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14 Divi Sites with Interesting Services Pages - Elegant Themes

An interesting services page is crucial for doing business online. It shows the visitor what you do, how you do it, what it’s like doing business with you, and helps gives them a realistic expectations. Service pages come in all… Continue Reading →

HTTP/2: What Is It and Why It Matters for a WordPress Site - WP Blog

Whenever you visit a web page, your browser requests the web server to fetch all the assets of a page and transmit all the requested data to the web browser. Since the inception of the web, this process has mostly… Continue Reading →

How to Properly Move WordPress from HTTP to HTTPS (Beginner’s Guide) - WP Beginner

Are you looking to move WordPress from HTTP to HTTPS and install an SSL certificate on your website? We have been getting a lot of requests on this topic because Google announced that Chrome browser will start marking all websites… Continue Reading →

Dev Chat Summary: July 11, 2018 (4.9.8 Week 2) - Make WordPress Core

This post summarizes the weekly devchat meeting held Wednesday, July 11, 2018 (agenda | Slack archive) 4.9.7 Security and Maintenance Release Feedback WordPress 4.9.7 was released on Thursday,  July 5 2018. This was a Maintenance & Security Release. Details here…. Continue Reading →

How To Start A Blog In 2018: Everything You Need To Start Writing - Blogging Wizard

Have you caught the “start a blog” fever? Maybe you’ve seen those people who make a living blogging about their passion and want to join their ranks. Or maybe you just love the idea of being able to share your… Continue Reading →

8 Innovative WordPress Hacks for Developers - WP Blog

WordPress is the world’s most popular content management system (CMS) that powers 27 percent of the web. Some of the reasons why people prefer it so much despite the availability of other functional systems are numerous: It’s free and open… Continue Reading →

Three Incident Response Preparations You Should Be Making - Wordfence Blog

In the context of cybersecurity, the adage “An ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure” is a massive understatement. Make no mistake, the easiest way to handle a security incident is to prevent it from ever happening in… Continue Reading →

Dev Chat Agenda: July 11th (4.9.8 week 2) - Make WordPress Core

This is the agenda for the weekly devchat meeting on July 11, 2018 at 20:00 UTC. Feedback from 4.9.7 Security and Maintenance Release 4.9.8 updates from release leads Updates from focus leads and component maintainers General announcements If you have anything to propose… Continue Reading →

Not Secure warning: What happened to my site? - GoDaddy Garage

The internet. Such a beautiful thing. Yet, like a wild animal, it can sometimes be dangerous. If you’ve been online for even a short amount of time, you probably know that sometimes bad things can happen to good websites. What’s… Continue Reading →

BabaYaga: The Latest in WordPress Malware - Elegant Themes

BabaYaga is the moniker of a new strain of WordPress malware that has been making a name for itself lately. It’s unusual because it is actually capable of removing other malware in order to easier infect your site. However, this… Continue Reading →

15 Useful WordPress Configuration Tricks That You May Not Know - WP Beginner

WP-config is one of the most powerful files on your WordPress site, and it plays an important role in how WordPress works behind the scenes. There are some very useful WordPress configuration tricks that most beginners don’t know about. In… Continue Reading →

Build a WordPress Plugin with Vue 2 - Delicious Brains

It’s been a while since we’ve played with Vue JS on this blog, so why don’t we take a beginner-focused look at how one might go about building a simple polling plugin for WordPress with Vue. Why Vue? Vue can… Continue Reading →

Thinking of Upgrading Your Web Host? Here are 7 Performance Optimization Strategies You Should Try First - WP Blog

“Speed is the new currency of business.” – Marc R. Benioff, Chairman and CEO, Salesforce Take a moment to think about your own web browsing experience. Was speed a big factor to your overall satisfaction? If you answered “yes,” then… Continue Reading →

Details of an Additional File Deletion Vulnerability – Patched in WordPress 4.9.7 - Wordfence Blog

Today WordPress released version 4.9.7, a security release which addresses two separate arbitrary file deletion vulnerabilities requiring Author privileges. Some details can be found on the WordPress.org blog. This post is Copyright 2018 Defiant, Inc. and was published on the… Continue Reading →

July 5th Support Team Meeting Summary - Support Everything WordPress

General announcements Our Also Viewing script received an update this past week. WordPress 4.9.6/7/8 As our meeting began, WordPress 4.9.7 rolled out as a security and maintenance release. This means the next version will be 4.9.8, and is still tentatively… Continue Reading →

WordCamp Miami 2018: The Mega-Review - David Bisset

Note: Yes, this recap is late. Sadly I’ve been dealing with family and health issues that have been keeping me busy. But I recently had the time to sit down and write my usual review. WordCamp Miami 2018 was our… Continue Reading →

WordPress 4.9.7 Security and Maintenance Release - WordPress.org News

WordPress 4.9.7 is now available. This is a security and maintenance release for all versions since WordPress 3.7. We strongly encourage you to update your sites immediately. WordPress versions 4.9.6 and earlier are affected by a media issue that could… Continue Reading →

WordPress 4.9.7 - Make WordPress Core

WordPress 4.9.7 is now available. This maintenance and security release fixes 17 bugs. Download WordPress 4.9.7 or visit Dashboard → Updates and click “Update Now”. Sites that support automatic background updates are already beginning to update automatically. Thank you to… Continue Reading →

Optimizing Wordfence Security Settings: Brute Force Protection - Wordfence Blog

As a part of the Wordfence Client Partner initiative, we’ve recently had some in depth conversations with organizations using Wordfence at scale. These conversations have been enlightening, and we wanted to share some of the stories we’ve heard about how… Continue Reading →

4.9.8 Schedule - Make WordPress Core

Note: This release was originally announced as 4.9.7.  Due to the 4.9.7 Security and Maintenance Release that rolled out on July 5, 2018 this release will now be 4.9.8. The primary focuses of the 4.9.8 release are: Introduce the Try Gutenberg callout (… Continue Reading →

WPBeginner Turns 9 Years Old – Reflections and Updates - WP Beginner

It’s the ninth fourth. On 4th of July, nine years ago, I started WPBeginner. Can’t believe we’ve come such a long way. Like every year, I want to take a few minutes and do a quick recap of all the… Continue Reading →

MalCare Security and Firewall – The Right Security Plugin for Your Site? - Elegant Themes

Guaranteeing security on your WordPress website is something you should always keep in mind. With many security plugins out there, we want to help you find the better fit for your website. In the past, we’ve already provided you with… Continue Reading →

Twitter Marketing Strategies to Beef up Your Social Game - Kinsta Blog

In recent years, Twitter has made a lot of changes and come under a lot of fire in the media. You might imagine that all the action could mean that Twitter marketing as a viable solution is on its way… Continue Reading →

8 Best WordPress Slider & Carousel Plugins of 2018 - Tuts+

Whether you want to show off customer testimonials, your latest blog posts, your best images, or just celebrate the members of your team, there is a WordPress slider or carousel plugin out there that’s right for you. But before we share the 8… Continue Reading →

G Suite vs Office 365 Comparison – Which One is Better? - WP Beginner

Trying to decide between G Suite vs Office 365 for your business email address? Looking for a Google Apps vs Office 365 comparison to see which one is better? G Suite (formerly Google Apps) and Office 365 offer professional business… Continue Reading →

How to Get a Free SSL Certificate for Your WordPress Website - WP Beginner

Do you want to get a free SSL certificate for your WordPress website? You need a SSL certificate to accept online payments and secure your website. Starting today, July 1st, 2018, Google Chrome will show all websites not using SSL… Continue Reading →

25 Ways Google Drive Can Help Power Your WordPress Business - Elegant Themes

Google Drive has saved my life (professionally, at least) on any number of occasions. I know that some people are wary of services like Google Drive or iCloud for fear of being locked into a single company’s ecosystem (or walled… Continue Reading →

How to Generate a Static HTML Copy of Your WordPress Website - Elegant Themes

You can create almost any type of website you want using WordPress. However, you can’t use it to build simple static HTML websites. In some cases, that’s all you need, and you may end up needing to use another platform… Continue Reading →

WordPress Monthly News Roundup June 2018 - WP Team Support

Hey there!! So excited to Welcome you to the WordPress news and design roundup. This Roundup brings you all you need to know about everything that matters. More than a news digest – it’s an original take on WordPress news… Continue Reading →

The Ultimate WordPress Review – Is It the Best Choice For Your Website? - WP Beginner

You may have heard that WordPress is the most popular website builder platform, but maybe you aren’t sure if WordPress is the right choice for you. Unlike Wix, Weebly, or Squarespace, WordPress is actually 100% free. This is why if… Continue Reading →

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