I use the same anti-spam WordPress plugin on all of my sites…
It does an awesome job of not only blocking spam comments but also contact and registration form spam as well.
Best of all, no drama. It doesn’t use Capcha’s or quizzes to get the job done so it won’t be a hassle for visitors when it comes to commenting or filling in forms.
I’m going to start out by “cheating” and just giving you the link to an outstanding summary written by Sourav Kundu called What is PHP 7 and How to Start Using it With WordPress?
Basically, you need to upgrade because of speed and security. Trust me, when you upgrade, you’re going to see a massive boost in speed on both the frontend of WordPress but also when it comes to the backend dashboard.
This is something I want every single person reading this post to download because it’s going to help many of you especially if you’re just starting out or “stuck” when coming up with an angle for one of your promotions.
I put this PDF together a couple of years ago. It’s 200+ pages long and it’s filled with 1,214 strategies you can use to get people taking action.
Ok, I’m going to take you through the 3 steps process to getting your site removed from Archive.org’s Wayback Machine.
Personally, I don’t want them archiving my sites and content without my permission and storing copies (“screenshots”) of my site.
This is one of those small things you can do to your WordPress site that can make a big difference.
By default, some themes, when you insert a “read more” link into your blog posts after a visitor clicks on the link, that visitor will be taken to the full post to continue reading from where they left off.