• In reply to: View

    Hey Andrew,

    That’s a nice list for any wordpress website but I don’t use that favicon plugin since this functionality is included in my theme and I do prefer Yoast SEO above All in one SEO for on site optimization.

    Thanks for that nofollow plugin, I have been looking for a good one for the purpose.

  • Hey Andrew,

    That’s a nice list for any wordpress website but I don’t use that favicon plugin sinc…Read More

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    Hey Carl,

    Yes, you do have an app for iOS as well, just check out for Clef on itunes, you’ll get it :-)

  • Hey Carl,

    Yes, you do have an app for iOS as well, just check out for Clef on itunes, you’ll get …Read More

  • Hello Amit,

    Indeed this is cool. Sure, do check the reviews and testimonials and then try. From m…Read More

  • In reply to: View

    Hello Amit,

    Indeed this is cool. Sure, do check the reviews and testimonials and then try. From my experience I didn’t faced any problems.

  • In reply to: View

    Right Celine, if anything goes wrong you can visit the plugin’s website and manage your account from there. Enjoy the stress free login :-)

  • Right Celine, if anything goes wrong you can visit the plugin’s website and manage your account from…Read More

  • Hey Winford,

    Really glad that I could bring something new to you. :-)…Read More

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    Hey Winford,

    Really glad that I could bring something new to you. :-)

  • ThumbnailHow do you log in to your WordPress dashboard? Obviously the answer would be “by visiting the login page and then entering the credentials like username, password and completing the captcha (if there’s one)”, but […]

    • Hey Karan,

      This is a very helpful post. I have not heard about the Clef plugin before now, and I am happy with its functionality.

      It will come handy in ensuring that we are able to log into back end of WordPress without minding password. I am going to try it right away!

    • Celine replied 1 year ago

      Until I read the FAQ, I was thinking what happens if the login cannot be accessed from the Android phone.

      Well, I guess the answer to that has been provided. So, we head to the plugin’s website to login right?.

      The features of Clef are revealing. However, one still needs to cautious in handling login communication of WordPress via…[Read more]

      • Right Celine, if anything goes wrong you can visit the plugin’s website and manage your account from there. Enjoy the stress free login :-)

    • Hi Karan,

      It sounds great having a plugin like this making signing up with WordPress appealing. This is cool and sounds perfect. However, I will like to check out reviews and testimonials on this to know the common problems users encounter with Clef!

      • Hello Amit,

        Indeed this is cool. Sure, do check the reviews and testimonials and then try. From my experience I didn’t faced any problems.

    • Hey Karan,

      Thanks for sharing this piece about Clef. I am sure many readers would find this plugin handy and useful.

      At least, it shows that there is now a solution to the stress of finding it difficult to log in without password!

    • Hi karan,

      Its good to know about Clef. I would love to try it so I can affirm to this review.

      Having a plugin that would make it easy for signing in without password would be appealing.

      Hopefully, Clef would leave up to the features described here!

    • Carl replied 1 year ago

      Hi karan,

      Its good to know of the use of Clef. I was beginning to wonder how on earth can one access the dashboard of WordPress without login in from the admin page.

      My question is this, apart from using Android, would it be possible to use sign in to this plugin using iOS?

      • Hey Carl,

        Yes, you do have an app for iOS as well, just check out for Clef on itunes, you’ll get it :-)

    • Paul replied 1 year ago

      Hello Karan,

      Thanks for sharing this post about CLEF. It is new and revealing to me. If this plugin truly allows one to log in without password, then it sure would help WordPress masters to save time and increase security!

    • steven replied 1 year ago

      Hey Karan,

      This is awesome. the Idea of making WordPress login easier and appealing is welcoming.

      I will like to run this plugin on one of my blogs. Although I am thinking it could be working like OnePassword software, right?

    • Black replied 1 year ago

      Hi Karan,

      Thanks for recommending this WordPress software to us. It would be cool to try it and see how we can sign in to WordPres without minding password.

      Although, I am not too comfortable with the idea of signing in without a password but since it is a two level security setting, there is no harm in trying it! 😀

    • Hi Karan,

      Indeed, WordPress webmasters would be worried about security and management of their platform. It becomes crucial to find and apply the very best plugins for improved security.

      The truth remains that applications like Clef abound online but making the most of them is dependent on the need of the website.

      I admire your review…[Read more]

    • This seems like a great idea that can save alot of time.

      Everytime I log into my website, it takes time to have to enter the username and password. I am a strong believer in being ultra productive, even if it saves me a minute or two.

      And being able to get straight to work without any added hassle would quickly put me in the work mindset.…[Read more]

    • Hey Karan,

      As someone who works with WordPress, I’d never heard about Clef. I’ll definitely check it out.

      When running a business online, password management can be a real pain. Clef seems like a good resource for managing your WP websites.

      However, I personally like to go beyond WordPress. I don’t just manage multiple WordPress websites.…[Read more]

    • Interesting post . . . good to know things like this.

      I currently use LastPass to manage my large numbers of logins to all the sites I am a member of (and pay a small yearly fee to use it on Android too), which I am happy with, but always good to know alternatives.

      Chris

    • Hi Karan,

      Thanks for writing about this.

      I have never heard of Clef before reading this, but do you think it’s safe using a plugin like this? Is there no security concerns?

    • Hi Karan,

      I never heard of Clef before, never know there i any WordPress plugin develop to handle such task.

      Is very useful, I think a lot of people will fell in love with it.

      But I think if you’re using Google Chrome and its your personal computer, you have little to worry about your password.

      Another alternative is to login with your…[Read more]

    • Hey Karan,
      Happy to meet you here at Kingged.
      Hey this is really an interesting post
      This is for the first time I am hearing about cleft.
      This will surely be an amazing experience and of course an easy way to do things with our WP needs,
      In fact most of the time i really get confused about my several passwords
      I am sure this plugin will make…[Read more]

    • Hi Karan,

      Thanks for sharing about this. I’ve never heard of Clef.

      I have an app on my iPhone that allows me access to all my WP accounts without a sign in. My computer also remembers my sign in. However, when the login page show up and either the username or password have a blue overlay in the box, I have to click the box and a menu pops…[Read more]

    • Hi Karan,

      Thank you for sharing this article.

      I too was wondering if you could use this with an iphone, but I see from the comments that you say it supports the IOS operating system and you can purchase Clef from Itunes.

      It’s always good to think about security and new ways of creating a more secure site. Thanks for sharing!

      Have a…[Read more]

      • Thank you, John. Is your site https? One of the recommendations I read today from my new hosting service is to go that route.

        • Hi Marsha,

          I did try to do secure site certificate with one of my sites. I read somewhere about how to do it for free.

          However, I think I never truly got it to work. So when I started other sites I really didn’t try.

          I might look into it in the future though. As a matter of fact, while writing this comment I just realized I probably…[Read more]

          • Your hosting company might help you. If you need someone to do it for you I really recommend my web designer. He is the most helpful person I know, but I actually think your hosting co. tech support will help you.

    • Great. You have a good week, too, John. :)

    • Hi Karan

      Thanks for your clear and detailed description on logging into Wordpress using clef. Like another commenter said, I also use Lastpass for my multiple logins, though I can appreciate the value of using the system you describe.

      This is definitely one to keep as a method I may need to adopt.

    • I also second what others are saying about LastPass as another option and alternative. I like LastPass as well because it makes it so easy to login to sites I have saved on a smart phone and a desktop/laptop computer for more than just Wordpress sites.

      Lastpass also makes it easy to securely share logins to sites with friends or family members.…[Read more]

  • Hello Sunday,

    Exactly, it becomes easy to access unique images, not only this if you’re unsure ab…Read More

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    Hello Sunday,

    Exactly, it becomes easy to access unique images, not only this if you’re unsure about any picture be it a celebrity and want some information about it then you can get by using these engines.

    Glad I could bring something unique to you.

  • ThumbnailWe often search the web typing in text, if you need to get an image you type the name or related text to the image you’re looking for but what if don’t know anything about the image and want to see some related […]

    • Hi karan,
      I never thought that the word “reverse” can be related to images. Hence, it is interesting reading about reverse image search engines. At least, with what they can do, it becomes really easy to access unique and copyright free images online!

      • Hello Sunday,

        Exactly, it becomes easy to access unique images, not only this if you’re unsure about any picture be it a celebrity and want some information about it then you can get by using these engines.

        Glad I could bring something unique to you.

    • Hi karan,
      Understanding how to make use of these reverse image search engine is a good idea. It sure would help marketers to improve on their image usage and sharing online.

      Most of the websites and the tools discussed here are new to me However, it would sure be cool to check them out!

    • I have used a couple of these websites to access copyright free images. Google Image being my favorite. I have seen friends recommend Tin Eye but have never taken time to access it!

      Also, the features of CTRLQ and KARMA DECAY are appealing. Surely, I will take time to check them out. Thanks for sharing this awesome tool.

    • Some people put a lot of time, effort, and strategy into creating the perfect image and it would be a shame to have someone steal it from you, just to claim it as their own.

      You have to protect your intellectual property and get the credit you deserve. There are a lot of people that want to take the shortcut and just take from others, and…[Read more]

    • Hi Karan,

      I’ve heard about this before. It actually is very good in internet dating. When I was using internet dating sites I received emails from women that seemed too good to be true.

      If you reverse search the images on their profiles they turn it up on site listing internet dating scammers. It’s a scary world out there.

      So glad I…[Read more]

  • Hello Sarah,

    Pop ups are a great problem for all but if they are providing their services for fre…Read More

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    Hello Sarah,

    Pop ups are a great problem for all but if they are providing their services for free then there should be no problem with opening of 1-2 extra tabs as they also have to earn. Some websites are too irritating but not all.

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