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Hi again and welcome to another installment of our monthly news roundup! July brought us several interesting stories that we’re itching to share with you. Beyond the news, we also collected some of the best articles made by our fellow WordPress-ers to help you get more from our favorite CMS. (more…)
Hey y’all! There was one major, significant event that took place in June… Of course, I’m talking about WordCamp Europe! (more…)
Happy birthday, WordPress! Like every year, our beloved CMS just had its birthday on May 27. As part of the celebration, the core team prepares another major release that will be out very soon, hopefully right before this year’s WCEU, which is another huge piece of news that’s just around the corner. (more…)
Excited for the first major WordPress release of the year – WordPress 4.8? The launch is set to happen on June 8-9, which is basically just around the corner (and just before WCEU). No wonder there’s a lot of talk going on in the community already as to what sort of improvements that new version is set to deliver. (more…)
April was a month of releases, improvements to popular products, and announcements of interesting upcoming events. Plus, like always, we saw some awesome articles written by our fellow WordPress enthusiasts, too! (more…)
Let me tell you something in honesty … March of 2017 was a very eventful month. But in a good way (although a fair share of uncertainty is always there when dealing with big changes; but I’m getting ahead of myself). (more…)
Has your WordPress site been hacked in the last 30 days? If so, you’re joining 1.5 million other WordPress users who have found themselves in the same situation. Unfortunately, yes, hacking was very much the main hot topic in the WordPress world this February. (more…)
According to our small survey, 90% of users say they don’t care if a free plugin they’re getting from the directory is only a limited, “lite” version of the fully-featured PRO.
Okay, I might have BuzzFeeded the stats a bit here. The exact question we asked was, “Would you not use a WordPress.org plugin, just because it has a PRO version also available?” Again, 90% said “no.” (more…)