Posts Tagged ‘security’

wordpress website performance

At 120,000 Miles, How Does Your WordPress Website Hold Up?

A friend of mine once told me how he often compares having a WordPress website to owning a car. At the time I didn’t think much about it. Reflecting back on it, I think the comparison makes a lot of sense. Let me tell you why. The Make, Model, and Color of Your Vehicle Surely…

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speed up your wordpress

Speed Up and Back Up Your WordPress Site

Two of the biggest problems you can have with any website is a slow site or a lost site (due to hacking, server problems, or even accidental deletion). How are these two problems related? The answer is your database. It’s the connection to a MySQL database that makes WordPress a CMS. The care and maintenance…

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Lots of locks

The Importance of HTTPS

There is a big push for making sure that your website is being served securely. The shift from HTTP to HTTPS is occurring at record rates and is being shepherded by Google. But better SEO isn’t the only reason to be paying attention to HTTPS. What was once only a requirement for sites engaged in…

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WordCamp Orange County 2015 Speaker Sponsor dinner

Why Do We Use WordPress?

One thing you’ll notice right away if you look around this website or review our portfolio, we love WordPress. Every new project we start is built with WordPress as the engine. We’ve been using WordPress since version 1.5 and have watched and helped it evolve into the CMS platform we know today. What keeps us…

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security at scale

Security at Scale

We recently had a chance to sit down with Tony Perez, the CEO for Sucuri. Sucuri is one of our go-to partners in assisting with our client’s security needs. Pixel Jar: For readers who aren’t familiar with Sucuri, tell us a little bit about how you got started in the security space. Tony: No problem.…

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