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Learn about why strong security is important for your nonprofit's WordPress website and how to keep it safe from attacks.

Five WordPress Security Mistakes Your Nonprofit Is Making, #5 of 5: Not Backing Up Files

Learn how to build a security time machine into your WordPress website by backing up your website files every day.

Five WordPress Security Mistakes Your Nonprofit Is Making, #4 of 5: Using Short and Weak Passwords

Learn about how using short passwords in WordPress can make it easy for hackers to target your website – and a creative solution for this problem.

Five WordPress Security Mistakes Your Nonprofit Is Making, #3 of 5: Using Admin for Your Username

Learn why it’s important to change the default username on your nonprofit’s WordPress website so hackers can’t get in through your login page.

Five WordPress Security Mistakes Your Nonprofit Is Making, #2 of 5: Going Cheap with Website Hosting

Learn why using cheap web hosting can be a security risk for your nonprofit WordPress website and the benefits of using premium hosting.

Five WordPress Security Mistakes Your Nonprofit Is Making, #1 of 5: Not Regularly Updating Your Plugins

Learn why it’s important to update your nonprofit’s WordPress plugins and core files to keep your website files safe from hackers.

How to Supercharge Your Nonprofit’s WordPress Website for Social Media Sharing

Have you tried sharing your nonprofit’s WordPress blog posts or pages social media and quickly get frustrated? Well, you’re probably not alone.

Wondering What the Heck Happened to Your Editor in WordPress?

If your organization is freaked out about what happened to the editor in WordPress 5.0, we’ve got Gutenberg answers and solutions for you.

Why Monthly WordPress Care Matters

Just like a garden, a website needs constant care to thrive and grow. Learn why monthly software updates are important for a WordPress website.

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