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The hierarchy of website health consists of five stacked layers, each one above smaller than the one below. Together, these layers form a pyramid: security, speed, usability, traffic, and conversion.
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The Best WordPress Maintenance Services, and What You Should Look For

WordPress is free, open-source software, which makes it one of the most powerful, flexible content management systems (CMS) on the web. But that also means it doesn’t come with official support. In other words, if you run into a problem with your WordPress site, you’re on your own to solve it – whether it’s related…

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Ongoing Support
Complete Guide to Getting WordPress Help

If you’ve decided to use WordPress to power your website, you’ll likely need some help staying on top of everything. Picture the scene: You’re working on an online project and need help managing the technical side of things. You are part of a company that has moved the website (and website maintenance) to your department….

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Data Security Secure website is what you get from HTTPS, SSL, and certificates.
What the Most-Easily Guessed Passwords Reveal About Your Personality

666666. This one marks the beastly serious fan of horror movies. The person who uses 666666 never screams out in terror until the moment his or her computer becomes possessed by devilish criminals. Rank: 14.

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Site Health
Weekly WordPress Update- September 20, 2019

Here is your quick Weekly WordPress Update from Valerio. If you would like us to cover something specific, please let us know! We’re on a mission to help bring clarity to the mysteries of Website Health! Valet is hosting a free webinar next Wednesday, September 26 at 1 PM Eastern Time with Josh our Lead Developer!…

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Site Health
How We Approach Website Speed

Planning this article was an interesting experience.  My goal was to publicize what Valet’s opinion and approach is to website speed.  At the same time, I needed to express that opinion in a way that’s different from your typical blog post about website speed.   I think the best way to do that is to…

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Data Security weak passwords are like Popeye before eating spinach
Weak Passwords Used by Visitors Can Jeopardize Your Website’s Security—Here’s How to Curb the Risk

As website security vulnerabilities go, weak passwords seem like no biggie. Wrong. A friend of mine learned the hard way the truth about weak passwords and the visitors who love them. So as not to embarrass my friend, let’s keep his name out of this. It’s enough for you to know he operates a successful…

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