Forgetting passwords is a common problem for website users. As a website owner, it is important to have a forgot/reset password functionality in place to ensure that your users can regain access to their account. Gravity Forms is a popular WordPress plugin that can be used to create custom forms, including a Forgot/Reset Password form. Using this method allows users to keep their frontend forms with their own brand.
If you’re looking for a way to enhance your website’s security, you might want to consider using the WordPress plugin Enable Cloudflare Turnstile for Gravity Forms. Turnstile is a feature of Cloudflare that enables you to challenge visitors to your website with a CAPTCHA before allowing them to submit a form. This can help prevent spam, bots, and other malicious activity on your site.
The good news is that you don’t need to be a coding expert to enable Cloudflare Turnstile with Gravity Forms. Thanks to the WordPress plugin “Cloudflare Turnstile for Gravity Forms,” the process is straightforward and simple.
Recently I built a Two-Factor (2FA) Authentication via Email plugin for WordPress. It’s 2FA via email and a unique one-click login link that expires after 15 minutes. A preview of the plugin is below!
Two-factor authentication is an essential security feature that can help protect your WordPress site from unauthorized access. My 2FA plugin bypasses the need to use a code and instead it’a s simple one-click login link. This adds an extra layer of security to your site and helps to prevent unauthorized access.
Today I released a free WordPress plugin called Media Library File Size.
WordPress is an incredibly powerful platform for building websites and managing content, and the Media Library is a key feature that makes it easy to manage all of your images, videos, and other media files. However, if you have a large number of media files, it can be difficult to keep track of the file sizes and ensure that your website is running smoothly. That’s where the WordPress Media Library File Size plugin comes in.
I always think Runcloud is amazing, and with their own priority RunCache Purger plugin so that NGINX caches pages (which means it doesn’t need to pass through PHP – yay!), it’s an awesome tool however, WP Rocket is incompatible and vice-versa. I ❤️ WP Rocket, so I decided to create a mini WordPress plugin which bridges the gap!
The above image is a speed example of this blog post after being cached into NGINX and doing a hard refresh (CTRL + F5). 41ms response time! 😍
Today I want to write a little about this superb panel that I have never heard of before, yet, it’s jam packed with features all developers (and non developers) would love. It’s called aaPanel and it can be found here. It’s everything a developer dreams of with everything manageable within a GUI and it’s really all one click away, like setting up a nginx proxy server for example.