Keep headers/logos under 125 pixels high. It takes up valuable viewing space, especially for laptop users, that is best left for the good stuff to appear"above the fold" Take a cue from the big companies, simple logos done well say it all. This is our #1 pet peeve - screaming logos and headers!
You can buy security plugins . There are safety plugins out there that promises optimum security for your own blog. One is known as secure your wordpress website Scan. The system is continuously scanned by this plugin for improving the safety. That the system check my blog can not be penetrated by new 9, it also updates the security.
I might find it a little harder to crack your top article password if you're one of the ones that are proactive. But if you're one of the ones that are responsive, I might just get you.
I don't think there is a person out there that after learning just how much of a problem WordPress hacking is that it is a fantastic idea. However is that when it comes to securing their sites, bloggers seem to be stuck in this state.
It's really sexy to fan the flames of fear. That's what journalists and bloggers and politicians and public figures mostly Going Here do. It's great for readership and it brings money. Balderdash.
Do not use wp_. Web hosting providers are eliminating that default but if yours doesn't, fix wp_ to anything else but that.