Last year, according to the New York Times, we were all about website design inspired by the 1980s and 1990s. Bright colors, geometric shapes, graphics that look like they’ve been pulled from theFresh Prince intro. It was fun, and it’s a look that’s still popular in some forms today. But let’s go back a little further, to a look that’s both older and more timeless: vintage and retro design.

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With WordPress now powering 30% of the web, security should be a top concern for site owners. Why? Because this popularity comes at a price – WordPress is heavily targeted by malicious hackers and spammers who seek to leverage insecure sites to their advantage. In fact, Wordfence reports there are up to 90,000 attacks on WordPress sites every minute.

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