Maybe WordPress website security isn't as much fun as switching themes around or trying to build a great site "on the fly," but it's very important still.
Nobody wants to have a great website that is generating new leads and referrals for your business only to have it hacked, or infected with malware or spam ads, or have someone delete the site.
This time around, we discuss ways to avoid having your site hacked, common problems those new to WordPress encounter, and what to do to play it safe.
In this presentation, we will discuss WordPress website security. We will review common mistakes new developers and small business owners make with their websites and how to avoid them.
We will discuss programs and plugins you should use to be safe and have a secure website. How to avoid malware, viruses, bad plugins, themes likely to break or simply not work as advertised, and how to not get hacked.
We'll even tell you what to do if your site does get hacked, what to do if you ever get the "white screen of death," how to pick good quality hosts, and make sure your WordPress site stays healthy and productive.