How to Secure Your WordPress Blogs Without Vulnerability!
WordPress is a very safe blog hosting platform. However, there are still instances where vulnerability might be present in its code. What are you supposed to do if you suspected such vulnerability? Well, you can protect your blog from vulnerable code by creating a custom post form and adding this form’s field to your main blog post as the target post type. This will ensure that your blog is secure from any potential attackers.
Create a custom post form
If you’re sure that your blog is safe, it’s time to create a custom post form. If you don’t do anything special, your blog will be secure from any potential attackers, but if you add this form’s field to your main blog post as the target post type, your blog will be secure from any potential attackers even if you remove the field. The two most important factors for this campaign are your blog’s traffic and its rank in the Google search engine. You can find more information about how to create a custom post form in the WordPress guide.
Add the target post type to your blog post
If you’re suspicion that your blog is vulnerable, here are some steps you can take:
1. Visit the WordPress site to find a detailed guide on how to protect your blog.
2. Copy the code from a previous blog post and insert it into your new blog post.
3. Wait until the blog is published and then check the code after the blog is published. If the code is found, you’ll see a green “ accessible” flag on the code. If the code is not accessible, please contact us to protect your blog further.
4. Contact the WordPress support team who can help you troubleshoot the vulnerability and provide solution as needed.
It’s important to ensure that your blog is secure, and we hope this article has helped you inboard this process.
ensured your blog is secure from any potential attackers
Adding a custom post form to your main blog post is a good way of ensuring that your blog is secure from any potential attackers. This is because posts with the target post type field are normally security free. Once you add the form, you can save it in your blog’s content area, and any post with the target post type will be protected. This makes sure that your blog is secure from any potential attackers a breeze.
If you’re not sure whether your blog is vulnerable, you can check the platform’s website security report. If the platform is Tracie, she will help you determine whether your blog is affected. There are many platforms that are affected by Tracie; include Twitter, LinkedIn, Facebook, etc. She offers a free trial to both herself and to a team of experts in order to get anideal report for you.