Security

These days, WordPress security, or website security in general, should be taken care of. With https being a ranking factor, and brute force attacks on websites happening on an hourly basis, it makes all the sense in the world to secure your website. Here are some articles we’ve created on the subject.


Beginners level

WordPress security in a few easy steps »

Simple steps you can take to improve your site's security. This WordPress security guide we wrote in collaboration with Sucuri has it all!

Expert level

Moving your website to HTTPS / SSL: tips and tricks »

Moving your website to https and SSL? Learn from our experiences with this process and read our tricks and tips!


Must read articles about Security

  • Regular security audits: taking our responsibility »

    We're happy to announce our partnership with Sucuri! We're looking forward to making the web safer together! Read more here.

  • 5 things to do after a hack »

    If your website is hacked, clean it up as soon as possible. Here are 5 things to do after a hack. Strengthen your website!

  • What is HTTPS? »

    It's important to secure your site with an HTTPS connection, but what is HTTPS exactly? Find out what it is and how it can influence SEO.

  • User roles in WordPress »

    Not all user roles in WordPress are created equal. Read this article to learn about the capabilities of each of the WordPress user roles.


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