What is an SSL certificate? SSL stands for ‘Secure Socket Layer’ and is a widget that encrypts data sent between your website and the visitor’s browser, whether that’s on a computer, tablet or phone. The ‘certificate’ is the bit of data that tells the browser that your SSL is a valid one. How do … Read more about What is an SSL certificate and why do you need one?
"Upload folder is not writable. Export and file upload features will not be functional." This is a WordPress error I received recently when migrating a site from a development domain to the live domain. … Read more about Upload folder is not writable. Export and file upload features will not be functional.
The topic of SEO hacks came up in a conversation with one of my new customers a couple of months ago - they already had a website but were unhappy with their current provider so asked me to take on their hosting and support. I was more than happy to do this, but, as is my standard procedure, I … Read more about Is an SEO hack a serious hack?
Whether you are setting up your Wordpress site yourself or someone else is doing it for you, it's quite common to tick the box in Settings > Writing that says 'Discourage search engines from indexing this site'. … Read more about WordPress tip: the ‘discourage search engines’ tick box