By WordPress, I mean everything written for WP, not just the core software. Honestly, with a little configuration with security in mind, WP Core is rather solid (security-wise). However I have a client that wanted a specific "Feature" on their website, they found and installed a seemingly good plugin to add the desired functionality. Only 3 days later their website had been compromised. We started fresh, and installed everything again, double checking all the configurations. In just a day, it had been attacked and compromised again. How is this possible?
More so recently I think there is a serious problem in the Quora Programming Community. There are a few issues, but at the top of my list is the number of absolutely ridiculous questions being asked. From the "Can I Actually Become a Programmer" to the "Why is X no longer good practice".
Adding HTTPS to your website can significantly increase your position in Google SERPs. There are however some concerns when making the switch. 302, 301 Redirects, Sitemaps, Bandwidth, Server Load, and some others. Let's discuss each really quickly and let me tell you how I screwed up tazdij.com for a couple months.
I have recently designed a new website, that is launching soon at work, and wanted to share the new layout. I like it, and think it will be really friendly to search engines. All in all, I think it will be a good success. This is a really long page, and this specific product, doesn't show all of the sections available. It is missing the Videos, Customer Success, Certifications, and others.