Keep headers/logos under 125 pixels high. It takes up valuable viewing space, especially for laptop users, that is best left for the good stuff to appear"above the fold." Take a cue from the big companies, simple logos done well say it all. This is our #1 pet peeve - screaming logos and headers!
There is a portion of config-sample.php that is headed'Authentication Unique Keys.' Four explanations that appear within the block will be found by you. There is a hyperlink secure your wordpress site inside that section of code.You copy the contents that you return, must enter that link into your browser, and change the keys you have with the specific keys given by the website. That makes it harder for attackers to create a'logged-in' dessert for your website.
Everything you have worked for will go with this, should the server of your site return. You'll make no sales, get no visitors or signups to your site, and in short, you're out of business until you have the website back up again.
First look at this now in line is currently creating a smarter password to your account. Passwords must be made with numbers and special characters. You create small plus altered letters and can combine them. Smarter passwords can be your gateway to zero hackers. Make difficult passwords that you can think of.
Install the WordPress Firewall Plugin. This plugin investigates web requests with WordPress-specific heuristics that are easy to identify and prevent most obvious attacks.
These are some of the things I do to secure my blogs. Fantastic thing is that they don't need much time browse this site to do. These are simple options, which can be done easily.