In one of our last articles, we saw how to secure WordPress websites with HTTP security headers. In this one, we will take a look at how we can do the same for websites that use Apache or Cloudflare servers. We will be going to the implementation directly as we have already taken a good look at these headers before. If you want to read more about what these headers mean and why they need to be present, please check out our previous article here.
If there is one thing that is of utmost importance to your website, apart from SEO, it is undoubtedly security. HTTP security headers provide an additional layer of security against common vulnerabilities. Through a series of articles, we are aiming to show you how you can implement HTTP security headers for your WordPress website. In this article, we will take a look at the headers themselves and how you can implement them in WordPress through a plugin.