July 17, 2018

How to Create a custom Settings Page For WordPress Plugins

Most of the plugins we use in WordPress probably have a Settings page that allows users to set up or update options according to their preferences. This can increase your plugin’s usability. In this article, we will show you how to create a custom Settings page and its submenu easily with Settings API. Register the plugin…

June 25, 2018

Media Vault vs Prevent Direct Access

Prevent Direct Access Gold and Media Vault are the only 2 solid WordPress plugins we’re aware of that allow you to protect file uploads from public access. Media Vault: Protect Attachment Files First of all, Media Vault is undoubtedly a terrific plugin. It’s probably a pioneer plugin in protecting WordPress files from public access. Despite the…

June 3, 2018

Prevent Direct Access Gold Version 3.0 is Awesome

While Prevent Direct Access Gold version 2.0 is a complete change for the better and could be considered a success, our team knows we need to continue reinventing ourselves and WordPress Prevent Direct Access to Media. The new version would not be about minor updates nor incremental improvements. It must be a game changer for both…

May 15, 2018

From Unlimited to Pro

We offered “Unlimited” pricing plan last year as we launched Prevent Direct Access Gold version 2.0. The Unlimited was meant to help people who would love to use our Gold version on more websites than usual. For example, Unlimited was a great fit for those used WordPress multisite network, multiple websites at subdomains or staging…

May 6, 2018

WordPress Posts vs Pages

WordPress Posts vs Pages

WordPress, although started as a blogging platform, is now well-known as a robust content management system (CMS). In other words, WordPress helps us manage and organize our website’s content easier and faster, if not almost effortless. There are 2 ways to create content for your WordPress websites: WordPress Posts vs Pages. At first glance, they…

September 2, 2017

WordPress Categories vs Tags

In the previous lesson, we’ve discussed the differences between posts and pages. If your website is not just a corporate ‘static’ website, chances are you’re gonna have at least some posts. You would likely, as a result, need to categorize and tag them to make it easier for your readers to find and browse your…