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Sebastian Moran

How to Remove all Wordfence Plugin Created Data

Wordfence is well known and heavily used site security plugin but there may times when either a database table that Wordfence uses has been corrupted or you need to delete all of the data that Wordfence created on your site database. Wordfence does have a setting that you can enable to delete tables and data on deactivation it can be found from the following settings page; Wordfence > All Options > General Wordfence Options Wordfence has a plugin that can remove all data easily the plugin is called Wordfence Assistant. The plugin when installed and activated will add a new

Losing Information by Activating Jetpack
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Sebastian Moran

Losing Information by Activating Jetpack

Jetpack provides a number of modules which can benefit the site it is connected to. But for Jetpack to be used, Jetpack needs to use a WordPress.com account to connect to your site. What does it mean for your site to be connected to WordPress.com to be able to use Jetpack? What is being copied over? Well, more than you’d think of the site database is being copied over to create a clone of your site on WordPress.com server. If you wanted to use the search module, or the related post module, that data is being queried after the full

How to use Cloudflare on your Child Sites
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Sebastian Moran

How to use Cloudflare on Child Sites

Cloudflare is among the most solid CDNs out there and has a considerable amount of data centers. To utilize Cloudflare for your child site, you first need to change the domain’s DNS name servers to use the Cloudflare name servers. Now that your child site is using the Cloudflare name servers (which you can check from DNS Checker), the next step is to set DNS and enter the site domain. Cloudflare will show orange arrows for the domain in DNS, which means Cloudflare will be used. Cloudflare also has an option to check that the name servers are being used.

MAINWP BY THE NUMBERS 2018
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Todd Jones

MainWP by the numbers 2018 [Infographic]

Data is all around us. Chances are you look at data every day. Maybe you have a spreadsheet loaded with Google Analytics information. Maybe you double check marketing statistics every day. Making sense of data is a noble quest. In fact, finding the story in the data is more than a noble quest. It helps users see behind the numbers to find out what is happening. Infographics are similar. It allows a pictorial representation of numbers and statistics. Often, infographics become something of a novelty which creates the kind of interest that gets content shared far and wide. We’ve talked

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