Learn how to put Information Security (InfoSec) principles into practice on your WordPress website.
We share 6 quick ways to speed up WordPress, and tell why you should care about your website’s speed.
How to secure your WordPress login and admin area with SSL, two-factor authentication, brute force protection, and strong passwords.
We show you two quick and easy methods to add Google Analytics to your WordPress website with and without a plugin.
Do you ever wonder “What WordPress theme is that?” Here are several ways to figure out which WordPress theme a website uses.
The general idea behind SEO (search engine optimization) is simple: Google wants your website to give searchers what they want. This checklist will help you set up your website for better SEO.
Why does your IT company have a website? Ultimately, it’s to help you sell products and services. It’s an important part of your marketing machine. So, you want it to be as effective as possible, right? Let’s look at nine elements of a winning IT company website.
Should your website address start with “www”? When clients are creating a new website, they often ask me if the site should include “www” in the address. I always say no, unless your IT department has a technical reason to. For most businesses, there’s no reason to bother with the “www.” Let’s take a closer look at why not, and the rare cases in which you probably should use “www.”
What can happen if you don’t maintain WordPress? What are useful plugins, tools, processes, services? What’s a good maintenance schedule? Get answers now.
WordPress maintenance improves your business—and the Web. Read how OptimWise makes that happen with our WordPress Maintenance Plans.