WordPress has always been a goto platform for small site build ups, but has also served as a strong CMS for some enterprise level solutions as well. With its extensive plugin basis and easy customization, site development is a breeze with this platform. From plugin to theme development, I always find myself interacting with WordPress on some level in several projects.
With some of the flack it gets from security perspectives, if done right, Wordpress is just as solid as any other solution. In this section I’m going to convey some of the things I’ve found to harden WordPress from security perspectives, and give some ideas on how to trick WordPress out and making it do just about anything you could possibly want.
So if you need a quick way to archive your WordPress install and you have shell access through SSH, this script could help you do that quickly. You will need to make sure that ‘zip’ is installed (of course you could also modify the script below to use something like gzip or bz2 or whatever). […]
Lately, there certainly has been a lot of buzz around the thought of combining WordPress and Magento. If you enjoy using WordPress for your CMS, but want to use Magento as your E-Commerce platform here are some options for you. Lucky for most Magento users, there is an extension that will integrate Magento and WordPress […]