically Log Out Idle Users in WordPress

If you are running a multi-author WordPress site, you should set WordPress to automatically log out idle users. Idle or inactive users can cause brute force attacks. When a user stays inactive for too long after logging in, hackers may run a session or cookie hijacking method to gain unauthorized access to your site. This is […]

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