To login to your WordPress website you had to type /wp-admin or /wp-login.php behind the domain url. Not so easy to remember if you don’t do this daily. But did you know you can also type /admin or /login or /dashboard? These shortcuts were introduced in WordPress version 3.4.
A tip for the more technically minded: if you install the widget Php Text Widget you can place a login form in your sidebar by putting the code <?php wp_login_form(); ?> in a text widget.
Being the largest CMS on the World Wide Web has its drawbacks. With 19% of the internet being WordPress sites, WordPress is a popular target for hackers. The past months there has been a huge number of brute force attacks on WordPress sites. All of them aimed at gaining access to the dashboard. Continue reading Protect your WordPress login against hackers→
This is the English blog for WP Webbouw. WP Webbouw is a Dutch company that specialises in WordPress development (that is what the Dutch word ‘webbouw’ means). You find the Dutch website here: wpwebbouw.nl.
On this blog I will post in English about WordPress tips & tricks.