Sunday, May 1, 2016

How to Change Login Hints in WordPress Login Error Messages

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some people ask how they can change or disable login error hints in WordPress. By default, WordPress show error messages when someone enters incorrect username or password on the login page. These error messages can be used as a hint to guess a username, user email address, or password. In this article, let's find out how we can change login error hints in WordPress login error messages.


what do i mean by WordPress Login Error Messages?


During login, WordPress shows this error message when a user enters incorrect username.

ERROR: invalid username Lost Your Password?







If someone enters correct username with wrong password, then WordPress shows this message:

If someone is trying to guess your username, then this error message confirms that they have successfully guessed it.

Since WordPress 4.5, you can also login to your WordPress site using email address instead of username. These login hints can also confirm that you are using a particular email address for your admin account.

For most WordPress users this is probably not a big issue. But for people who are cautious about privacy and security, this could be a problem.

Change Login Hints in WordPress.


Simply add the following code to your theme’s functions.php file or a site-specific plugin.

function no_wordpress_errors(){
      return 'Something is wrong!';
    }
    add_filter( 'login_errors', 'no_wordpress_errors' );


Now if someone enters incorrect username, password, or email, WordPress would simply show the error ‘Something is wrong’ without giving any hints.


While this code can hide/change login errors, it cannot save you from more sophisticated hacking attempts or brute force attacks, it is just to save you from guessing login combinations by humans.






That's it, comment Down What do you Think? have any better suggestions ?
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Tuesday, April 5, 2016

How To Remove Blogger Attribution Gadget

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How To Remove Blogger Attribution Gadget

The Attribution gadget is the gadget in the footer which says "Powered By Blogger". which i hate that display on my blog is kinda ugly, if you tried to remove this then you may of Noticed this Gadget is not removable from your blog, to remove it follow steps which is below:

How to Remove Blogger Attribution Gadget.

Step 1. Log into your Dashboard, go to Template > Edit HTML.

goto edit html

Step 2. Click anywhere inside code area and then press CTRL + F keys to open Blogger's Search Box.


Step 3. Type or Paste the </head> tag in side the search box then hit enter to find it.


Step 4. Just Above </head> tag add this code:
<style>
#Attribution1 {
display: none;
}
</style>


Step 5. Click on the Save Template button and Check your blog! that Ugly "Powered by Blogger" Attribution is Gone.


That's it, if you want to understand this little CSS code Just Hide That Attribution from Blog, nothing Rocket science is there, you will understand if you have knowledge of CSS.

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Sunday, February 21, 2016

How to Boost Your Traffic using Hashtags

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How to Boost Your Traffic using Hashtags
Source: socialmeep.com
hi,there i was very busy last couple of weeks do didn't write any article, sorry for that now i got some free time to write about how you can boost your website/blog traffic using right hashtag, we all know that hashtags are now in trend, people use hashtags for getting highlight on them when someone search relative keyword or hashtag.

hashtags are now supported by most of social networks, social network bring most of traffic, because people use it all time, and there are real people who uses no social networks so i am not talking about fake bot traffic, but real.

Monday, February 1, 2016

SEO Friendly URL Structure For Wordpress

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SEO Friendly URL Structure For Wordpress
Have you ever think what’s the most SEO friendly link structure in WordPress? most often asked this question by new users. That’s because in the past, the default WordPress URL structure was not SEO friendly at all. However that’s changed now. In this article, i will explain WordPress SEO friendly URLs, and how you can customize your WordPress permalinks.


Sunday, January 17, 2016

Best Wordress Social Sharing Plugins

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Best Wordress Social Sharing Plugins
Wordpress social sharing plugins is essential for every webmaster and Website Owner and Bloggers.

Every internet person have Social network Profiles, social networking sites like Facebook, Twitter, Google plus are use for entertainment as well as For Education , Lifestyle and Profession.
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