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5 Steps for Protecting WordPress Websites from Viruses & Malware - WP Newsify

WordPress has established itself as the simplest solution to the problems of developing a website for beginners. You don’t need to be an expert to figure out the workings of WordPress – you just need some practice. WordPress’ simplicity and… Continue Reading →

Change Your WordPress Username in 3 simple ways - WP Blog

In this article, I will demonstrate how you can change your WordPress username. There are different ways to do so and I will share 3 methods on how you can do it . Firstly, you must know why you have… Continue Reading →

What’s in My Bag, 2017 edition - Ma.tt

I am a road warrior who has racked up several million miles over the past decade, and since I’m also working more-than-full-time running Automattic (a totally distributed company) and leading WordPress I need the ability to be productive wherever I… Continue Reading →

Wordfence Launches WordPress Security Audit Service - Wordfence Blog

This morning I am very excited to announce that Wordfence is officially launching a WordPress Security Audit service. Many of our customers have asked us for a service like this and it has finally arrived. For just $149, one of… Continue Reading →

20+ Essential Steps For Your WordPress Maintenance Checklist - WP Explorer

Whether you are beginner or a seasoned webmaster, WordPress maintenance is one area you must focus on for the betterment of your site. You simply can’t build a WordPress website and just let it sit; you need a proactive approach… Continue Reading →

How To Fix upload_max_filesize WordPress Error? - Kasa Reviews

23/05/2017 Last Updated You have probably seen upload_max_filesize WordPress error at least once while operating your WordPress website. If you didn’t, believe me, you will sooner or later. This notification usually appears when you try to upload WordPress theme or plugin…. Continue Reading →

12 Most Useful .htaccess Tricks for WordPress - WP Beginner

Are you looking for some useful .htaccess tricks for your WordPress site. The .htaccess file is a powerful configuration file which allows you to do a lot of neat things on your website. In this article, we will show you… Continue Reading →

The goal going forward - Make WordPress Themes

The goals for the near future are: Comparing the theme and plugin review processes to see how we can work towards a goal of making both processes very similar so that any improvements made to one will also profit the… Continue Reading →

Cart66 WordPress Shopping Cart In-Depth Review - WordPress Arena

Cart66 takes a different approach from all of the other WordPress eCommerce plugins by including a suite of securely connected services that go beyond what you can do with just a plugin. For example, Cart66 has built-in support for over… Continue Reading →

WordPress Plugins A-Z #308 WooCommerce Stickers, Disabling the Cart - WP Plugins A to Z

Episode #308 WooCommerce Stickers, Disabling the Cart #podcast #wordpress Click To Tweet It’s Episode 308 and we’ve got plugins for Duplicating Menus, Video Thumbnails, WooCommerce Stickers, Disabling the Cart and Multi-step for Contact Form 7. It’s all coming up on… Continue Reading →

10 Simple WordPress Maintenance Tips To Keep Your Website Fast And Optimized - WPVKP

A well-oiled machine works smoothly. Just like in a real life, we always service and carry out maintenance activity for cars, computers, machinery so that they work as they are indented to. Well, then why forget your virtual online business?… Continue Reading →

PHP Object Injection and Insecure Unserialize - Pagely Blog

I wrote about an influx of PHP Object Injection attacks previously, warning about a trend of attacks targeting a known but somewhat under-reported PHP vulnerability. Looking back since that time, I get the odd feeling that object injection (or as they’re sometimes… Continue Reading →

4 Fun Ideas for Using Blog in a Box to Push the Boundaries of WordPress - Torque

Thanks to the REST API, WordPress is rapidly evolving into a full-fledged development framework. However, few have actually begun using it to carry out every day tasks – even though this is now entirely possible. Blog in a Box is a… Continue Reading →

Doc Pop’s News Drop: WordPress 4.7.5 security update and 4.8 news - Torque

Doc’s WordPress News Drop is a weekly report on the most pressing WordPress news. When the news drops, I will pick it up and deliver it right to you. [embedded content] WordPress 4.8 is set to launch on June 8th…. Continue Reading →

How to Make WordPress Faster – Much Faster! - WinningWP

By Daniel Pataki May 22, 2017 Website speed is a big deal. It has a direct influence on the chances of a visitor returning, conversion rates, customer satisfaction levels, and even the chances of your website ranking well in search… Continue Reading →

How to Quickly Reset WordPress Back to Its Default State - WP Kube

If you’re like most WordPress users, you spend quite a bit of your time trying to keep your site functioning well. In fact, you probably spend your days trying not to reset WordPress. Because if you’re happy with your site,… Continue Reading →

How to Login to WordPress – Find the Admin Login Page/URL - WP Loop

After installing WordPress, you’ll need to log into your new site. Without access to the admin pages, you won’t be able to customise your new blog. Admin is the place where “everything happens”, where you write posts and manage the… Continue Reading →

The Best WordPress Dashboard Plugin to Command WordPress Admin - WhatsWP

Most WordPress bloggers spend most of their time at the WordPress admin or dashboard. Sometimes what is available in the WordPress package for the admin is not enough for a pro-blogger. In that case, it becomes necessary to enhance the… Continue Reading →

WordPress in higher education, with Rachel Cherry — Draft Podcast - Post Status

Welcome to the Post Status Draft podcast, which you can find on iTunes, Google Play, Stitcher, and via RSS for your favorite podcatcher. Post Status Draft is hosted by Brian Krogsgard. Brian is joined by guest-host Rachel Cherry — a… Continue Reading →

WordPress Plugins to Make More Money from Your Blog - WP Explorer

One of the main reasons that WordPress is so popular, is it’s vast plugin library. The WordPress plugin directory has close to 50000 plugins. Besides, there are thousands of free and premium third party plugins. With little or no coding… Continue Reading →

Four ways to make managing your store’s updates easier - Woo Themes

One of the most common things we hear from customers contacting us for support is that you really, really hate updating your store. We get it. It’s not fun. It’s kind of nerve-wracking, right? You don’t always know what things are going to… Continue Reading →

Weekly WordPress Recap: WordPress 4.7.5, HackerOne & Gravityscan Malware Scanner - WP Newsify

A new rich WordPress week with plenty of exciting news. It is a great pleasure to be part of the WordPress community, isn’t it?  To enjoy all the news and the amazing blog posts about WordPress published every week is… Continue Reading →

What Is A Plugin? 11 Things to Know - iThemes

What is a plugin? Plugins are tools (bits of software) that expand what you can do with your WordPress site, without having to manually write or edit code. There is virtually no limit to what you can do with WordPress… Continue Reading →

8 Excellent Ways to Make WordPress Safe for Clients - Torque

WordPress has enabled countless people to start their own web design businesses. Especially if you have some web development chops, the platform is the perfect vehicle to earn money creating web presences for others. At the same time, WordPress is… Continue Reading →

How to start a web design business so you set yourself up for success [worksheet] - GoDaddy Garage

If you’ve set your sights on how to start a web design business, get ready for a wild ride. The journey of a freelance website designer is often like a turbulent, yet exciting, roller coaster ride. From a state of… Continue Reading →

WordPress: A World-Class Content Management System - SitePoint

More from this author 5 Time-Saving Uses for WP-CLI Automation Using DeployHQ to Automate Your Deployments I wanted to kick off my first editorial with some thoughts about WordPress itself, as a content management system. I’ve read a lot of… Continue Reading →

May 18th Support Team Meeting Summary - Support Everything WordPress

Announcements WordPress 4.7.5 is out, get your security on! The Plugins SVN seems to be back in working order, rejoice! WordPress is now on HackerOne for all of your security vulnerability report and bounty needs! WordPress 4.7.5 We have nothing… Continue Reading →

How to create and use backups with WooCommerce - Woo Themes

Backups — it’s a daunting word, isn’t it? Just hearing it probably makes you think of your valuable time wasted on a bunch of complicated, manual processes involving databases and FTP directories. But all of this is a myth we’re happy… Continue Reading →

WordPress Weekly New 019: WordPress 4.7.5, WordPress on HackerOne and much more! - WP Blog

On Friday, 12th May 2017, the world witnessed the biggest cyberattack in history. The ransomware attack named “WannaCry” penetrated millions of computers around the world. Bank, Organizations, and many other authorities have had their data compromised. And we might have… Continue Reading →

Episode 40 – WordPress Photography Q&A Volume 4 - Imagely Photography Podcast

Welcome to the 4th volume of the WordPress photography Q&A episodes for the WordPress Photography Podcast. Our goal is to do a Q&A episode every ten episodes. Ask your question for the next Q&A here. In this episode, Scott answers… Continue Reading →

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