Since WordPress 5.3 there is a new WordPress error notification system. If you see it you will probably get scared and don’t know what to do. So we give you the steps to follow if this ever happens to you.
When it comes to website security, there are many things you can do to strengthen the security of WordPress, like adding HTTP security headers to your WordPress website.
One of the elements that few people are aware of is its implications on the performance and privacy of a website is Gravatars. So let’s learn what does it do and how to fix the problems that it might create.
Loading fonts from Google Fonts can be a problem according to the privacy legislation in some countries of the European Union so sometimes it is convenient to deactivate them. Today we learn how to do it.
One of the questions I get most is whether you can still use plugins that indicate that they have not been tested with the latest versions of WordPress. And today we give answers to all of you.
I discovered that the JetPack plugin has recently included a module, active by default and without warning, that tracks your WooCommerce installation. And we are going to learn how to disable that module.