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Moving WordPress from Localhost to Server – Complete Guide

Moving WordPress from Localhost to Server – Complete Guide

Worried that shifting your WordPress site to an online server won’t work? You’re right to be. If migration is done incorrectly, it could cause errors that are hard to detect and resolve.  Many give up on moving WordPress from a localhost to a server because it’s...

WP-Admin Not Working? Fix ‘Can’t Access WordPress Admin’ Error

WP-Admin Not Working? Fix ‘Can’t Access WordPress Admin’ Error

Struggling to access your WordPress admin? If you can't access WordPress admin of your site, it spells a world of trouble. You won’t be able to make changes to your website or fix any errors. But worse, it could mean that a hacker has taken control of your site and...

Key Factors Affecting Your Site Performance (And How to Tame Them)

Key Factors Affecting Your Site Performance (And How to Tame Them)

Remember the last time you tried to read an article on a website only to realize that the page wouldn’t load or it was filled with annoying ads? How long did you wait before you gave up and closed it? The point is that we have become picky and impatient during our...

Top 5 WordPress Management Plugins We Recommend (2020 Updated)

Top 5 WordPress Management Plugins We Recommend (2020 Updated)

Building a website is easy but it takes a lot of effort to maintain one. You have to run weekly updates, monitor uptime on a daily basis, scan your site for malware infection, take regular backups, and do a whole bunch of other tasks. If you have to do this for more...

How to Clear WordPress Cache? (The Ultimate Guide)

How to Clear WordPress Cache? (The Ultimate Guide)

Managed WordPress Hosts provide caching features with an easy way to clear your website’s cache have you ever spent hours updating your site, only to not have any changes reflect? Are you still seeing the old version? You may have tried the good old “reload” option -...

How to Protect WordPress Site From Arbitrary Code Execution Attacks?

How to Protect WordPress Site From Arbitrary Code Execution Attacks?

WordPress power over 60 million websites and this makes WordPress websites an obvious target for hack attempts. Threats on WordPress sites is compounded by vulnerable plugins, themes, and the core. Not too long ago, in February 2019 a security researcher found a major...

How to Use FTP to Upload & Manage Files on WordPress Site?

How to Use FTP to Upload & Manage Files on WordPress Site?

Do you want to make changes to your WordPress files but don’t know how to find them? Or do you want to access these files because you’re locked out of your WordPress dashboard? Sometimes, you may want to add certain functionality, tighten security, or customize your...

OWASP Top 10 Security Risks and Vulnerabilities

OWASP Top 10 Security Risks and Vulnerabilities

Are you worried about the security of your WordPress plugin or theme? Are you sure they are safe to use? You should watch for these top 10 OWASP risks. You’re right to worry about whether your software is secure. As much as developers would like to create airtight...

Privilege Escalation: What is it and Why is it so Important?

Privilege Escalation: What is it and Why is it so Important?

Do you have multiple users on your WordPress website? Did you know hackers can exploit user accounts to take full control of your website? They can do this by taking advantage of what is known as a privilege escalation vulnerability. These vulnerabilities appear in...

How to Change WordPress Site URL? (Step-by-Step Guide)

How to Change WordPress Site URL? (Step-by-Step Guide)

There have been many cases at BlogVault where we had to change the URL of a page. Over time, we’ve tried different methods of changing WordPress URLs on many dummy WordPress sites. This is what prompted us to put together this article. In this guide, we explain the...

How to Disable XML-RPC for Better WordPress Security

How to Disable XML-RPC for Better WordPress Security

We’ve come along way since WordPress was first launched. Back in the day, the feature called XML-RPC was extremely useful. In a time with slow internet speed and constant lags, it was difficult to write content online in real-time, like we do now. The XML-RPC function...

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