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How to Get Rid of the ‘Not Secure’ Message in Google Chrome on Your Website

Recently, the Google Chrome browser has started notifying users of the browser when they land on a site as to whether that site is secure or not. That message shows up in the top left of the browser address bar. If you want your website to show Google Chrome users that your site is secure, …

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Why Your WordPress Website Needs Extra Security

I love WordPress! It’s a fantastic way to build a website without knowing how to write code. It truly makes web development easier. But, what a lot of WordPress website owners don’t realize is how easy it is for someone to break into their website. WordPress is Open Source software, which is a great thing. …

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Importing Large Databases Through phpMyAdmin

While moving WordPress sites from one domain to another for my clients, I often run into file size limitations on phpMyAdmin. Depending on the hosting account I’m moving to, I can sometimes change that limitation with the php.ini file or import from the command line. But, sometimes, I don’t have access to those methods and …

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Debugging WordPress: When Deleting Plugins Doesn't Help – s2Member, WP User Avatar, and WP Curtain Incompatibilities

Well, that’s 8 hours of my life I can’t get back. But, I learned a lot! My WordPress website using the s2Member plugin was supposed to redirect my subscribers to the Welcome Page that I had set up AND it was supposed to hide the wp-admin screens from them. But, every time I logged in, …

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Has Your WordPress Website Been Hacked?

Five of my WordPress clients site’s were hacked last weekend. Their sites had to be taken down until I could fix the security breach. Most of these clients were not being negligent and ignoring their core, theme and plugin updates, they were checking frequently in the WordPress dashboard and making the updates. The problem was …

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Wix, Weebly or WordPress – What's the Best Way to Build Your First Website?

I was asked by two people yesterday this question: “What’s the best way to build my website?” One had started on Wix and was running into limitations and was thinking about WordPress.com. The other was on Weebly and having some complications. It’s a very good question. I’ll give you MY opinion. Wix.com, Weebly.com, and WordPress.com …

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