How to Secure a WordPress Website

WordPress security is often referred to as “hardening.” Makes sense. After all, the process is like adding reinforcements to your castle. It’s all about bolstering the gates and putting lookouts on every tower. But that term doesn’t always allow you to realize the...

14 Tips for Making WordPress Admin Client Proof

Being a developer means creating sites for many different clients, including ones who don’t know WordPress and are very likely to break their website the moment you hand it over. Now, this could translate into something as mundane as a poorly formatted blog post. Or,...

Let Users Login to WordPress Using an Email Address

It’s not unusual for users to forget the username they chose when signing up for a WordPress site. Or, when registering for a site, a user might discover the username they want is already taken. Fortunately, you can give users the option to login to your site with...