If you have visited DailyTechTuts.com in past few days, then you might have noticed snow flakes falling all over this blog! Check out following video to see the snowfall effect in action: Why this was done?: This is the month of December and winter season can be experienced in almost all parts of the world. Some(…)
Responsive web design is the new age technique for designing websites. This technique uses CSS3 media queries to render web pages, which ensures that your website adapts (resizes) itself automatically to fit the resolution of any device on which it’s being accessed.
If you are using WordPress as your website’s/blog’s Content Management System and would like to communicate with good bots of various search engines (like Google, Yahoo!, Bing etc.) and services (like Alexa, Archive.org etc.) about which areas of your site should not be processed or scanned by them, then lets check out in this post the best format of(…)
CAPTCHA (Completely Automated Public Turing test to tell Computers and Humans Apart) is a type of computing test which is used to determine whether a particular user is a human or a web bot. A CAPTCHA can greatly help you in preventing/reducing comment spam, as all your site visitors have to take a human verification(…)
Akismet protects your blog’s commenting section from hyperlink spam and spammy anchor text URLs posted by users as well as spam bots. The plugin also protects your installation from TrackBack and Pingback spam (which is also known as sping).
iThemes Security (formerly known as Better WP Security) plugin allows you to secure your WordPress installation in more than 30 ways. Install the plugin for your blog and once the installation is successful, you will see following Secure your site now button at the top of your dashboard:
Wordfence is a powerful WordPress plugin which protects your website from Distributed Denial of Service (DDoS) attacks, malicious web crawlers and other types of attack techniques commonly used by hackers, script kiddies etc. The plugin can also scan your entire installation in real time for various types of existing as well as new vulnerabilities like(…)
CloudFlare offers a free security plugin for your self-hosted installation of WordPress, which make use of spam database hosted and maintained by Project Honey Pot to protect your blog from hackers, attackers and malicious IP addresses.