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Web Design Using WordPress in Kenya

Truehost Cloud offers the best services in web design using WordPress in Kenya. Our most popular web design tool is WordPress. WordPress runs about 33% of websites in the world. Similarly, web design in Nairobi is also majorly based on WordPress. It’s vast usage makes it easy to learn as getting help with it is easier compared to other content management systems. Learning how to develop WordPress sites is becoming more and more crucial. More companies and individuals are in need of websites hence web design using WordPress in Kenya is a very marketable skill.

With WordPress, you do not need to master web development languages such as HTML, PHP or CSS. Everything is put together for you so that your job is simply to select preferences. It is also easy to learn, as there exists many online resources and a vibrant online community that tackles issues relating to web design using WordPress.

How to secure your WordPress site.

Although it’s popularity also means it’s easily targeted by hackers, WordPress is the best CMS to use for your site. You can secure it against hackers by applying some general guidelines then enjoy the benefits web design using WordPress.

Here are some guidelines on how to secure a WordPress site.

1. Install SSL for the site. SSL certificates play an important role in online security. Ensure you encrpt website using SSL to protect it from eavesdropping.

2. Regularly update themes/plugins. Regularly update your themes and plugins to ensure security loop holes are patched.

3. Use themes/plugins from reliable sources. Not all themes/plugins are created securely. Make use of these components only if they come from reliable developers who take online security seriously.

4. Turn On Mod Security in the cPanel whenever you arent updating the website to ensure malicious upload s are blocked.

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