Want to clean up redundant code on your WordPress site and improve its security? It’s a great idea to disable the WordPress REST API. Let’s look at all the ways how to do it. WordPress REST API – what is it and how does it work? As we wrote in one of the previous articles,… Continue reading How to disable the WordPress REST API?
Do you want to hide all external resources on your blog from search engines? A good option would be to close WordPress links from indexing. Let’s figure out how to do it right. Does it need to be closed? YES! A large number of links to external resources are regarded by search engines as link… Continue reading How to disable WordPress links from indexing
Ever since the release of WordPress version 4.2, support for Emoji emoticons appeared in the core. It is implemented using the Twemoji external library from Twitter, and the emoji images are loaded from the WordPress.org server. You can disable emoji support using the plugin. There are a number of reasons why site owners will want… Continue reading How to Disable Emoji in WordPress