Building a successful online project nowadays is a piece of cake. You can take your pick between a plethora of hosting providers and hundreds of site-building apps, all coming with their own unique benefits.
No matter what business industry your company is in or what your website is about, WordPress can give you the tools and freedom to create a perfect page for your business. And you can be sure there are a lot of good reasons why over 60% of online projects today utilize the most dominating CMS on the market.
But all this glory and popularity inevitably catches the attention of hackers, and WP is by far the most attacked software. WordPress is an open-source CMS, which is a blessing and a curse at the same time. It allows developers to code their own plugins and modify WordPress to suit their needs, which makes it practically limitless in the customizations department. At the same time, this gives a chance of the hackers to inspect the code and look for vulnerabilities. They can then use various backdoors to compromise and harm other websites, servers, even entire networks.
The new version of SPanel that will be released later today comes with some cool new features. Among them, we have added WordPress cloning.
As you may tell by the name, this one will allow you to duplicate any of your WordPress websites to a new address with one click.
Data protection is an integral part of your WordPress site security. No user will be happy to lose their precious blog or business website information. That’s why web site owners must ensure they have proper processes in place to perform regular backups
There are numerous ways to build a website. You can code your own pages, utilize a site builder, or trust one of the hundreds of web-building applications out there. You’ve probably heard some of the names — Joomla, Drupal, Magento, and OpenCart already have millions of happy users under their belt.
Security is the biggest issue for websites and applications running online nowadays. Attackers often want to steal your personal details, site data, or breach you just for the fun of it. And if you think your project is too insignificant to be hacked, you might want to consider the fact that 43% of cyber attacks target small businesses.
WordPress is dominating the CMS stage, powering over 500 million websites worldwide. In an ever changing online environment where the customer demand only gets higher, WP has proven to be flexible enough to rise above the competition.