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There’s a common misconception that because WordPress is open-source, it doesn’t provide the same level of security that other CMS platforms would. As the leading website design platform used on the Internet, we are happy to tell you that the built-in security features are often more robust than those you would find with competitors and there are several ways you can work to further improve that security. In this article, we will look at some easy ways to protect your WordPress website and maintain high levels of security.

If you are focusing on implementing a successful SEO strategy for your website, it is important to understand common HTTP status codes that could arise and the correct way to deal with them. While there are over 60 HTTP status codes currently in existence, there are a select few that are more critical for SEO success. In this article, we explore the HTTP status codes that you should know and how they can affect your SEO.

No matter what size your business may be, finding the right hosting plan for your website is incredibly important. With both Windows-based and Linux-based servers, Skynet Solutions is able to provide reliable web hosting to keep your website available online 24 hours a day and 7 days a week. But how do you know which hosting plan is right for you? In this article, we will look at the different hosting plans we offer and explain the benefits of each.

Improper website functionality can have a devastating impact on your search engine ranking as visitors get fed up with errors and leave, resulting in large bounce rates and decreased time spent on your pages. To help assist webmasters in determining what errors are affecting their websites, Skynet Solutions released a WordPress plugin to identify any plugin or script errors that may be occurring. With the release of Site Health Version 1.7.2, we expanded the support this plugin can provide. Let’s take a look at some of the new features.

With the growing importance of privacy awareness as a result of the new GDPR law that was implemented in the EU on May 25, 2018, WordPress is encouraging its users to take advantage of the new privacy features that are available in their most recent core update. This enforced law ensures that websites and the businesses that run them remain transparent about the personal data that they store, use or share. To help accommodate this transition, WordPress 4.9.6 has been released as a Privacy and Maintenance release.