5 Tips to Secure Your WordPress Site

May 7, 2019

WordPress is the world’s most popular content management system. It’s also one of the most popular targets for hackers and other malicious actors. In this tutorial, you’ll learn about five ways to make your WordPress site more secure.

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Substratum a Year From Now

May 7, 2019

Substratum is not in a good place right now, and investors of the SUB token are arguably in an even worse place. The SubstratumNode V1 is slated to be released in ~8 weeks – at least according to the projection from the company’s most recent “show and tell”. The community sentiment is that the release of V1 will somehow usher in a new era of prosperity for both the Substratum team and investors’ -99.9% ROI bags of SUB tokens. This unreasonably optimistic thought process is flawed, and outright dumb.

Let’s look at the facts.

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How to Add Night Mode to Your WordPress Site with JavaScript & CSS

May 6, 2019

Lately, I’ve been thinking a lot readability and information retention. I firmly believe that people have an easier time comprehending dark text on a light background. However, there are certainly times when light text on a dark background is a valid design choice. For example, staring at a white background when reading late at night is terrible for your eyes.

To address this issue, I added a “night mode” to my website that automatically turns on after 5 PM and stays active until 5 AM. I decided to forgo the typical night/light mode button because there’s nowhere obvious to put such a button on my website. Here’s how I added the automatic night mode feature.

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The Difference Between WP_MEMORY_LIMIT and WP_MAX_MEMORY_LIMIT

May 5, 2019

By default, WordPress enforces a memory limit of 40 MB. This means a single PHP script is allowed to use up to 40 MB of RAM. In certain cases, you may need to increase WordPress’ memory limit to run heavier plugins like WooCommerce or bbPress. To increase WordPress’ memory limit, you can define WP_MEMORY_LIMIT in your wp-config.php file using the line below.

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