Nowadays more and more people choose to shop for things online websites instead of going to brick-and-mortar stores. Online businesses are growing with the increasing popularity of online shopping. However, the growth of cybercrimes with this revolution is not hidden from anyone. Even the famous eCommerce like Amazon fails to apart their consumers from cybercrimes. According to a recently published blog “Beware these scams on Amazon Prime Day” reveled that Consumers should proceed with caution for shopping on such websites, as scammers are looking to steal the customers’ data and payment card details. Despite having the prominent security measures, e-commerce and their users are becoming victims of cybercrimes.
If you’re running e-commerce, you eager to know which are the primary features of a website that allure customers to shop from? So, here’s a breakdown of a few features that every consumer wants from e-commerce.
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Nowadays, except system fonts, Google Fonts is the optimal option of most websites for typography. However, there will be 2 disadvantages when you load Google Fonts for typical websites as instructed by Google’s tutorials, or by the way to enqueue CSS in most WordPress themes:
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On December 18, 2018, WordPress sites experienced the highest number of brute force attacks that happened as of that date. Mark Maunder, the founder and CEO of Wordfence, said that this aggressive campaign culminated with 14 million attacks on WordPress sites per hour.
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Your Cloudflare account is activated. Now, you’re curious about how you can make the best of Cloudflare to optimize and secure your website. In this brief guide, we are going to discuss a few of the tweaks that you can make to increase your website’s security and to maximize its performance.
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How to speed up WordPress using Redis cache is such a simple thing. Redis is an in-memory database which can be used as a data store or cache. Redis presents itself as an ideal solution to speeding up WordPress and any other software which supports Redis cache. In this article, we’re going to show you how to set up a WordPress caching with Redis on a Linux VPS.
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Website load speed is among critical issues we should pay attention to if we want to create a website or owned one . It affects not only user experience on your site but also SEO rankings. In this article, I’m going to show you how to use Jetpack – a free plugin to speed up your website.
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