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If you build lots of WordPress blogs for yourself or, especially, if you build sites for sale or for clients, one issue you’ve probably come up against are the licensing rights for some of the themes and plugins you use.
Not every commercial theme or plugin can be included in a handover of a site to a new owner. In some cases, the new owner is required to buy their own license for a theme or a plugin or two.
Many developers in the WordPress community sell what are known as Developer’s Rights for their products, allowing you to include their products on sites you build for sale or for clients.
Product: Cloud Defender
Product Type: WordPress security
Price: $15.78 (dime sale – price rises by $0.01 every 10 sales)
Where To Buy: Click here to go to the sales page
Guarantee: 30 Day Money Back Guarantee
My Rating: 4.8 out 5
The Video Version of This Review:
The Cloud Defender Overview
In my previous post, I talked about why securing your WordPress site is vitally important these days.
I also mentioned the increasing importance of using SSL certificates both to enhance the security of your site along with the rankings boost it will provide in Google.
In this post, I’ll review a new WordPress security tool that will help harden your …
If you’re a member of Wealthy Affiliate, my #1 recommended affiliate-marketing course, you’ll have received an email from founder Kyle about the introduction of free SSL certificates for WordPress sites built and hosted on their SiteRubix system (members get free webhosting).
What is SSL And Why Is It Important?
SSL stands for Secure Sockets Layer, a technical term that won’t mean anything to the average internet user.
What it provides though is an additional layer of security on websites. You’ve seen some web addresses start with http:// and others start with https://. That “s” in https indicates that SSL is in operation on that site.
Up until recently, …
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If you’ve read this blog, or the posts on my Top Design Blogs service blog, you’ll know I bang on about WordPress security quite a bit.
Yet, webmasters don’t seem too concerned that their WordPress blogs are potentially vulnerable to being hacked. I offer a free service over at Top Design Blogs that tests 8 potential weaknesses on a blog but few webmasters take me up on the offer.
So is there an attitude out there that hacking is something that only happens to other people? That the likelihood of your particular blog being hacked is so small that it’s something you can worry about another day?