October 7, 2022

How To Manually Migrate WordPress Site To A New Host

Let’s examine the procedures you may follow to manually migrate your WordPress website. We’ll go over everything you need to do to manually move a WordPress site to a new host in the sections below. Step 1: Select A New Host For Your WordPress Website Naturally, registering a new domain […]
September 23, 2022

The Best WordPress Security Plugins for 2022

WordPress is a popular content management and web hosting platform for creating blogs and other websites. Almost 43% of websites use WordPress as CMS. Consequently, there is a good possibility that you have visited or are currently using a WordPress website. WordPress is constantly targeted by criminals and hackers who […]
September 13, 2022

How to Fix Briefly Unavailable for Scheduled Maintenance Error in WordPress

Do you encounter the WordPress problem “Briefly unavailable for scheduled maintenance”? This issue typically occurs when you try to update the core, plugins, or themes of WordPress but it could not finish due to any reason and leaves your site stuck in maintenance mode. Let’s see how to fix “Briefly […]
September 10, 2022

Signs of a hacked WordPress site

How do you know that your WordPress site has been hacked? One or more of these signs could exist: Unable to login Your site has changed Your site is redirecting Browser warnings Search Engine Warning Unable to login To prevent you from logging into your website, hackers will occasionally delete […]
September 9, 2022

What is managed WordPress hosting?

The idea of managed WordPress hosting is relatively new. While it functions like a standard hosting service, the provider handles all technical aspects of operating WordPress in this case. It is equivalent to receiving expert premium assistance, high security, speed, updates, backups, and, crucially, 99.9% uptime. Everything that you might […]
September 8, 2022

10 Reasons your WordPress website may get hacked

WordPress blogs getting hacked is a topic we read about frequently. Well, such hacks happened across the internet, not just in WordPress. WordPress has a significant user base (65% of all internet users); hence these instances are commonly reported. Let’s examine the causes of these occurrences. 1. An Insecure Web […]
September 7, 2022

Why are Backups so Important for WordPress Security?

What steps do you take to ensure the ongoing security and functionality of your WordPress-powered website? You constantly update the WordPress core and only use reputable plugins and themes. That’s good, but is it enough? Despite the security measures you may have taken to protect your website, the data could […]
July 22, 2021

Best Git Tutorials – 2021

Version control is essential for any file-based project whether you’re a developer, open source contributor, project manager, quality controller or even student. Git is the most popular open-source version control system (distributed free) that allows contributors to track their code changes, manage multiple version of code, roll back if required […]
March 13, 2017

What You Should Know About Shared Web Hosting

You may have seen the term “shared hosting” while evaluating different hosting solutions, specially if you are looking for budget hosting solutions. Shared Hosting is the most popular and least expensive option. Before jumping to conclusion, lets evaluate it. What is Shared Hosting? In order for your website to appear […]
June 13, 2016

Creating an Admin Area with Laravel 5

It is a very essential feature and Laravel auth has no built-in solution. This tutorial assumes prior knowledge of Laravel 5. Adding a new Column to Users Table In order for this authentication to work, we are going to need to have a column that lets us distinguish between either […]
May 15, 2016

Role Based Authentication in Laravel with JWT

JWT is the best option at this time to create authentication for stateless applications, mostly Web API. It has a lot of advantages including flexibility, enables scaling of HTTP applications, self contained and available in all standard programming languages. In Laravel, we are going to use Tymon’s jwt-auth as demonstrated […]