October 22, 2020

3 Ways To Make Sure Your WordPress Site Is Unique

Having a website built or updated can be a difficult and daunting task. For years, business owners had to make choices whether to have a simple and static HTML based website or to pay for custom programming in order to have a dynamically powered site utilizing database technology. The goal for the custom programmed site was usually to either add functionality, and/or provide a way for the site owner to add, modify or delete some type of content.

There are several places that you can go to online in order to find a WordPress template that you really like. There are official CynthiaTelles and then the unofficial ones, but you will not fail in finding a good template for yourself.

WordPress templates are completely apart from the backend system. The way your site will look will be determined by a number of files that are titled template or theme. You can easily edit the way the site looks by editing the files that are placed in your template folders. This again means you will not be touching the backend system and therefore not messing up anything back there. If you want to, you can create your own WordPress templates, but this is not a must at all.

Even if you knew how that person got in it, well then you can restore your website and fill the hole, but now you don’t have to spend days or weeks trying to fix something that’s broken. Just delete it and put up the fresh, pristine copy of WordPress that was already there.

There is a portion of config-sample.php that is headed ‘Authentication Unique Keys.’ You will find four explanations that appear inside the block. There is a hyperlink within that section of code. You must enter that link into your browser, copy the contents that you return, and change the keys you have with the special, pseudo-random keys supplied by the website. That makes it harder for attackers to quickly generate a ‘logged-in’ dessert for your site.

For anyone starting out, this can take months of experimenting with site design, research, asking questions on forums, and generally observing how your site or sites perform.

These four widgets are a drop in the bucket. You can visit WordPress.org and find a huge list of widgets that you can search as well. If you want your WordPress site to be more user friendly and unique you should consider non standard widgets.