Securing Your WordPress Site

Posted by on Nov 2, 2017 in WordPress, WordPress Security

Securing Your WordPress Site

WHO WANTS TO HACK YOUR WORDPRESS WEBSITE? So you’re thinking, “Why would anyone want to hack my website?”.   Here’s just a few reasons: 1 – Fun & Fame:  Many amatuer hackers, including teens as young as 12 years old, just want the local notoriety.  Some have “clubs” where they try to one-up each other on local business websites they can hack. 2 – SEO:  A competitor, or hacker hired by your competitor can use your site to enhance...

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IPV6: The New Y2K Bug, Will Bite YOU!

Posted by on Jul 20, 2017 in WordPress

IPV6: The New Y2K Bug, Will Bite YOU!

The Call: I get calls for help, from other web developers from time to time, thanks to my backend server and database experience.  But this caller was different.   He said he thought he might need a voodoo doctor or psychiatrist, but he was giving me “first shot” at the problem. While I pondered whether I would prefer being thought of as a voodoo doctor or a shrink, the caller explained that the “problem” was that his client was about to fire him...

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Move 1 Site in Multisite

Posted by on Jun 19, 2017 in WordPress

Change a Site Folder Name in Multisite Have you ever setup a WordPress Multisite, then discovered one of the site names (i.e.: folder name) was wrong?  No?  Oh.  Well, I did.  But the good news is that I fixed it! Hey, it could happen.  Maybe you get a better idea about how those site folders should be named, but the entire multisite is already setup. All you have to do is wave a magic wand (and run the script below). Let me explain a few things you need to edit in the...

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