How to Keep Your Church Website From Getting Hacked
Learn the critical steps you need to take to keep your church website from getting hacked.
March 25, 2020
July 30, 2015
We have some cool news (see about half way down if you want to cheat), but before we get to that …
You know what’s awesome?
Connecting with great people.
Connecting with great people is truly a gift from God — part of His design for the human race. It’s all about relationships, right!
Taking it one step further … it’s great to connect with people who share a vision, passion and/or interest. Not just the “we both like pizza” stuff, but something bigger and deeper.
Insert Jordan Gillman. The man behind Jordesign and ChurchSites.co. An individual with a passion for great church communications and websites. A passion that, although we don't do church websites, we very much share with Jordan.
Based out of Australia, Jordan reached out to us using Twitter back on July 15th.
Of course, when asked if Tithe.ly works in Australia, we responded with a resounding YES!
Fast forward to today (July 30th) — two weeks later — and we get an email from Jordan saying that “I just built a Tithe.ly WordPress plugin that has now been approved and put in the WordPress plugin gallery”.
Yep, Jordan built a WordPress plugin for the Tithe.ly church donation button 15 days after we first met … mainly because we share a passion to see the Church advance through great technology.
That’s crazy. And we're grateful.
Jordan, you're a good dude!
Most churches have a website and many of them are built on WordPress being that WordPress is the most popular website solution in the world.
And any church website worth it’s salt will give visitors the ability give via a simple giving button. Like these 5 churches using the Tithe.ly church donation form.
So it only makes sense that Tithe.ly would easily integrate with WordPress, right!
Introducing, WP Tithely.
This WordPress plugin allows for the easy installation (through WordPress shortcode or Sidebar Widget) of the Tithe.ly church donation button for WordPress users who already have a Tithe.ly account set up.
There are two ways you can insert your button.
There you have it. v1 of WP Tithely is out in the wild. We’d love to hear from you if you’re a WordPress user and have a chance to check out the plugin.
Just drop us an email: firstname.lastname@example.org.