Month: August 2021

How to Change the Main Shared IP Address on cPanel®

cPanel & WHM’s main shared IP address is used by new shared hosting accounts created on a server. This allows web hosts to create new accounts easily and automates the otherwise complex and time-consuming domain and web server configuration process....

/ 18 August 2021

WordPress Vulnerability Report: August 2021, Part 3

Vulnerable plugins and themes are the #1 reason WordPress websites get hacked. The weekly WordPress Vulnerability Report powered by WPScan covers recent WordPress plugin, theme, and core vulnerabilities, and what to do if you run one of the vulnerable plugins or themes...

/ 18 August 2021
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What is an IP Address? 12 Things to Know

If you hope for a snail mail letter to arrive at the location you intend, you make sure to include the recipient’s exact address, including the house and street number, city, zip code, and country. This is how the USPS...

/ 17 August 2021
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Pursuing Success: 4 Knows to Face the Scary Places

Do you know the secrets to pursuing success? Have you dared to dream big and then been too afraid to take the steps to live your dream? Are you sitting on the edge and hoping your possibilities will just come...

/ 16 August 2021
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How to Find Your Value Proposition: 6 Tips for Writing a Killer One

Have you taken the time to find your value proposition? If someone were to ask you to sum up your company’s competitive advantage in 10 seconds, would you succeed? If not, you may need to work on your value proposition....

/ 13 August 2021
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reCAPTCHA for WordPress: A 3 Step Guide for WordPress Users

If you’ve been a WordPress site owner for any period of time, no doubt you already know the importance of WordPress security. WordPress reCAPTCHA is a key component to the security of your WordPress site. A security breach may result...

/ 12 August 2021
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WordPress Vulnerability Report: August 2021, Part 2

Vulnerable plugins and themes are the #1 reason WordPress websites get hacked. The weekly WordPress Vulnerability Report powered by WPScan covers recent WordPress plugin, theme, and core vulnerabilities, and what to do if you run one of the vulnerable plugins or themes...

/ 11 August 2021
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How to Wireframe Inside WordPress

When it comes to wireframing a new page design, you usually have to use a separate tool or application (or maybe even an old-school sketchbook!) if you want to accomplish the task. But what if you could wireframe with WordPress,...

/ 10 August 2021
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Thoughts Drive Actions: 3 Ways to Drive Positive Action

Thoughts drive actions, so you really are what you think. The question then becomes what are you thinking and where are you letting those thoughts drive you? Negative thoughts will drive you into a ditch or off a cliff, and...

/ 9 August 2021
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Widgets in WordPress 5.8 and Beyond

Copy and Design by @critterverse WordPress 5.8 brings the power of Gutenberg blocks to widget areas — which means the highly customizable layout and styling options bring you closer to a WYSIWYG editing experience. I made a test site based on...

/ 9 August 2021
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How to Find Your Unique Selling Points

Do you know your unique selling points – those things that make you stand out from all of the others trying to share, sell, or otherwise catch the attention of the audience? As any seasoned marketer knows, you can’t write...

/ 6 August 2021
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What are Contact Pages: 7 Best Practices

Contact pages can make or break any business, especially businesses that rely on digital leads as their primary revenue source. Unfortunately, documentation on the web is pretty sparse when you research what you should include (and perhaps also what you...

/ 5 August 2021