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    Why Site Speed Still Matters 2020

    Why Site Speed Still Matters 2020 Speed is very important for a website. It’s so important that Google has made it an actual ranking factor. Over time, Google has taken action to improve the loading speed of websites by providing a set of tools for developers and webmasters. One of these tools is Google Lighthouse. Success in an earned media…

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    Critical Vulnerabilities Found In 3 Popular e-Learning Plugins For WordPress Sites

    Critical Vulnerabilities Found In 3 Popular e-Learning Plugins For WordPress Sites On Thursday, Check Point published research surrounding three popular WordPress plugins, LearnPress, LearnDash, and LifterLMS, learning management systems (LMS) widely used for educational purposes especially at a time when distance learning is being more widely adopted due to the coronavirus outbreak. Three WordPress vulnerabilities commonly used by e-learning and…

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    How To Ensure Your CMS Website Security

    How To Ensure Your CMS Website Security Cyber attacks are a digital phenomenon that no institution, organization or business in the world is fully immune to. They could seriously compromise your reputation and discourage visitors from coming back. Usually, site security is associated with serious investment in protective measures and backend operations which are within the competence of developers. However,…

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    Best WordPress Security Plug-ins To Protect And Secure Your Site

    Best WordPress Security Plug-ins To Protect And Secure Your Site WordPress security is a topic of huge importance for every website owner. Each week, Google blacklists around 20,000 websites for malware and around 50,000 for phishing. If you are serious about your website, then you need to pay attention to the WordPress security best practices. In this guide, we will…

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