Some important things to do if you have a WordPress site includes making sure that you are always up to date. You should also always make sure that you have it backed up and that you take advantage of the user permissions. Do not make anyone an administrator if they have no reason to be one. Make sure that your login page is not easy to find so it is difficult to be hacked. Lastly, restrict the number of login attempts so if someone tries to hack you they get locked out.

Key Takeaways:

  • Back up your site frequently to make sure you don't lose content if anything goes down.
  • Watch who you give permission to, making sure there aren't many people out there with access to your source code.
  • Obscure your login and login page to make sure people can't figure out how to get into it.

“The first thing you want to do is make sure that your WordPress site is always up to date. If you look at the dashboard, you'll see if there's an update for WordPress available.”

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