When it comes to web development, WordPress is king – 27% of the internet is powered by WordPress. It’s user-friendly which makes it easy for novice website administrators to make small updates to their site, such as text changes and blog posts. WordPress also offers a massive library of plugins to its users, making it completely customizable to any web development need. Moreover, all WordPress websites are also mobile and SEO-friendly. To stay current on the WordPress trends that will be extremely popular in 2018, take a look at our new infographic.
We will share with you 7 ways to stop user registration spam by adjusting a few things in WordPress Admin Board as well as downloading and installing many of the available plugins to do the work for you.
WordPress is the most famous CMS powering 66+ million websites in the world. But how did it become so popular? Let’s take a look.
WordPress is the largest Content Management System (CMS) out there. Let’s take a look at what makes it so special with our 10 amazing facts about it.
Improving visuals, perfecting the interface so it would be more and more intuitive, and providing help at your fingertips – WordPress guys are as diligent and conscientious as ever.
Hardly two and a half months have passed since 2017 (the year, not the WordPress version), and the world has already seen three WordPress security updates, the last of which hit the dashboards on March 6.
Methodology of cyber attacks has two main options. Either the attacker deliberately picks up a specific website he wants to hack, or he tries to target the widest possible number of websites which happen to have a certain kind of malfunctioning or just a weak spot, aiming to abuse that spot.
Users of the most popular CMS in the world suffered a great security threat during the past three weeks. More precisely, the users who didn’t update their software to version 4.7.2.
That is, you should update. It is strongly recommended, as always. According to WP Core Contributor Aaron Campbell, 4.7.1 is a security release for all previous versions.
The beta version of WordPress 4.7 arrived two weeks ago and the final version is expected to be released on December 6, 2016. The beta release means no more new features will be added until the final release of WordPress 4.7. However, some of the features in beta may not make it into the final release.
So, what new features are already out there? Read on.