In a default WordPress installation, the robots.txt file does not exist in your web site’s root directory. WordPress dynamically generates robots.txt content for your web site when it receives a request for the robots.txt file. The technique shown in this article will modify the contents of WordPress’ dynamically generated robots.txt contents.
Learn how to fix problems that can occur on your WordPress site when you use DISABLE_WP_CRON with a “real” cron job.
The WordPress codex mentions using Unix Domain Sockets for database connections. But does it improve performance? This article explains how to use Unix Domain Sockets and tests their performance.
This article outlines how to use CloudFlare Firewall Rules to add additional protection to the WordPress login page. In addition, protection against exploits on vulnerable plugins and rogue file uploads is provided too. Rules updated: Jan/21/2021.