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Monday, December 12, 2016
Samsung officially announced the release of the seventh color edition of the Galaxy S7 edge: Black Pearl. The glossy new colorway, which radiates quality and luxury, will be exclusive to 128GB versions of the device and debut in select markets on December 9.
Regarding the new color, Samsung in the official release, said:While those ( Blue Coral and Pink Gold editions) were largely inspired by calming, natural hues, Black Pearl was designed to be modern and striking. The sleek black finish blankets the entire device – edges and all – and adds depth to its glass design. The result is a stylish all-black aesthetic that captures the essence of the color in its purest form.
Samsung Galaxy S7 edge Black Pearl will be available exclusively in 128GB version and will debut in select markets globally, including its home-ground Korea on December 9. In Korea it is priced at 10,12,000 won (US$ 873 / Rs. 58,990 approx.)..
In addition to Black Pearl and the other aforementioned editions, the Galaxy S7 edge is also available in White Pearl, Black Onyx, Gold Platinum and Silver Titanium.
Tuesday, November 29, 2016
The main reason for changing the connection URL is to protect your site against security attacks from brute force. The default WordPress connection is http: // yourwebsite / wp-admin and it is obvious that everyone knows. By changing the name of the URL completely eliminate any raw connection strength.
To rename the WorPress URL we’ll be using a verified plugin called Rename wp-login.php
What makes the complement
Renaming wp-login.php allows you to change the default URL of your WordPress login page "http: // yourwebsite / wp-admin" to something other than the default. The supplement will change from "yoursite.com/wp-admin" to "yoursite.com/othername". Once changed, the page wp-login.php page will return a 404 "Not Found" This means that the only way to access the login page uses the new custom URL that you created.
How it works?
When you install and activate the plugin, you will be automatically redirected to Settings -> Permanent Link to change the login URL. Basically, you'll see "http://yourwebsite.com/" with a small text box next to it.
Do not forget the new URL, both as wp-login.php as / wp-admin / disabled when the plugin is enabled.
Note: This module does make changes to the database, disabling the plug-in, everything will return to normal.