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Welcome to the documentation for BBQ Pro. Most of this information also is available in the plugin’s readme.txt file. Note that, if you are unable to locate the information that you are looking for, you can ask in the Support Forum or contact via email.

As of April 21st, 2021, there are 20 posts published in the BBQ Docs. Note that the Docs are a work in progress, with updated content and new information added as frequently as possible. Grab the feed to stay current with all the latest!

Welcome to the official Docs for BBQ Pro. BBQ Pro is a fast, flexible, secure firewall plugin that helps to protect your WordPress-powered site against malicious attacks and exploits. By blocking bad queries, BBQ Pro keeps your site secure and saves precious server resources like memory and bandwidth.

Installing BBQ Pro follows the same process as any other WordPress plugin. After downloading the plugin zip file, you basically have two options for installing: upload via FTP or use the built-in WP plugin uploader/installer. Here are the steps for either installation method.

BBQ Pro helps keep your WordPress site safe and secure by blocking bad requests with a strong firewall. BBQ Pro is built to be secure, fast and flexible. It checks all incoming traffic and quietly blocks any URL requests that contain nasty stuff like eval(, base64_, and other malicious nonsense. BBQ Pro is fully customizable, […]

BBQ Pro is equipped with robust inline documentation that is available via the “Help” tab on any BBQ admin screen. The Help tab is your shortcut to complete information on BBQ Settings, Firewall, Tools, License, and more. The information provided below covers the settings and features that are included with BBQ Pro, but it doesn’t […]

“FAQ” post for Frequently Asked (and presales) Questions about BBQ Pro. Also check out Reasons to Get BBQ Pro »

The Server Test plugin checks to make sure your site is compatible with USP Pro, SES Pro, and other plugins. Specifically, Server Test checks to see if the WordPress function wp_remote_post() is working properly on your site. If not, it performs some other tests to see if any suitable alternative methods are available. Using the […]