Have you ever stopped to think how many times we complain about Amazon, about their power and presence in e-commerce, and have you ever stopped to think why you do nothing to imitate all the good things they do?
The security of your WordPress depends on the systems you implement to protect it. With the increase in automatic password cracking, your users’ confidential information and access to your site are more at risk than ever.
Today, many companies are facing the challenge of digitalization, moving their physical commerce to the online world and knowing your tools is really important.
Multimedia content enriches the publications on your website, especially because it is proven that it is the format preferred by most users. So let’s learn a bit more about where to host it and why.
Any website, whether created with WordPress or not, needs to be secure for many reasons, such as complying with privacy legislation, ensuring transactions on your site and the security and integrity of your users’ data.
If you are a bit up to date with computer security news you may already know that a few days ago a serious vulnerability was detected in the log library known as Log4j.
When you think you’re done customizing your website to the max, even if you use Divi, you’re still going to be missing something that almost no one thinks about: the 404 error page.
By default, WooCommerce allows customers to cancel their orders themselves only if they are pending, but does not allow it if the order is in any other status: processing, completed, on hold, etc.
If you suspect that your WordPress website has been infected or hacked in some way what you want is what to do, so let’s get down to business and see step by step what we do if we believe or are sure that our WordPress website has been infected or hacked.