Author: Michael J. Kraus

Converting From Blogger to WordPress

Published on January 31, 2020 by Michael J. Kraus Converting from Blogger to WordPress can seem like a task that is near impossible if you do not have much experience with web standards. No one wants to lose all of the articles, blog posts, comments, media and links that they have collected over the years.…
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WordPress Security Series – Chapter 1

Published January 6, 2020 by Michael J. Kraus What is the WordPress Security Series? When we discuss WordPress Security, people think about simple fixes they can apply to help keep their site secure. Security with WordPress is much more than that. WordPress has been the target of hackers for quite some time. Often, WordPress sites…
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Writing an article in WordPress

Published December 9th, 2019, by Michael J. Kraus Writing an Article in WordPress – Beginner’s Guide Writing an article in WordPress should take considerable thought and should be an enjoyable experience. The point of writing is so that others will read your words and become inspired. Whether you are writing about life experiences or relaying…
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WordPress Site Speeds

Published November 25th, 2019 by Michael J. Kraus Reviewing WP Rocket – Taking WordPress site speeds to the stratosphere. When it comes to website views, speed is an essential factor in user satisfaction. Long load times are a hindrance when user needs information or content quickly. Do you ever wonder how sites such as YouTube,…
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WordPress Search Engine Optimization

Published November 13, 2019 Co-authored by Debbie Pacheco & Michael J. Kraus WordPress Search Engine Optimization. What is it and how does it work? If you’re a small business owner launching a website for the first time, going through SEO research can seem a little daunting. WordPress Search Engine Optimization: What is it and how…
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WordPress Mixed Content Warning

Published November 4, 2019 by Michael J. Kraus What does it mean when a Mixed Content Warning shows on my WordPress site? Are you experiencing a Mixed Content Warning on your WordPress site? In 2017 WordPress founder Matt Mullenweg, announced that WordPress will be at turning point, requiring hosts to have HTTPS available. Secure Sockets…
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WordPress and Ransomware

Published October 16, 2019 by Mike J. Kraus WordPress and Ransomware Attacks on the Rise In order to understand how WordPress and ransomware are related we must first explain ransomware and what it actually is. In recent years, ransomware has increased substantially and adapts to technical trends. Ransomware attacks have been around since the late…
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