If you are using WordPress, there is a free plugin which acts like a firewall and it blocks the traffic from fake bots (it also continuously monitors your website for malware and spam). It’s called Wordfence. Unfortunately there isn’t any commercial similar plugin on Envato Market, but you could use this one. I use it on all the WordPress websites and I’m very happy about it, because I don’t have to deal with spam or scammers and I don’t have to manually edit the .htaccess files.
Here are a couple of suggestions:http://themeforest.net/item/bookish-theme-for-book-authors-marketers/5114333?WT.oss_phrase=writer&WT.oss_rank=8&WT.z_author=CrunchPress&WT.ac=search_thumb
I have purchased this one too, it comes just in time for something I needed for. The download speed is a bit slow though, 28 minutes and I have a high connection speed….
Anyway, an amazing collection of songs, thank you for this pack !
To all the beautiful children in the world, Merry Christmas!
I really hope they will enjoy a moment of happiness!
Maybe security companies create spam and malware, then they create protection against them….and voila! they gain celebrity, advertising and self promotion! It might be…..
One major difference is the support…..”INTERACTIVE WORLD MAPS” seems to have all questions answered in the comments section, while “GOOGLE INTERACTIVE MAPS” has 6 months old questions which are not answered yet. Otherwise the functionality seems pretty much the same, it depends what you wish to accomplish with the plugin.
You can get rid of the duplicated content after import only in two ways:
1) either manually (deleting all duplicaetd menus, posts, pages, etc)
2) either using the WP Reset plugin: https://wordpress.org/plugins/wordpress-reset/ (the plugin will remove all the content from your database, resets the WordPress database back to its defaults and leave the default theme activated and all themes files intact)
Though I know Italian too, can we keep please the forum posts in English please? There are about 6000 languages on Earth right now, but I’m sure we don’t want to see threads in 6000 languages.
Is it a good practice to do that on my own item, when answering support questions? In case I have online resources that are helpful, I’d link them there all the time.
I think doing that on your items is allowed, I have seen a lot of top authors on themeforest doing this when they reply to requests posted in the comments section (they usually put links to documentation, to the support forum, to online resources, etc)