Read this before you update to WordPress 5 and the new Gutenberg Editor

A major update to WordPress was released today. WordPress 5 .0 is here. If you update your own website, there are a few things to be aware of before you hit that "update" button.

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How to Outsmart Website Hackers and Keep Your WordPress Website Secure

Thanks to WordPress' popularity it is a common target for hackers. So how do you minimise the chances of your website being hacked? Follow these tips to keep your website secure.

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WordPress Security: How to Check if your Website is Clean

WordPress is a hugely popular content management system (CMS) and it powers nearly 30% of the world's websites. Unfortunately the sheer volume of websites also makes WordPress an attractive target for hackers. Their goals range from sheer boredom to monetary gain, e.g. by promoting their own products (usually pharmaceuticals or adult content) or redirecting a website to their own website.

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Are you getting spammed?

How to prevent contact form spam

If you are like most website owners, you probably have a contact form somewhere on your website.

Unfortunately automated spam machines target contact forms and can submit dozens or even hundreds of bogus forms a day, making it very difficult to separate genuine enquiries from fake ones, and clogging up your inbox.

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How Google's push for a more secure Internet will impact your website

Most business websites will need to invest in an SSL certificate

Over the past few years, there has been a move towards making the internet more secure to reduce the risk of stolen customer data and hacking of websites.

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