I've run across a few too many sites lately that have gotten hacked and will be expensive to fix or are broken beyond repair. Restoring backups can remedy this, but if the probalem is not caught in time, backups don't help. Sites get hacked primarily because of WordPress
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Building a web site is a 4-step process: 1.) Register a domain name. 2.) Set up a hosting account. 3.) Build the web site. (Preferably with WordPress.) 4.) Market the site.
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FTP, or File Transfer Protocol, is the process of connecting to your web site to upload or download files. If you don’t have FTP software, I recommend FileZilla which you can download for free from http://filezilla-project.org/ Here are the settings you’ll need