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  • WordPress Glossary,

WordPress Hosting

Since WordPress has become so ubiquitous. Choosing the right WordPress hosting for your website can be difficult. Pricing, accessibility, efficiency and reliability, website goals, and how quickly it scales are all critical factors to consider.  Making the correct choice requires thoroughly examining the features of hosting types. While contemplating the proper form of hosting for […]

  • WordPress Glossary,

Child Theme

A child theme is a WordPress theme that inherits styling and functionality from another theme installed on your WordPress site. Child themes are quite a secure way to make changes to a WordPress theme while not having to modify the parent theme’s files. Modifications made inside this child theme are maintained and applied to the […]

  • WordPress Glossary,

Custom Fields

Once you’ve gotten to know WordPress, you might like to try and push its limits. You would want to investigate its more advanced features, such as learning how to build custom fields. Custom fields help provide more information about a post/page. WordPress plugins and layouts commonly utilize this to store critical data, but you may […]

  • WordPress Glossary,

User Roles

WordPress provides a user role control system for your WordPress site. As your site grows, it’s critical to understand the user roles and permissions. A ‘user in WordPress has logged in to your website. The word ‘user role’ refers to the various levels of access that individuals have had on your website. Before we get […]

  • WordPress Glossary,

Ajax

AJAX is an acronym that stands for Asynchronous JavaScript and XML. It can be understood by implying that it is a set or collection of web development techniques and languages that allows browsers to be updated without reloading the whole page. AJAX is a scripting and technology mix.   The letter “A” in AJAX stands for […]

  • WordPress Glossary,

Functions.PHP

WordPress is written on PHP, a widely-used programming language, particularly in web development. It allows for the user’s programming interfaces, data retrieval, and HTML output. Such code is very flexible and can be readily altered by developers with little experience, enabling the user to modify the site to make it seem the way the firm […]

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DDoS Attack

DDoS attacks use networks of machines linked to the Internet. These networks are made up of malware-infected PCs and other gadgets (such as IoT devices), which may be manipulated online by an attacker. Individual devices are known as bots (or zombies), while a botnet is a collection of bots. The attacker can direct an attack […]

  • WordPress Glossary,

Pingback

Consider tagging or mentioning someone on Instagram or Facebook. Pingback is a notification you receive when your post is tagged or cited. WordPress defines a pingback as a particular form of response that appears when you hyperlink to another blog post, as far as the other blog allows it. I realize it’s still a mess. […]

  • WordPress Glossary,

WP-Config.php

A WordPress installation is incomplete without the wp-config.php file. The file contained database configuration items created during the WordPress installation process. In a nutshell, it enables WordPress to connect to the database. However, a web admin must understand how to maintain it to ensure the site’s security properly. For example, your WordPress site wouldn’t be […]

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