In this guide, we will show you various ways to prevent certain brute force attacks on a WordPress site by blocking offending IP addresses. According to Wordfence report that a number of WordPress attacks have consistently been increasing from different IPs with an average of 4,000 attacks per day as of October 2017. The popularity of WordPress is one of the reasons it’s been on the top list of attacks to CMS (Content Management Systems).
If you are reading this post, no doubt you have run into an issue uploading files to your WordPress site, and are looking for a quick fix. Today we will show you how to increase the WordPress upload limit with easy. (more…)
This tutorial will show you how to setup and install WordPress on your CentOS 7 VPS in less than 2 minutes. While WordPress is already easy to setup and install, we’re going to make this process even easier. We’ve put together a script containing some commands which will help you set up and install WordPress on your CentOS 7 machine in no time. Installing WordPress on a CentOS 7 VPS is really an easy task and it can be done in less than 2 minutes.
In this tutorial, we will show you how to manually backup your WordPress site on your VPS. It is highly recommended that you make regular backups of your WordPress site so you can easily restore it if something unexpected happens, for example, if your site breaks because of a faulty plugin, it gets infected with malicious files, you accidentally delete the contents of our database and so on. In order to fully make a backup of your WordPress site, we will need to make a backup of your WordPress files and your WordPress database.
In this guide, we will walk you through the basic installation process of WordPress on a Debian 9 VPS with Nginx, MariaDB and PHP 7.1. WordPress is the most popular CMS in the world with unlimited customization options. This should work on other Linux VPS systems as well but was tested and written for Debian 9.
Are you one of those website owners that are dealing with the 403 Forbidden error on your WordPress site? This error is one of the most dreadful ones that a WordPress beginner can come across. Everyone who spends some time online has come across an HTTP status error. Few of them can be frustrating, like getting a 403 Forbidden error on your own WordPress website. This error code is shown when your server permissions are not allowing access to a specific page.
Your site speed and the page load time is one of the most important components when the Google ranking algorithm is in place, and this can affect your search engine ranking. If you do a test with Google PageSpeed (or any other speed testing tool) and if you get a result that you need to use browser caching, we’ll show you how to do that in WordPress.
In this tutorial, we are going to provide you with step-by-step instructions on how to install WordPress with Nginx and W3 Total Cache on an Ubuntu 16.04 VPS.
WordPress is the most popular open source CMS written in PHP that allows web developers to create everything from simple websites to complex e-commerce web stores, news portals, magazines etc.
This tutorial was tested and written for an Ubuntu VPS, but it should work on any Debian based Linux distribution.