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Have You Tried These WordPress Alternatives?

WordPress CMS empowers users with a versatile platform for building websites, offering customizable themes, extensive plugin support, and intuitive content management tools, making it the preferred choice for individuals and businesses alike seeking flexibility and scalability in their online presence. Its user-friendly interface and robust community support democratize web development, enabling seamless creation and maintenance of websites without extensive technical expertise, fostering creativity and innovation in the digital realm. Search Engine Journal founder Loren Baker has published an... [...]

16 WordPress Security Tips for 2023

WordPress is a secure platform. However, you can further minimize the risk of vulnerabilities and attacks by following security best practices. Blogging Wizard contributor Lyn Wildwood has published an article featuring 16 WordPress security tips to keep your site safe in 2023. She says, “We’ve organized into two separate lists: basic security tips and advanced security tips. Let’s start at the top with basic security tips. Basic WordPress security tips for all users 1. Choose a quality WordPress host Everything starts here. If you don’t choose a quality WordPress host with a reputable... [...]

Latest Update to WordPress adds Several Useful Functions

Earlier this month, the WordPress development team released version 6.3.2. They have made improvements that will be welcome to all webmasters who manage a WordPress site. When you upgrade, your site will be faster. It will be more secure. You will have several new facilities that will make it easier to manage your site and add new content. Many of the new features inly apply to the modern block-oriented admin interface. If you are still using the classic editor, you won’t get benefit from them, but you will still get the security and speed improvements.(At IM NewsWatch we are split, one editor... [...]

Ecombio: Fast-loading WP e-commerce sites #ad

Your site needs to load quickly. It needs to be easy to maintain. It needs to help you earn. Using Ecombio give you all three. ➤ This new e-commerce WordPress theme is lightweight, so it is fast-loading. ➤ It takes advantage of the power of the rich WordPress infrastructure, so it’s easy to maintain. ➤ It helps you build e-commerce sites so you can monetize your sites. With Ecombio, you don’t have to be a designer to create a professional e-commerce website. It doesn’t matter what kind of eCommerce website you have or want to build. This new WordPress theme will be able to take... [...]

WordPress.com Offers Custom Website Development

WordPress.com has started offering website development. Currently, it offers website designing and development in the following areas: Online Stores Educational Websites Professional Services. It’s custom websites plan starts at $4,900. WordPress.com – Custom Website Development WordPress.com  [...]

WordPress 5.0 coming on December 6

Matt Mullenweg has announced that WordPress 5.0 is going to be launched on December 6. The users will be able to choose between Classic and Gutenberg on a per-user or per-post level. He says, “Based on the stability, testing, and reports on the release candidates for WordPress 5.0 so far, we are now targeting Thursday December 6th for public release and announcement. 5.0.1 will open for commits soon, and will be an area people can choose to focus on at the contributor day at WordCamp US in Nashville this Sunday. As before, if new information arises that indicates the software is not stable,... [...]

‘WordPress issues version 4.7.3 with six security fixes’ – Martech Today

Matt McGee says, “WordPress has released version 4.7.3 of its uber-popular content management system, and “strongly encourages” users to update right away to take advantage of the six security fixes it includes. The company says previous versions are impacted by these security issues: Cross-site scripting (XSS) via media file metadata. Control characters can trick redirect URL validation. Unintended files can be deleted by administrators using the plugin deletion functionality. Cross-site scripting (XSS) via video URL in YouTube embeds. Cross-site scripting (XSS) via taxonomy term names. Cross-site... [...]

‘WordPress 4.2 Now Available, Speeds Up Publishing & Sharing’ – ‘Marketing Land’ Article

Matt McGee says, “Hot on the heels of the 4.1.2 security release, WordPress has announced version 4.2, which is available now. This version of WordPress sports an updated Press This tool, which allows quick posting to your blog by quoting the text, video or images from another website. Press This works on mobile devices and as a desktop browser bookmarklet. Other new features include a streamlined plugin update process that eliminates the multiple page experience and does the updating inline with a single click. Also new is the ability to embed Tumblr and Kickstarter content just by pasting... [...]

‘WordPress Unveils Version 4.0’ – ‘Website Magazine’ Article

Derek S. says, “Considering WordPress accounts for 23 percent of all websites on the Net, when a new version is released it tends to be a big deal. With the first release candidate of WordPress 4.0, the popular content management system (CMS) has updated its platform with several revamped features for its users with one of the largest updates being to the Media Library. Now, in addition to the existing list view, users can select to see their media in a sleek grid view. The Media Library also now allows users to view an enlarged preview, edit information as well as navigate between... [...]

‘WordPress Wednesday: The E-Commerce Wait is Over for WP Business Users’ – ‘Website Magazine’ Article

The latest article on ‘Website Magazine’ is titled “WordPress Wednesday: The E-Commerce Wait is Over for WP Business Users”. Amberly Dressler says, “Aspiring or budding e-commerce merchants who may have been contemplating leaving WordPress for a true-play e-commerce platform, can stay right where they are. WordPress announced that its Business users can now connect their sites to their online stores with three e-commerce partners to choose from: Ecwid, Shopify and ShopLocket. Connecting your site seems pain-free, with users simply having to go to the eCommerce Plugins option... [...]


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