WordPress is wonderfully easy to use and, at the same time, tremendously complex.

If your site is built on WordPress, check out the infographic below to learn about some common errors. Some errors are an invitation to hackers – kinda like leaving the keys in your car while you run in to the store. Other errors are not as bad, but they make you look, well, silly.

15 WordPress User Errors That Make You Look Silly [Infographic]

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Here’s a recap:

  1. Slow Load Times
  2. The White Screen of Death
  3. Connection Errors
  4. The “Just Another WordPress Blog” tagline
  5. Site De-Indexed Because You Set It To “Private”
  6. Running An Old Version of WordPress
  7. Keeping Deactivated Plugins In The WP-content Folder
  8. Keeping A Messay WP-admin Section
  9. Posts That Span The Entire Front Page
  10. Your Sidebar Shows Up Below Your Content
  11. Phantom Homepage Gobbledygook
  12. The Dreaded /WordPress Blog Subdirectory
  13. Index.php In Your URL
  14. Local And/Or Visible Backups
  15. Visible Server Information