This is a simple plugin that protects access to your WordPress website’s login page by intercepting the page request and requiring that a PIN number, up to 8 digits, be present in the URL. Without the proper PIN, no login form is displayed, just a simple message. This plugin will make it harder for hackers […]
YES! There are a number of benefits to sharing the WordPress content folder; Both websites will have access to the same themes and plugins. This means that both sites could use a single theme, allowing an easily manageable identical look for two domain names. Media files are saved to the same location, but appear separate […]
EE Contact Form is a simple yet solid email contact form system. This is not a custom form maker. There is a limited set of text input fields, which you may choose to show, require and change the default label. There is also an option for including a file with the message, spam and word […]
Here’s a quick tip for how to test something on one of your WordPress pages without others seeing it until you’re ready. In your template file, place this PHP where you want to do you code testing.
In my last post, I discussed whether a Content Management System was right for you. This time were going to go over a few different types of systems. There are many on the market, ranging from enterprise level systems costing tens of thousands of dollars to open source systems with no purchase cost at all. […]