Keep headers/logos under 125 pixels high. It takes up valuable viewing space, especially for laptop users, that is best left for the good stuff to appear"above the fold." Take a cue from the big companies, simple logos done well say it all. This is our #1 pet peeve - screaming logos and headers!
Finally, installing the fix hacked wordpress database Scan plugin will check most of this for you, and alert you that you might have missed. It will also tell you that a user named"admin" exists. That is your administrative user name. If you wish you can follow a link and find directions for changing that title. I believe that there is a strong password enough security that is good, and there have been no successful attacks on the blogs image source that I run because I followed those steps.
There are ways to pull this off, and a lot of them involve copying and FTPing files, exporting and re-establishing databases and more. Some of these are very complex, so it's important that you select the one that is best. Then you might want to check into using a plugin for WordPress backups if you're not of the persuasion that is technical.
First in line is currently creating a smarter password to your account. Passwords must be made with special characters and numbers. You make small plus altered letters and can combine them. Smarter passwords can be your gateway to zero hackers. Make passwords that are difficult that only you can think of.
Install the WordPress Firewall Plugin. Stop and this plugin investigates web requests with heuristics to identify obvious attacks.
The plugin should be updated have WordPress cloning, play nice with all of your other plugins and to stay current with the latest WordPress release and restore capabilities. The ability to clone your site (in addition to regular copies ) can be helpful if you ever need to do an offline site redesign, among other things.