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The Official WordPress Guide

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Hi, I'm Brendan Ryan. Welcome here. I build, maintain and troubleshoot WordPress based websites for myself and my customers. I regularly help out by psting splutions in beginners forums on Facebook and the like. I hope the posts here demystify some of the process that make a website. I am happy to help if you require assistance. Small things I am happy to guide you. For larger things my rates are reasonable and my service is prompt. Contact me in the form below if you need more information or help. Enjoy your visit. Get me on Facebook Messenger:- m.me/https.brendan.ryan

4 Comments

  1. Hatch sandwich Bar
    August 4, 2019

    Hi there! Do you know if they make any plugins to safeguard
    against hackers? I’m kinda paranoid about losing everything I’ve
    worked hard on. Any recommendations?

    Reply
    1. BRENDAN RYAN
      August 7, 2019

      Hi, if you are using WordPress.org self hosted site there are multiple plugins to enhance your security. I will cover some of these in future tutorials. In the meantime ensure you have a means of taking regular site Backups. If something happens you always have a copy of the site to re-install. Try something like “Updraft”. Make sure you have an unguessable admin account name, and password not based on any logical progression. Dont use admin, login, domain name, or email address for your login. They are the most common targets for hackers. any content you copy or share to your site should be first cleaned of any invisible code in a plain text editor before adding to your site. That includes comments in your blog. Finally security plugins like “Securi” and “WordFence” help protect you.
      Hope this helps,

      Reply
  2. alyssa
    June 13, 2019

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    Reply
    1. BRENDAN RYAN
      June 14, 2019

      Thanks for the post, bring as many friends as you like, always welcome

      Reply

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