5 Ways to Turbo-charge Your WordPress Website, Part 4
One of the earliest, most intriguing features of a WordPress website design was the ability to carry on a dialogue with your audience. As wonderful as this functionality was it has since gone the way of the dinosaur thanks in large part to Facebook and Twitter but mostly due to the fact that a huge portion of website comments are spam.
In our forth installment of how to turbo-charge your WordPress website, we’re going to break from the norm and recommend that comments not only be turned off for good – and that you empty everything from the comments spam queue.
Although it’s a rather minor tweak in the on-going effort to turbo-charge your website design, the much larger benefit is of course securing your website from would-be attackers and a majority of those attacks are going to come by way of comments.