Passwords & Rea_MeM_8Ereeng Them

If you are like me, you can create wonderfully secure passwords that you think you will never forget. However, when it comes time to enter them, your mind draws a blank. Earlier I wrote about using a password vault such as Keypass. I came across this article by Kevan Lee on Lifehacker entitled, “Four Methods […]

Wordfence – Slowed Site to a Crawl?

I recently found one downside to Wordfence recently. On a website I manage, it used up enough resources that slowed down my website to a crawl even with cache option enabled. I was using a high-speed connection and yet it took about 2-3 minutes for the site to display. The way this website is constructed is more […]

Wordfence Revisited

As I continue to use Wordfence and have started to use it on other sites, I grow to appreciated more and more. I already mentioned the ability to block specific IP addresses in an earlier post “Wordfence Live Monitoring Plugin for WordPress” and some of the reports the plugin is able to generate. Today, I would […]

Photoshop For Beginners Bookazine

I had some time to learn some more Photoshop. The lesson related to creating a “Horror/Sci-Fi” movie poster. Here are the results. Of course I had to play around with the credit a little…. The lesson comes from a “Bookazine” called Photoshop for Beginners by IP Imagine Publishing. I have been playing around with Photoshop from […]

Wordfence Live Monitoring Plugin for WordPress

A goal of every blogger and website designer is to have people view and read you site. It is only natural. After all we spend countless hours trying to design a great looking website that is easy to use with content that people want to read. However, one of the things that will ruin any […]