Don’t you sometimes wish you had a time machine that would allow you to roll back your mistakes? Well, when it comes to the editing of posts and pages, WordPress comes with a built-in time machine that gives you the power to restore a previous version of any post or page. (Text on screen): WordHer,… [Continue]
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In this video, I demonstrate how to use BackupBuddy to move your WordPress site to a new domain. These instructions will be the same if you are changing hosts or using the same host. Before starting this demo you will need to do these four things: 1) Install BackupBuddy plugin on your existing site. 2)… [Continue]
Also known as 2-step authentication and 2-factor authentication, two-step verification is my favorite way to secure my WordPress logins. As a bit of background, the two in 2-steps means:
1) something you know (your password)
2) something you have (such as a secret code generated on your phone)
With 2-step login verification, you could post your WordPress password on a billboard in Times Square, and no one would be able to use it to get into your WordPress site…. [Continue]
BackWPup is a free plugin that meets 90% of my backup plugin requirements. The only thing I don’t like about BackWPup is that restoring a backup is not simple. But it’s free, so who am I to complain? Here is a step-by-step demo of how to set BackWPup to do automatic backups on a daily… [Continue]