Most people do not bother changing the default WordPress database prefix (wp_) during its installation. This leaves your website vulnerable to mass attack of hackers and spammers. It’s easier for spammers and hackers to target a WordPress website with default database prefix.
So, don’t worry if you (deliberately ;)) forgot to change default database prefix while installing WordPress. You can take charge of WordPress security by following simple steps mentioned below. (more…)
We are going to create a simple WordPress theme to have the basic idea of WordPress theme development.
There will be five files in our theme:
- style.css – Will have the CSS style and theme information, like – author and other complimentary stuff
- index.php – Is the main webpage template
- header.php – Is template file for the header area of webpage
- sidebar.php – Is template file for the sidebar area (right side) of webpage
- footer.php – Is template file for the footer area of webpage
I am highlighting that issue here so that coders can keep this in mind while using window.onload event in their code next time.