According to recent research, WordPress is the most popular Content Management System (CMS) for the 7th year running and owns a 50 – 60% share of the global CMS market. Having been around since 2003, WordPress has become the CMS of choice, powering 14.7% of the top 100 websites in the world. Here are just …
There are 5 main reasons you should update your WordPress site regularly. Find out what these are & how to update your site now.
Since 31st January 2017, any page on your website that is not HTTPS and that has a form field on it (for password or credit card details, for example) has been labelled as â€˜Not secureâ€™ in the location bar by Google Chrome. This includes your WordPress login page. You may have also noticed a warning symbol that appears next to the URL in the location bar of your website and other sites you have visited. Rather than indicating that your site has been compromised, it simply means that your site is not HTTPS. However, visitors to your site may feel concerned about leaving their personal details or sensitive information on your site.
WordPress update 4.8.1 is out. Update your site now.
WordPress 4.8 “Evans” is out. The new features include link improvements, three new media widgets for images, video and audio, an updated text widget to support visual editing, and an upgraded news section in your dashboard. This news section imports nearby and upcoming WordPress events.
After almost sixty million downloads of WordPress 4.7, WordPress 4.7.4, a maintenance release, has become available. The release contains 47 maintenance fixes and enhancements. Among them is an incompatibility between the upcoming Chrome version and the visual editor, inconsistencies in media handling, and further improvements to the REST API.