For the past few months web servers and WordPress websites have experienced an increase of brute force attacks. For web servers under attack this can mean taking many steps to block and prevent the attacks. For WordPress websites it stresses the importance of keeping your WordPress core and plugins up to date, as well as, using the right plugins and tools to keep your website secure.
It is widely known that using the image tag is better SEO practice than using background images because of the screen reader implications. But we know too well how difficult it can be sometimes using image tags within constrained proportions and responsive environments.
Website malware is an ever present danger. Website files can be easily corrupted and become subject to cross-site scripting that can spread and effect your entire website. This can result in dangerous redirects, information phising and eventually lead to your website getting black listed.