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WordPress 4.5.3 Release to Fix Security & Maintenance

WordPress core contributor and development leader Adam Silverstein recently unveiled WordPress 4.5.3 Security and Maintenance release, one of the more significant security releases for WordPress till date. Compiled by over 20 awesome WordPress developers, this security release focuses on issues pertaining to functioning and of course, chinks in the armor. Here’s what it’s all about. […]

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 […]

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 […]

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