10 Reasons for Choosing WordPress as the Best Platform for Your Business Website

It doesn’t matter what business you decide to start or you already have, the website is its main representation of what you can do. You know you need it, and you know it has to be great. This brings us to a question: how can you make the website project easier to develop, cheaper, and […]

20+ Free & Paid GeoIP Services Comparison

There used to be only a few IP Address Geolocation – GeoIP services available, but as with everything these days we have choices. A lot of them. That’s great but does leave you with the question “Which GeoIP service should I choose? Source: 20+ Free & Paid GeoIP Services Comparison

November Enterprise WordPress Roundup

At the risk of early December overshadowing an exciting November, we have to lead off with the biggest headline from the WordPress community in years. Just last week we all celebrated the completion of months of design, development, and refinement: the release of WordPress 5.0 featuring the new block editor! Source: November Enterprise WordPress Roundup

How To Convert Existing WordPress Posts to Gutenberg Blocks

In this post, we cover how to convert your old WordPress posts to Gutenberg blocks. Not sure how the process works? We’ll walk through the steps of migrating your previous post and page content to WordPress 5.0 and the new blocks in the Gutenberg WordPress Editor. Source: How To Convert Existing WordPress Posts to Gutenberg […]

WordPress 5.0.1 Security Release

WordPress 5.0.1 is now available. This is a security release for all versions since WordPress 3.7. We strongly encourage you to update your sites immediately. Plugin authors are encouraged to read the 5.0.1 developer notes for information on backwards-compatibility. Source: WordPress 5.0.1 Security Release

Should You Pay for WordPress Security? 8 Factors to Consider

Should you pay for WordPress security? That’s probably a question a lot of website owners ask themselves. After all, much of the allure of the WordPress platform is its price tag: zero. It’s one of its many benefits and probably among the main factors WordPress has become the most popular content management system in the […]

Matt Mullenweg Addresses Controversies Surrounding Gutenberg at WordCamp Portland Q&A

Matt Mullenweg joined attendees at WordCamp Portland, OR, for a Q&A session last weekend and the recording is now available on WordPress.tv . The first question came from a user who tried Gutenberg and turned it off because of a plugin conflict. Source: Matt Mullenweg Addresses Controversies Surrounding Gutenberg at WordCamp Portland Q&A

The Sun’s World Cup Coverage Shines With WordPress

Two years on from joining the VIP program, The Sun’s WordPress-powered website has grown steadily to become the UK’s biggest digital commercial news website, with over 30 million unique users each month – that’s fast approaching half the UK’s total population. Source: The Sun’s World Cup Coverage Shines With WordPress

10 Tips to Improve Your Website Security

Having a website has become easier than ever due to the proliferation of great tools and services in the web development space. Content management systems (CMS) like WordPress, Joomla!, Drupal, Magento, and others allow business owners to build an online presence rapidly. Source: 10 Tips to Improve Your Website Security

Noteworthy Changes Coming in WordPress 4.9.5

WordPress 4.9.5 Beta 1 is available for testing and brings with it 23 bug fixes and improvements. A release candidate is scheduled for release on March 20th and a final release on April 3rd. Here are some notable changes you can expect in the release. Source: wptavern.com/noteworthy-changes-coming-in-wordpress-4-9-5