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WordPress 4.5.2 – ‘Coleman’ fixes Common Security Vulnerabilities

It’s been almost a week since WordPress 4.5.2 Security Release, and if you haven’t already, you should update now. The reason for this persistence – This release fixes some really embarrassing and easily exploitable security vulnerabilities present in WordPress since at least 4.2. This is an end-user/ client/ non-developer version of what was wrong and […]

The Complete Rundown of WordPress Maintenance Process

Entropy:  The doctrine that says disorder and degeneration is inevitable. Like a brave man’s efforts to keep a dorm room habitable as it gets steadily filthier by the hour, websites need consistent maintenance and upkeep to stay in top functioning form. WordPress websites, while extremely user-friendly, are no different. You need to make an effort. […]

User’s Guide to WordPress Performance Optimization in 2016

Before we start with How, let’s see exactly Why it’s important to focus on performance. After a series of server-delay experiments conducted over a span of 4-6 weeks: Bing’s findings show strong negative impact on number of clicks, user experience, and revenue generated/user proportional to time delays of just milliseconds. Google found out that interaction […]

What to Expect from WordPress 4.5

WordPress 4.5, scheduled for final release this April, is much anticipated in the avid-user and developer communities for various reasons. Here’s a full list of what can we expect: The following features are currently (as in: at the time of writing this) being developed as plugins. Some of them may not roll out with 4.5 […]

WordPress Trends and Predictions in 2016

Beloved open-source platform WordPress has evolved beyond its rustic beginnings as a simple blogging tool, even though it still adheres to the notion 13-odd years since the initial launch. Following this trajectory, current development trends, and some sentiments in the community after the #wpdrama debacle of last year, we can confidently pinpoint a few milestones […]