Disable XML-RPC to Prevent Brute Force Attack!

XML-RPC is a remote procedure call (RPC) protocol which uses XML to encode its calls and HTTP as a transport mechanism. XML-RPC also refers generically to the use of XML for remote procedure call, independently of the specific protocol. With WordPress XML-RPC support, you can post to your WordPress blog using many popular Weblog Clients. This […]

Creating a Child Theme in WordPress

Child theme has become one of the best practices in inheriting styles from another WordPress theme, mostly for themes you purchased or installed from the WordPress theme directory. This is to prevent overriding to changes you have made once new updates are available. To do so, simply create another folder next to your theme folder. Use […]

Using iMacros to Update WordPress Posts Published Date

Google loves fresh contents so do users. If your article’s date shows “Last Year” or older than that, users will think your content is out of date and most of the time they will leave your page immediately. Moreover, if you don’t publish content regularly and all your previous posts are too old, Google will […]

Force HTTP to HTTPS Using 301 Permanently Redirect in .htaccess file

Sometimes installing plugins for every type of purpose you want is wrong. Some small tasks could be done by just a very small tweak. When you have just enabled SSL for your website, some of the URLs to your previous content might be still in HTTP. We can force them to redirect to HTTPs. To […]