Top 5 WordPress Security Vulnerabilities (shared)

iThemes Security (originally WP Better Security) is a great plugin that I frequently use to help monitor, secure and protect customers’ websites. (My other favourite is the WPMU plugin, Defender.) iThemes also provides you with the opportunity to keep up […]

Self-Employed Women Undercharge Their Value

Freshbooks released a new report today (which takes their data from the United States) and discovered a startling wage gap between women and men in the self-employed sector. I expected women would be on an equal playing field with men […]

Passwords

Did you ever wonder “How did someone get into my account?” after a website or email hack? Sometimes it’s a piece of software exploiting the site or application, but other times it is simply your password is extremely easy to […]

Self-Employment Report (USA 2018)

Freshbooks have just released the Second Annual Self-Employment Report and it is evident that, in the USA at least, the world is changing towards self-employed service and product providers. They estimate that 27 million people moved from traditional employment into […]

Did You Ever Get This WordPress Warning?

“Warning: http_build_query(): Parameter 1 expected to be Array or Object. Incorrect value given in /home/volunte4/public_html/wp-includes/Requests/Transport/cURL.php on line 508” I found this error occurring within the Events plugin All-in-One Event Calendar by Time.ly after I had moved a website from the […]

WordPress White Screen (1)

During development, the WordPress white screen can be extremely frustrating – no explanation, no error message, no specific problem, just a completely blank screen! One incident, which happened today, I felt warranted a post. Maybe this has happened you also? […]