Are Author Archives secure in WordPress?

Last updated on 10 July 2020

RockmusicRaider - A book archive - Author Archives

RockmusicRaider proudly uses WordPress to deliver those snazzy music reviews to our fan base. First, because this is a rock-solid, well-known, and constantly updated system to build a site on. And second, because I consider WordPress to be pretty secure.

In fact, the success of a CMS (= Content Management System) defines itself around security-related considerations. It’s a bit like some real estate you wish to acquire. I am pretty sure that you would not buy a place that misses appropriate locks on its entries and sports holes instead of properly secured windows.

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Blogger, choose your poison! And build a stellar blog.

Last updated on 10 July 2020

RockmusicRaider - Blogger Choose your Poison - The Art of Making Choices

That running a blog is no picnic, apart from being a lot of fun, we already established earlier. But what does it take to make a blog really run smoothly, streamlined and at full speed?

For this to work, you need to choose from many pots of poison. A fair amount of services and tools are required to ensure that your blog will stay on the road to internet nirvana. And those choices need to be wise, or you risk to pointlessly overload the backend with useless programs and heavy code.

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The XML-RPC trap. And how to get rid of it.

Last updated on 10 July 2020

SEO - WordPress - Coding Screen The RockmusicRaider crew sometimes likes to write about stuff not directly related to music, metal or otherwise. But instead we touch on things that have peripheral importance to running the blog.

Subject matters such as blogging, site security, SEO (Search Engine Optimization) and their very real implications come to mind. Those are intricately linked to managing your site, and – of course – security considerations.

Today we will touch upon the XML-RPC issue.

Or the past issue, if we want to be entirely correct. As of WordPress 4.7 the matter should be [...] Click to raid more!