Updated June 4, 2020 Articles about SEO and how to improve site performance will frequently bounce terms about including crawling, indexing, robots.txt, meta robots, canonical and more. It’s absolutely essential to understand the difference between crawling and indexing, plus why it matters to your site performance in search rankings. Matt C. at Google explains the […]

Updated May 21, 2020 Having comments with attachments sounds amazing. After all, letting users submit content could greatly contribute to the discussion – much the way that some file sharing forums allow uploads in threaded discussions. But, this functionality doesn’t come without risks and costs. Why are Comment Attachments Risky? The risk-factors of comment attachments […]

Updated May 13, 2020 What are the Benefits of Enabling WordPress Comments? Given the fact that WordPress comments are potentially a source of massive spam and require an investment of time and effort to manage on the part of site owners, there surely must be good reasons why site owners should enable comments in WordPress. […]

Updated April 21, 2020 If you’d like to disable pingbacks, or XML-RPC completely, you’ll be stopping the automatic notification to other sites when you link to them in your WordPress blog posts. The act of notifying site owners that you’ve linked their way is an important thing that lets site owners track their popularity and […]