BBQ Pro Archive
Plugin Planet plugins are designed to work flawlessly. Sometimes though, bugs happen. If the bug is serious, we will try to resolve it quickly. In some cases, it may be necessary to roll back to a previous version of the plugin. This quick guide shows how to do it in a few steps.
This post explains why downloads can fail when trying to upgrade a plugin using WordPress 1-click automatic updates. It also provides a list of common reasons and possible solutions. For example, you are in the WP Admin Area and click to upgrade any plugin. Usually everything goes fine, but once in a while the upgrade […]
BBQ Pro provides flexible protection against a wide range of threats. This quick tutorial explains how to set up BBQ Pro so that only select IP addresses are allowed access to your site. So any requests from other IP addresses will be blocked. It’s an effective technique for making any WordPress site private, and it […]
One of the benefits of BBQ Pro over the free version, is that all of the firewall patterns are easily enabled or disabled via the plugin settings. So any pattern that is causing an issue can be disabled with a couple of clicks. This makes it possible to resolve any false positive blocking that may […]
Quick tutorial explaining the correct way to remove any of our Pro WordPress plugins. The process is identical to the usual way of removing any WordPress plugin, only with one extra step. Works for any plugin license.
BBQ Pro enables you to block just about anything: bad strings, malicious requests, user agents, IP addresses, and more. But what happens if you accidentally block yourself, so that you can’t access your own site? This guide explains how to restore access with a quick modification to the BBQ options in the WordPress database.
BBQ Pro makes it easy to customize your firewall rules exactly as needed. While doing so, you may want to disable and remove certain patterns to suit your site’s traffic and security goals. This super quick tutorial explains how to disable and remove any firewall pattern with a few clicks.
In BBQ Pro settings, there is an option called “Limit Requests”. This quick post explains what the option does, how it works, and important information that you should know before deciding whether or not to enable.
BBQ Pro makes it possible to customize how IP addresses are detected in the plugin. This quick tutorial explains how to make it happen with a bit of custom code.