Spam is unwanted and unsolicited content, typically in the form of comments or messages, that can harm the user experience and security of a WordPress website.
Splog is a type of spam blog that is created automatically by software bots and can harm the reputation of a WordPress website.
SSL is a security protocol that encrypts data transmitted between a user's browser and a website, ensuring that sensitive information such as login credentials and payment details are protected, and is essential for any WordPress site that handles user data.
Static Front Page
A static front page is a fixed webpage that serves as the homepage of a WordPress website, displaying the same content to all visitors.
A stylesheet is a file containing a set of rules that define the visual appearance of a WordPress website, including fonts, colors, layout, and other design elements.
A subdomain in Wordpress is a separate section of a website that can be used to organize content or create a distinct area for a specific purpose, such as a blog or online store.
A subfolder in Wordpress is a directory within the main installation folder that can contain additional files and folders for organizing content and functionality.
A Subscriber in Wordpress is a user role that has the ability to view and comment on posts, but cannot create or edit content.
A tag is a keyword or label assigned to a piece of content in WordPress, allowing for easy categorization and organization of posts.
Taxonomy in Wordpress is a way of organizing and categorizing content, similar to how variables and functions are organized in code.