You don’t want Google to despise your website, believe us. Fortunately, you can optimize your images and thus improve the efficiency of your site. One issue with formatting them is that changes can affect their quality (which in turn might make the visitor hate your website).
One of the worst possible scenarios for a website owner today is getting hacked. If you have not thought about it in advance and have not protected your site using security plugins and other measures, you might be in serious trouble.
The white screen of death appears, and you can’t log in to your WP admin. Catastrophe has struck. But, don’t be in despair; there is a perfect solution for all your worst-case scenarios. It is called the Emergency Recovery Script, and it is completely free!
If you happen to be running a website in WordPress and you are either managing it with friends or have some other people working on it, you’ll probably want to put one or more authors in the credits of your posts, because we all know there’s no better feeling than reading your own name at the end of a post that you spent hours on. Am I right?