Ensure Security with Forced SSL for WordPress Admin Logins

Requiring WordPress admins to log in through SSL (Secure Sockets Layer) helps prevent hackers from stealing passwords. But what exactly is SSL, and how do you force it for logins? Until 1995, data was sent across the internet in plain text. If someone ordered a product with their credit card, the account number and all…

Protect Your WordPress Website From Brute Force Attacks

In the classic movie WarGames, the main character programs his computer to guess the passwords of other computers randomly through his modem. This rather crude method of guessing passwords is called a brute force attack and is not uncommon for today’s WordPress sites. While an inelegant and old-fashioned way to attempt to breach other computers,…

Protect Your WordPress Site with Two-Factor Authentication (2FA)

Today, protecting an entire website with a single password is becoming a thing of the past. As passwords can be bought, stolen, and guessed by hackers, companies no longer want to leave themselves vulnerable to attack based on one set of alphanumeric characters. That’s where two-factor authentication, or 2FA, comes into play. “Two-factor” implies there…

Revolutionizing Responsive Design with CSS Container Queries

Container queries are a new CSS feature making big waves. They let websites shift away from designs based on page size to a container-based approach, part of a larger evolution in the design ecosystem. Containers allow you to add styles to elements, like font sizes, colors, and layout widths, based on the parent container. This…