The Difference Between cPanel and WordPress Backups

You should have heard that it’s a very good idea to keep a backup of your website in case something goes wrong with it, it’s worth it to make it part of your weekly routine. To spend a few seconds clicking that backup button instead of a few years trying to get back to where ... ...

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Why You Should Backup Your WordPress Blog

There are many reasons to backup your WordPress blog and make sure you always have a copy of it in case something goes wrong. Your database might crash, you might accidentally delete some of your posts or files, and you might even need to roll back to an earlier version of your WordPress blog. It’s ... ...

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How to Justify the Cost and Time of a WordPress Backup Plugin

I know that I heard about backups and backup plugins for many years before actually using them and I regretted waiting as long as I did, because in the meantime I lost websites and I lost files. If I had simply run a backup every week I would not have had to worry about lost ... ...

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How Hackers Usually Get Into WordPress (and How to Avoid Their Attacks)

If you’re worried about people getting into your WordPress blog, I want to let you know the ways they normally do it so you can easily safeguard against these attacks. Fortunately computer hacking is nothing like you see in the movies. They don’t plug in a fancy computer and run a bunch of numbers, usually ... ...

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How To Make WordPress Safe Without Any Plugins

I don’t know about you, but when I was first securing my WordPress blog, and I was researching to see what others were doing to keep their blog safe, I found so much information that I was completely confused. And some of the information was in fact over the top or supersticious. People told me ... ...

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