I use All In One WP Security to secure my WordPress instance. It’s open source and offers a lot of customization. Though I have entertained the thought of running a static website using WP2Static, I very much dig the existence of comments and searching. Though there have been attempts to merge the aforementioned setup while…
Having bought my first mechanical keyboard, it felt apt that I get into the unboxing game but when I noticed that the chaotic packaging containing just the keyboard, an unboxing video would have just been me opening the box.
I have been critical of Wordpress for as long as I can remember for being a bloated bucket of glue. Having heard nightmarish experiences through a friend’s internship stories, it had left a bad taste in my mouth.
If you have an account with X, you can use that to sign up with Y and Z. Having to remember credentials for one account is easier than three.
When a person signs up for an account, there’s a little checkbox that has be ticked or an agreement to be read in order to complete making the account. Too often it’s ignored. What are the consequences?