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Reset your WordPress Website Lost Password From cPanel in 4 Simple Steps
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Reset your WordPress Website Lost Password From cPanel in 4 Simple Steps

Are you stuck outside of your WordPress website admin panel & cannot use "Forgot Your Password" feature for any reason? If yes, this small step-by-step article will help you recover your WordPress websites' login credential from the database in Cpanel (web hosting control panel software). How to Recover WordPress Password from cPanel? Step 1: Login to your cPanel (yourwebsite.com/cpanel) You can type /cpanel after your website URL (www.example.com/cpanel) & you'll be redirected to the cPanel (credentials are provided by your hosting provider, try checking your email with the search term "cpanel" if you don't remember your credentials). Step 2: Locate the database section & go to "phpMyAdmin" phpMyAdmin is a popular tool for database management &a...
Create & Sell Online Courses: Free Yet Best LMS Plugins For WordPress
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Create & Sell Online Courses: Free Yet Best LMS Plugins For WordPress

If you're planning to create, host & sell online courses or related education material on your WordPress website, this article has got you covered. To enable this, there are a bunch of LMS plugins available for WordPress, some are paid & some are free - depending on the features & requirements. All the plugins mentioned in this article do have a free version as well as paid. A free plugin can suffice your needs if you're a small business or an individual creator. This article is based on Public reviews of the product as well as my personal experience as I've installed each plugin & tested it out. Rest assured & keep reading, the content is not biased & note that the plugin listing order is not based on rankings/score. 1. LMS by LifterLMS (Freem...
90K Attacks Per Minute on WordPress Websites! Are you Secure?
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90K Attacks Per Minute on WordPress Websites! Are you Secure?

WordPress is probably the best thing that ever happened to many of us who are using it. For those who don't know what WordPress is - it is an open-source (free to use & modify) website building & content management tool - developed & managed by some of the most dedicated folks in the World. But despite being such a powerful & popular CMS tool, it is also the most hacked. According to statistics from 40,000+ popular WordPress websites, more than 70% of WordPress installations are vulnerable to hacking attacks. WordFence, a popular WordPress security plugin once reported that there are over 90,000 attacks per minute on WordPress. These stats are extreme & clearly indicates the importance minimizing your risks of getting attacked or -hacked! If you're ...
Try Hacking Your WordPress Website Before Hackers Do!
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Try Hacking Your WordPress Website Before Hackers Do!

If you use WordPress, it is really important to get yourself familiar with some security measures to keep your website safe from potential hacking attacks. There were over 90 billion malicious login attacks from 57 million unique IP addresses at a rate of 2,800 attacks per second targeting WordPress, says WordFence. WordPress, being a powerful & open source CMS, invite potential security threats as well. There has been a long history of WordPress websites being targeted by hackers because of security issues. Here are some of the WordPress security vulnerability stats you should look at: 41% of WordPress attacks are caused because of vulnerability on the hosting platform. [Souce: Unknown]61% of infected WordPress websites were out of date. [Souce: Sucuri] 8% of...
Choose The Right WordPress Theme: The Only Guide You Need
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Choose The Right WordPress Theme: The Only Guide You Need

WordPress, being the most widely used Website CMS, comes with a pool of over 10,000+ themes & this makes it a little complex for us to choose which WordPress theme would be right for my website or blog. A theme is basically a group of files (graphics, CSS, etc) that control our website's overall feel & appearance. Not all themes available in the WordPress theme directory are good, & not all themes that look good are actually good. We live in a tech-savvy world, we are modern, we expect modern interfaces with intuitive designs. On the other hand, the ever-evolving SEO game makes it critical nowadays to thoroughly test a theme before owning it. For example, it is mandatory to have a responsive website if you are planning to leverage SEO. Similarly, there are...