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Twitter Logo 25 Must Follow Web Design Twitter Accounts

Ever since its launch in 2006, Twitter has been a huge source of information for web design enthusiasts. With over 550,000,000 users, Twitter is one of the hottest places to stay connected and gain information. Whether it be from friends and family, celebrities, or your favorite companies or blogs, Twitter is a great place to get all the information your want/need in one spot.

Awesome statistics aside, Twitter is home to many different web design related accounts, all of which are tweeting constantly throughout the day and night. I decided to compile a list of some of the best web design related Twitter accounts to follow.

1. 1st Web Designer @1stwebdesigner

Founded in 2008 by Dainis Graveris, 1st Web Designer is a great source for web design tutorials and articles. 1st Web Design also tweets web design related articles from other design blogs.

1st Web Designer Twitter Account @1stwebdesigner

2. Onextrapixel @onextrapixel

A great resource site for designers and developers, onextrapixel publishes articles on tutorials, tips, and resources for web designers and developers.

Onextrapixel Twitter Account @onextrapixel

3. Designmodo @Designmodo

Officially launched in 2011, Designmodo quickly grew into one of the most popular design blogs on the planet. Great for both web designers and web developers, Designmodo provides quality articles and quality products in their shop which inlude PSD and HTML UI kits and graphics.

Designmodo Twitter Account @Designmodo

4. Web Design Tuts @wdtuts

I’m sure most of you have heard of at least one of the Tuts Plus sub sites, Web Design Tuts focuses on tutorials, articles, and tips specifically for web designers.

Web Design Tuts Twitter Account @wdtuts

5. Web Design Ledger @webdesignledger

Web Design Ledger is another popular blog site for web designers. They only tweet once or twice per day, but most of their articles are very helpful and informative so following them is well worth it.

Web Design Ledger Twitter Account @webdesignledger

6. CSS Tricks @Real_CSS_Tricks

One of my favorite web blogs, CSS Tricks is run by Chris Coyier who is a CSS guru of sorts. CSS Tricks is a little more advanced and development related, but there are tons of useful tutorial articles, code snippets, and WordPress related posts.

CSS Tricks Twitter Account @Real_CSS_Tricks

7. SitePoint @sitepointdotcom

SitePoint is a great place to learn web design, they tweet regularly and even respond to most tweets users tweet them. SitePoint also has a forum you can join that’s filled with helpful people and a shop with some great learning books.

SitePoint Twitter Account @sitepointdotcom

8. Six Revisions @sixrevisions

Launched in 2008, Six Revisions is a great source for web design related articles and tutorials. Their Twitter account is maintained by Jacob Gube who is the founder of Six Revisions and a web designer himself.

Six Revisions Twitter Account @sixrevisions

9. Smashing Magazine @smashingmag

Smashing Magazine is a very well known online web designer magazine that publishes some great articles on web design. Smashing Magazine also publishes some very useful books, including my favorite, Smashing WordPress.

Smashing Magazine Twitter Account @smashingmag

10. Web Designer Depot @DesignerDepot

Perhaps one of the most well known web design blogs, Webdesigner Depot is constantly tweeting great articles and useful links for web design throughout the day. They publish some great tutorial articles and keep current with all the latest trends.

Web Designer Depot Twitter Account @DesignerDepot

11. topdesignmag @topdesignmag

A great blog for design inspiration, Top Design Mag tweets some great giveaways of various products so keep an eye on them.

topdesignmag Twitter Account @topdesignmag

12. Line25 @line25blog

Another great blog for inspiration, Line 25 tweets everything from tutorials to showcases. Line 25 is updated by Chris Spooner, founder of the SpoonGraphics blog.

Line25 Twitter Account @line25blog

13. Speckyboy @speckyboy

Run by Paul Andrew, Speckyboy tweets a variety of articles on everything from graphic design to web design. He tweets regularly and throughout the day, usually 5+ times a day.

Speckyboy Twitter Account @speckyboy

14. Creative Bloq @CreativeBloq

CreativeBloq is a great Twitter account to follow for web design inspiration. They tweet frequently through all hours of the day and their site is run by professionals (it’s a sub site of NetMag) so you know the content is trustworthy.

Creative Bloq Twitter Account @CreativeBloq

15. DesignM.ag @DesignMagTweets

Although they don’t tweet as regularly as others, DesignMa.g is a useful resource for web design and development tutorials.

DesignM.ag Twitter Account @DesignMagTweets

16. Hey, designer! @HeyDesigner

Hey, designer! sends tweets throughout the day of curated articles relating to web design and development from various websites across the globe. All articles are handpicked by the site owner so no spam ever gets tweeted.

Hey, designer! Twitter Account @HeyDesigner

17. Smashing Apps @SmashingApps

Smashing Apps is a useful Twitter to follow for design inspiration, resources, and tutorials. You can expect only one or two tweets per day from smashing apps.

Smashing Apps Twitter Account @SmashingApps

18. instantShift @instantshift

Instant shift is a good place for web design and development resources, like some of the others they only tweet a few times a day so following them won’t clutter up your twitter feed.

instantShift Twitter Account @instantshift

19. Designrfix @Designrfix

Designrfix tweets articles from their blog and curated articles from others that are submitted to the news section via their website. They tweet in packs of up to 10 tweets at various times of the day. Articles they tweet are hand picked as well and all posts submitted are moderated to insure zero spam.

Designrfix Twitter Account @Designrfix

20. Inspired Magazine @inspiredmag

A good source for design inspiration, Inspired Magazine tweets various links throughout the day to help keep you inspired.

Inspired Magazine Twitter Account @inspiredmag

21. Zenith Blog @thezenithblog

Formerly called Top Creative Mag, Zenith Blog was founded by web designer Ricardo Nunes and features various articles on web design, photography, resources, tips, and tutorials.

Zenith Blog Twitter Account @thezenithblog

22. CrazyLeaf Design @crazyleaf

Crazy Leaf is a great place for web design resources, inspiration, and tutorials. They also regularly tweet out user submitted articles from their design news website Zabox.

CrazyLeaf Design Twitter Account @crazyleaf

23. SpyreStudios @SpyreStudios

SpyreStudios is another good account to follow on Twitter. They tweet out some interesting and inspiring articles at various times of the day including tip and tutorial articles.

SpyreStudios Twitter Account @SpyreStudios

24. The Web Blend @TheWebBlend

The Web Blend is another user submitted design article related site that tweets out the most popular articles from their website. They have a good collection of web design tweets that is constantly growing.

The Web Blend Twitter Account @TheWebBlend

25. Enfuzed @EnfuzedWeb

Of course we have to list ourselves, no not because we’re cocky, but because we have some very inspiring web design related articles on Enfuzed. We also like to send out a few tweets per day on articles worth mentioning from other web design blogs.

Enfuzed Twitter Account @EnfuzedWeb

Know of anymore great web design Twitter accounts to follow? Feel free to comment the @ username below!

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15 Common SEO Mistakes by Enfuzed

SEO, or Search Engine Optimization, is a key aspect every website owner needs to take into account. Without proper SEO knowledge though, it’s easy for someone to destroy their websites’ reputation with search engines. Being able to rank well in search engines and having a search engine friendly website is of key importance in building your popularity and getting noticed on the web.

Below we will cover some of the most common SEO mistakes that people make and we will explain in detail why these mistakes can hurt your website.

Keyword targeting is one of the bigger mistakes people make and that is why most of the following mistakes we have listed are to do with keywords.

1. Targeting Unrealistic Keywords

This is one of the most common mistakes people make when trying to do SEO on their own. Trying to target keywords that get 100k+ monthly searches is going to get you no where and will be near impossible to rank in. The best thing you could do is target low competition keywords that get 25k or less monthly searches, these will be easier to rank high in.

2. Targeting Too Many Keywords

Trying to target too many keywords can become somewhat overwhelming when doing SEO for a website. It’s not a good idea to target a ton of keywords, especially ones that are not found within your website, because it’s just that much more work trying to target a ton of keywords. Keep it simple and to only those things related to your website, I would recommend starting with 10 keywords.

3. Not Using Long Tail Keywords

This common SEO mistake can cost you valuable traffic. I see it all the time, people will target one word keywords which are way too broad most of the time and don’t even help you in getting traffic. For example, let’s say you are a dentist and you use “dentist” as a keyword in your website. Realistically how many people search just the word “Dentist” on Google? Hardly any, most of the time if a person is looking for a dentist, they will search “Dentist St. Louis Missouri” (or wherever they are looking for a dentist).

This is where targeting long tail keywords will greatly help your website. If you use “Dentist St. Louis Missouri” as a keyword you will have a better chance and easier time ranking high for that search term, plus a better chance of conversion. Something you have to be careful of when using long tail keywords is avoiding stop words. Stop words are words like “and”, “the”, and “in” and these need to be avoided when using long tail keywords.

4. Copying Competitor Keywords

A thought that many of SEO beginners have is “Hey I’ll just copy my competitor’s keywords and I’ll be able to rank right next to them”. This is not a good way of thinking becuase how do you know your competitor’s keywords are the right ones to be targeting? Also, copying competitor keywords will just increase competition on those keywords. So it’s a good idea to be unique and target your own keywords that relate to your website.

Now I’m not saying that you should not use any keywords that your competitor is using, but you should be weary of the keywords they are using and know why they are using them.

5. Targeting Irrelevant Keywords

This is not much of a big issue anymore, but some people still use this “un-ethical” way of trying to generate traffic to their website. What I mean by targeting irrelevant keywords is, trying to target keywords just because the keywords have a high search volume, even though they have nothing to do with what your website is about. An example of this would be using the keyword “Justin Bieber” for a website with a niche of Nascar racing. In no way do these two things relate.

As stupid as this sounds, people do it, and not only is this a bad idea but Google will see this as “spamming” and your website could risk being removed from Google and blacklisted.

6. Overusing Keywords in Page Copy

When search engines crawl a website, they can tell if it is actual useful content or if it is just a page trying to rank keywords. That being said, overusing keywords in page copy to try and get it to rank high in search engines will not work. Not only will it fail to rank but it looks stupid and is, in most cases, a headache for users to try and read. So it’s a basic lose lose scenario, you’ll lose search rank for that page as well as readership.

7. Out of Date Content

One of the main things Google and other search engines look at when crawling a website is how up to date it is. Search engines love fresh content and regularly updated pages and they are more likely to crawl your website more often if they know it is updated regularly. Why? Because search engines want to show results to users that are up to date and relevant, they don’t want to be sending their users to websites that are outdated and no longer offer updated content.

So it’s a good idea to keep the content on your website up to date so that it has a better chance of being crawled more often. An easy way to do this would be to put a blog on your website. Having a blog is a great way to make sure your website is always posting fresh content.

8. Poorly Built Website

A website that is not structured to meet web standards and has errors makes it harder for search engine bots to crawl. If your website has 404 errors and redirect errors search engine bots will have a hard time crawling your website, and in some cases, will just leave your website and deem it un-crawlable.

9. No Alt or Title Tags for Images

Putting in alt and title tags on images is something countless website owners and even web designers/developers don’t take the time to do. Most people think that alt and title tags for images are only set in place for screen readers and/or they just decide it’s not worth their time. This is a big misconception, alt and title tags can help greatly in SEO for search engine image searches.

You focus all your time on ranking high in web results for search engines, but what about image searches? People search for images all the time and when they click through on an image that’s more traffic for you right? Whether your website specializes in images (like ours) or not, it’s very important that you optimize the images across your website.

10. No Meta Keywords or Description

It’s a no brainer that you should have a meta description and keywords in the head of each page on your website. This helps search engines determine what the web page is about. The keywords you include for each page should relate to that page and also be found on that page somewhere within the content.

If you have keywords in your meta that have no relation to what your website is about  just for the purpose of trying to boost traffic, search engines will see this as spamming (which we will get to later) and your website could be blacklisted. So it’s important to make sure your keywords relate to the page and it’s content.

11. Optimizing for Domain Name Instead of Keywords

You can visit almost any website and see this common mistake. Here is what I mean by optimizing for domain name instead of keywords: Instead of putting keywords in your websites title, you only put the site name, leaving out keywords. This causes search engines to rank your site based on it’s name rather than what the site is about.

As an example, look at our website, we have the keywords “Web Design and Graphic Design Blog”. Rather than just put the name of the website “Enfuzed”, we included a keyword description in the website title. Why? Because if users are in search of web design or graphic design website they aren’t going to type in “Enfuzed” in their search engines. They are going to type in “web design” or “graphic design”. Make sense? With that said, it’s important that you optimize your site for the keywords above all before optimizing for the name of your domain or company.

12. Spamming

Spamming is defined as any kind of technique used to falsely improve your website’s position or ranking in search engine listings. As most of you know, this is a big and on going issue around the internet. A lot of us get spam comments on our website on a daily basis, usually which include a non relevant or broad comment that includes random keywords that they are trying to rank a website for. This is a poor way to try and rank your site and search engines will see this and punish you for it.

Other forms of spamming include keyword littered pages (as explained above), using extremely small text, having duplicated content (content stolen from other websites), hidden links, typo spam (using misspelled keywords to try and gain lost traffic), and cloaking. Those are just a few things search engines see as spamming.

13. No Deep Links

Deep Links are links that point to a specific page on a website other than the home page. Having deep links is very beneficial in getting your website better indexed for what it is about. This mainly because deep links point to a specific page and, more than likely, you have a lot more information across various pages of your website other than just the homepage.

With that said, it is important to get your entire website indexed for chances of getting found on searches and also so search engines can gain better knowledge on your website and what it has to offer. So when building backlinks for your website (whether it be through signature links or comment links) be sure to make some of those backlinks deep links rather than just linking them all to your homepage.

14. No Internal Links

Internal links are links on your site that link to different pages on your website. Having internal links can help give search bots an easier way to crawl through your website and get it indexed properly. Having internal links can also help visitors navigate through your website more easily and can even help them discover more that your website has to offer.

An important key to remember when using internal links is using proper anchor text for the links. For example, let us say you have a blog and in that blog you have a link to your about page with the anchor text “click here” (example: To learn more about us click here). Do you think the search engine is going to know what that link means if it just has “click here” as the anchor text? Proper anchor text for this link would be “about us” (example: Check out our about us page to learn more). This can help search engines find more relevance in the internal links when they are crawling your website.

15. Purchasing Cheap Backlinks

One big mistake that many website owners make when trying to get their website ranked high within a quick period of time with minimal effort is purchasing backlinks. Most of time the people who sell you these cheap links are doing something bad (bad in the search engines eyes). A good example of this is forum or blog comment links.

I’m sure you’ve gotten them on your website/blog before or have at least been to a website or blog that has had one of these link comments. As mentioned above in the spamming section, these comments are usually very broad comments with poor English such as “great blog, I like the read”, they then include a random keyword with a link to another website. This is something you don’t want, having a bunch of spam links on various websites or blogs linking to your website will give you a bad rep. Google and other search engines will see this as a form of spamming and punish your website for this.

I hope everyone can take something away from this article, feel free to comment some other common SEO mistakes below that I may have missed.

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Responsive Website Design Infographic Created by Hall Internet Marketing

Responsive web design has taken the web by storm, and for good reason. It should be every designer/developer’s job to design and create a website that can be responsive to fit all device sizes to ensure optimal viewing pleasure for the user.

Some of you though may be asking yourselves what exactly is responsive design? Hall Internet Marketing created this infographic, responsive website design, to help explain was responsive design is and how it works.

Created by Hall Internet Marketing

Responsive Website Design Infographic Created by Hall Internet Marketing

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Mac Book Air and Thunderbolt Display PSD by Jozef Mak

The best way to display one of your new web or user interface designs is realistically, on a computer screen. Today’s freebie, a mac book air and thuunderbolt display, can help you do just that. This free PSD is brought to you courtesy of Jozef Mak, a graphic and web designer from Slovakia. You can give your thanks to him via his Twitter or Dribbble.

Mac Book Air / Thunderbolt Display PSD by Jozef Mak

Mac Book Air and Thunderbolt Display PSD by Jozef Mak

**Click the title link or the image to direct to the download page**

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UI UX Web Designer Jakub Antalik

If you’re a UI/UX designer then you’ve more than likely heard of Jakub Antalik or have at least come across some of his work. Jakub is a UI, UX, and Web Designer from Slovakia and founder of Scrape apps and Tasky. We have featured some of his work on Enfuzed as well in the 25 stunning mobile UI examples. Myself being a fan of Jakub’s work, decided to set up an interview with him to get to know him and his background a little better.

You can follow Jakub Antalik on:

Where are you from?

Slovakia. Banská Bystrica, a little city near High Tatras.

Where do you currently reside?

Bratislava, capital of Slovakia.

How old are you?

23

How many years have you been doing UI/UX design?

For about 3 years.

What made you want to become a UI/UX designer?

In the past I worked as a webdesigner in the internet agency. But I love new technologies and applications so I started spending more time with UI/UX works, and it is funier for me.

What University did you attend and what is your degree in?

I was studying economics at University in Prague, but I didn’t finish it, I chose a graphic designer career.

Where did you land your first UI/UX related job?

It was in Prague, accidentally I got some UI job and I was lucky for a really good client, so it was great experience for me.

What are your 3 favorite projects you have worked on/created?

For sure it is Taasky, because it is my own project :) Email client and calendar app.

Tasky

Tasky App by Jakub Antalik

Tasky App by Jakub Antalik

Email Client

Email Client by Jakub Antalik

Email Client by Jakub Antalik

Calender App

Calender App by Jakub Antalik

Calender App by Jakub Antalik

How much time do you spend per project on average?

It really depends from project but it is around 50-100 hours.

What is your favorite non-design related hobby?

I love taking photos, doing some sports like basketball, volleyball or table tennis. Also I like reading books.

Who/Where do you draw your inspiration from?

Lots of beautiful and inspirational stuff you can find on Dribbble, Behance and sometimes I find inspiration in everyday life.

What design tools/software do you use?

Photoshop and Wacom tablet.

Xbox or Playstation?

Playstation

Mac or PC?

Mac

Chrome, Firefox, or Safari?

Chrome

What would your last meal ever be?

Bryndzové halušky – it is a traditional slovak meal.

What is your favorite book?

Catch 22

What is your favorite movie?

Matrix

What is your favorite social media network?

Dribbble

What are some of your future goals?

My goal is to be the best UI and UX designer. I want to improve myself in UX skills and interaction design in the future. I want to work for the best and coolest apps. Also I want to finish some of my own projects. And of course to be happy. :)

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Top 10 Reasons People Leave Your Website Infographic created by Enfuzed

You may remember our post awhile back on top 10 reasons why people leave your website listing common reasons you lose traffic. I decided to take that information and create an Infographic out of it. The reason you may be losing traffic is more than likely a cause of one of these things listed in this Infographic which covers everything from a slow loading website, to poor design and content.

If you would like a more in depth explanation on any of the following reasons visit the full article on Top 10 Reason People Leave Your Website. If you decide to show this Infographic on your website or blog please make sure you credit us with a link back to this page.

Created by Enfuzed

Top 10 Reasons People Leave Your Website Infographic created by Enfuzed

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Useful WordPress Plugins

As a rule, when designers start a new project they’re using the same array of technical tricks as in previous projects. In this blog post let’s focus on useful WordPress plugins that cover all aspects i.e. all parts of the site, including security, imagery, promotion, SEO, eCommerce, etc.

Our list includes only those plugins which are maintained and supported, be sure that you’ll get a response from developers if something goes wrong. Plugins that won’t work are not included into this round-up.

When creating the list I wasn’t pursuing the aim to gather a large number of plugins, no one needs huge lists. For each aspect I’ve chosen the best, in my opinion. Browse through the list, and don’t forget to submit your opinion at the bottom.

BTW, if you think that some plugins needs to be included into the round-up, submit the link into the comments and add some brief description. Thanks in advance.

Alpine PhotoTile for Instagram

Alpine Photo Tile for Instagram

Requires: 2.8 or higher
Compatible up to: 3.5.2
Last Updated: 2013-7-20
Downloads: 30,846

Are you a heavy Instagram user? Then probably you’d want to integrate some shots from a specific profile or group of tags. Check out the Alpine PhotoTile plugin, with its help embedding Instagram photos is no longer a problem. There are several options of integration either by URL or to the slideshow. Embedding widget is possible with the help of a shortcode.

Notable features:

  • Embed into sidebar, post or page
  • Multiple customization styles
  • Slideshow presentation of shots
  • Widget is embedded via shortcode

WP User Avatar

WP User Avatar WordPress Plugin

Requires: 3.5 or higher
Compatible up to: 3.6
Last Updated: 2013-8-7
Downloads: 92,662

Seems like using images from Gravatar is pretty boring, if you want to add a bit of user profile customization to your site WP User Avatar plugin is specifically for you. All images are uploaded via gallery as any other image used for the post.

Notable features:

  • Upload your avatar to your WP Avatar setting
  • Show Gravatar avatar if WP User avatar is not available
  • Disable easily Gravatar images
  • Contributors and Subscribers have the rights to upload avatars

Related Posts by Zemanta

Related Posts WordPress Plugin by Zemanta

Requires: 3.3 or higher
Compatible up to: 3.6
Last Updated: 2013-7-8
Downloads: 24,705

Increasing traffic is a real problem for every site owner. Here is a great solution for you – Zemanta. With its help you can bring more visitors to your blog or site from across the web.

Jetpack

Jetpack WordPress Plugin

Requires: 3.5 or higher
Compatible up to: 3.6
Last Updated: 2013-8-6
Downloads: 6,246,151

Back in those days WordPress had some features that were later omitted. With Jetpack plugin you’ll be able to get back all those features to your self-hosted website.

Notable features:

  • Simple e-mail subscription to your blog post and comments
  • Social media enable comments
  • Embedded WP.me url shortener
  • Media embedding from side sources
  • Automatic posting to social media profiles

WordPress SEO

WordPress SEO WordPress Plugin

Requires: 3.3 or higher
Compatible up to: 3.6
Last Updated: 2013-7-3
Downloads: 5,627,117

SEO still means a lot for your website. There is a great number of tools that really help improve SEO. If you’re looking for one of these, WordPress SEO by Yoast is the right choice. It was developed by a WP SEO consultant and WP developer and made sure that all aspects of SEO were taken into consideration.

Contact Form 7

Contact Form 7 WordPress Plugin

Requires: 3.5 or higher
Compatible up to: 3.6
Last Updated: 2013-8-8
Downloads: 12,013,803

With Check out one of the best contact form managers. With Contact form 7 you can easily manage number of forms and with the help of simple mark-up. Contact from 7 supports Ajax, CAPTCHA and Akismet spam filtering.

NextGEN Gallery

NextGEN Gallery

Requires: 3.5 or higher
Compatible up to: 3.5.2
Last Updated: 2013-7-30
Downloads: 7,759,357

Check out one of the best WordPress gallery plugins – NextGEN Gallery. As you can see, there are more than 7,7 million downloads. So many people can’t be mistaken. This plugin offers immense abilities for managing the imagery content of your site/blog.

Notable features:

  • Uploading and managing image galleries
  • Batch uploads
  • Meta data import
  • Adding, deleting, rearranging and sorting available
  • Thumbnail editor
  • Slideshows and thumbnail galleries on board

WooCommerce

WooCommerce eCommerce WordPress Plugin

Requires: 3.5 or higher
Compatible up to: 3.6 beta 3
Last Updated: 2013-7-19
Downloads: 1,251,737

Today even a lazy-bone has an online store. If you have a WordPress-powered site you can turn it easily into a store. All you need is a WooCommerce plugin that is pretty easy to configure. The features below will give you a know why you should use this plugin.

  • Accept credit cards and PayPal payments
  • Simple offline gateways
  • Ship your items using a flat cost
  • Ship for free, or require a coupon to enable
  • Powerful analytics, including eCommerce tracking
  • Social media integration
  • Encourage your customers to share their purchases in return for a coupon

User Role Editor

User Role Editor WordPress Plugin

Requires: 3.5 or higher
Compatible up to: 3.6
Last Updated: 2013-8-2
Downloads: 739,192

Seems like, setting roles for users in standard WordPress admin is a bit too boring. Consider User Role Editor for this purpose, apart from changing a role of a specific user you can change a bunch of capabilities (see the screenshot below).

User Role Editor Capabilities

Bulletproof Security

Bulletproof Security WordPress Plugin

Requires: 3.0 or higher
Compatible up to: 3.6
Last Updated: 2013-8-1
Downloads: 779,205

Protect your site against XSS, CRLF, RFI, Code Injection and SQL Injection hacking attempts. With Bulletproof Protection plugin you’ll be to enable one-click protection for your WordPress site. Built-in .htaccess file editing, uploading and downloading.

Notable features:

  • Brute Force Login Security Protection
  • Logged DB Fields
  • Email Alerting Options
  • Dynamic DB Form
  • Enhanced Search
  • Stand-alone Unlock Form bpsunlock.php

Well I hope this list was helpful for you. If you live your WordPress life a bunch of great plugins is exactly what you need. Stay tuned to get all the latest updates.

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