If you want, another day we’ll take a look at the many plugins available to customize the WordPress login screen, but today we’re going to change the WordPress login screen to your liking, using only a few codes.
WordFence is one of the most overrated WordPress security plugins and not only that, but when you end up removing it, it’s a pain to see the amount of junk it leaves behind.
In the novice hacker’s manual one of the first exercises is to brute force your way into a WordPress site from the login screen but this has easy solution.
It turns out that the Jetpack plugin updated itself to version 9.8 without asking permission, without intervention or information to the site administrator, and even if automatic plugin updates were disabled. But why? And how?
Did you know that you can automate the creation of accounts for your customers? Yes, you can do it with WooCommerce without the need for plugins or code.
Many online store owners put a lot of effort into making their websites as good as possible so that their visitors have a good experience. But some forget to optimize the checkout page so that it has only what it needs.
Sometimes, when updating your WordPress, some plugins may stop working. We have a solution, but you should not rely on doing this often.