I have uploaded my lesser known email spam fighting plugin Transpose Email to WordPress Extend. So, now you can download and install and update the… Read More »Transpose Email now on WordPress Extend
I have updated my plugin Auto-Close Comments, Pingbacks and Trackbacks to include one main option, viz. the ability to keep certain posts open. You can… Read More »Auto-Close Comments, Pingbacks and Trackbacks Updated to 1.1
From my experience, one thing that most spammers do is try to post comments, pingbacks or trackbacks on your extremely old posts. If you are… Read More »WP-Plugin: Auto-Close Comments, Pingbacks and Trackbacks
Following Thilak’s results, I installed Peter’s Custom Anti-Spam Image Plugin for WordPress to test. I’m much against the idea of using Captcha for my blog,… Read More »Peter’s Custom Anti-Spam Image Plugin for WordPress
Blog spam is something that every blogger fears. Spam appears in different forms. It can vary from trackback or pingback spam, comment spam, deliberate harsh comments to email harvesting and spam resulting from it.
Spam cannot be stopped. But by following a few good steps you can protect yourself from it.
This tutorial will teach you how to protect your WordPress blog from spam.