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Two-factor authentication in WordPress

One of the weakest points of a WordPress website is the login. But with two-factor authentication, you can add an extra layer of security to that area. Here's how.

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How to secure your WordPress website

Website security is a pretty important topic these days, especially with all of the threats. And it's even more important if you have a WordPress website. So here are some steps you can take to secure your website.

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Always stay up to date with WordPress Core

I'm always baffled when I run across a website that has a really old version of WordPress running. I know some people still aren't on version 5.0 because of Gutenberg, but you still should stay updated for security and the newest features.

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Making sure you have a strong backend for your ecommerce website

A good ecommerce website does more than just look good. It also has a strong back end to make sure it's always running and protected from security risks. Here's how to make sure your ecommerce website has a strong back end.

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Your website needs HTTPS

Google Chrome is about to start penalizing sites that don't have HTTPS at the start of their URLs. So your site is going to need it. Plus, it's good for your visitors.