WordPress holds the lion’s share (possibly as high as 59.3 percent) of systems used for running business websites online today. Unfortunately, being at the top of the charts in popularity also makes this open-source tool a top hacking target. It makes sense. If you can hack a platform like WordPress,
World Wide Web Technology Surveys (W3Techs) announces that a recent survey of websites has shown that WordPress, the popular open source publishing platform, is being used in over 25 percent of all websites. That’s not just 25 percent of all those using a service but all websites.
The SP 500 stock index climbed back over a record it set more than a year ago, capping a stop-start recovery that has been one of the most uneven and uncertain in recent memory.
The rally, which on Monday took the index above the high set in May 2015, was derailed
Read the complete story: http://www.wsj.com/articles/s-p-500-takes-rocky-road-to-a-record-1468281120
Security patch was issued for certain WordPress plugin on 2nd June, 2016 after nearly a week when reports emerged about public assaults exploiting a zero-day flaw.
When the public assaults started, the WP Mobile Detector had to be withdrawn from the Plugin Directory of WordPress. However, on the 2nd, it was
It may be a good time to update your email password. A report from Reuters suggests that over 270 million hacked email credentials—including those from Gmail, Hotmail and Yahoo—are circulating among Russian digital crime rings.
Read the complete story: http://gizmodo.com/russian-hackers-have-270-million-email-logins-includin-1774848936
Continuing our series on setting up two-factor authentication (2FA), today let’s check out how to get 2FA enabled on your WordPress.com account.
An important thing to note: This guide is specifically for WordPress accounts used via WordPress.com – NOT for self-hosted WordPress sites. (There are 2FA plugins you can install on your self-hosted Read the complete story: https://nakedsecurity.sophos.com/2016/07/11/how-to-set-up-two-step-authentication-for-wordpress-com/
Read the complete story: https://nakedsecurity.sophos.com/2016/07/11/how-to-set-up-two-step-authentication-for-wordpress-com/
For years, Twitter users have complained about the fact that link and photo URLs count against each tweet’s 140-character limit. Now that may finally change. According to a report in Bloomberg, Twitter will stop including photos and links in character counts,
Read the complete story: http://techcrunch.com/2016/05/16/twitter-may-remove-photos-and-links-from-its-140-character-limit/
WordPress is considered an excellent platform for budding entrepreneurs to create websites for their startup or small business. This content management service (CMS) is used by millions of business owners who live in every corner of the world. More than 400 million websites worldwide are powered by WordPress, including more than 100 million in the United States. WordPress sites around the world publish posts every 17 seconds. Most of the top one million websites in the world are powered by WordPress and related to business. These facts clearly show the significance of WordPress as a content management service for businesses of all sizes.
Read more … http://www.entrepreneur.com/article/251504
WordPress design opens huge possibilities for both designers and developers. What’s more, you can bet this isn’t just a passing fashion. WordPress is really great and it’s definitely here to stay.
If you haven’t jumped on the WordPress wagon by now, you’ve certainly missed a lot. Don’t worry, it’s never too late to join. If you’re a designer (be it graphic or web) and you’re considering switching to WordPress, here is some advice to help designers new to WordPress.
A fast site is more sustainable and typically more efficient with happier users who can find what they need quickly and easily. Just because a site isn’t fast doesn’t mean, however, that it is easy to maintain. How do you balance the need for speed with the convenience of easy maintenance? In this post we’ll talk about how you can optimize WordPress, an open source content management system (CMS), to meet both needs.