Category: Wordpress

How to Change Akismet Delete Spam Schedule in WordPress 0

How to Change Akismet Delete Spam Schedule in WordPress

Akismet deletes the SPAM comments automatically every 15 days and if your site is receiving huge SPAM comments this might increase the DB size slightly. So How to Change Akismet Delete SPAM schedule in WordPress? Many of the WordPress sites will be flooded with the...

How to Change WordPress JPEG Image Compression 0

How to Change WordPress JPEG Image Compression

WordPress by default will compress the images for the better performance. If your website is something related to photography or a gallery based site and if you are using WordPress CMS platform you don’t need this option at all. This reduces the image size but...

How to Redirect 404 pages in WordPress 0

How to Redirect 404 pages in WordPress

How to Redirect 404 pages in WordPress? There might be a situation where you want to change the URL of the post or page and if someone has bookmarked your old URL it will throw 404 page not found error. Sometimes there might be backlinks pointing...

How to A/B Split Test Featured Images in WordPress 0

How to A/B Split Test Featured Images in WordPress

Featured Images plays an important role in blog posts. These images will be displayed on the front page where the list of articles appears and also often displayed on the social media sites when someone shares your article. Let’s check out How to A/B Split Test Featured Images...

WP Content Copy Protection - Prevent Image theft in WordPress 0

Prevent Image Theft in WordPress

The most common problem website owners face is Image theft. Most of the times novice users do copy your images and put it on their site without providing proper attribution to the source of the image. Here are some of the ways you can Prevent Image...

Implementing WordPress Single Sign On with Jetpack 0

Implementing WordPress Single Sign On with Jetpack

By Implementing WordPress Single Sign On with Jetpack, you can increase the security of your WordPress site. WordPress websites have a public login page and it can be accessed by anyone using http://example.com/wp-login.php URL. Many hackers use brute force mechanism to guess the username and password...