WP Total Audit – Find And Fix Common WordPress Errors
For additional information on keeping WordPress secure and troubleshooting common WordPress errors, see the following sections:
(WP Total Audit – Find & fix common errors in WordPress)
After logging into thousands of WordPress sites while providing help or support for customers, the expert WordPress developers of WP Total Audit noticed the same installation or configuration mistakes being made over and over again, leaving the sites vulnerable to security attacks, plugin conflicts, etc.
Fortunately, these common mistakes are easy to fix and the WP Total Audit plugin provides ‘one-click’ fixes to from your dashboard. Whether you are a WordPress newbie or you have been using WordPress for years, WP Total Audit is a useful and inexpensive plugin that will automatically scan your site for security and performance loopholes and instantly alert you about any issues that need fixing …
(WP Total Audit – Find & fix 17 hidden WordPress dangers in seconds!)
WP Total Audit can be used in brand new or established WordPress sites and can be installed alongside other WordPress security plugins for hardened security.
Below are some testimonials from WP Total Audit users:
”One of the best plugins or probably the best plugins one can invest this year!” Richard Cheah
“I have a $250 plugin securing my site. This $9 plugin found errors and fixed them in a few seconds. Great.” Stig Solberg
This inexpensive plugin installs in seconds, can be used on all your WordPress sites, offers a 30-day money back guarantee and lifetime updates and support.
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