WordPress Week in Review EP56 :: New Editor, 4.9 Look, Print on Demand Plugin, UI Evolution…

WordPress Week in Review EP56 :: New Editor, 4.9 Look, Print on Demand Plugin, UI Evolution…

One of the many ways we’ve talked about Gutenberg is comparing its usability to CMS’s like Medium. This comparison assumes that the primary reason that Medium is often a go-to for blogs is the quality of the interface. With this in mind, it’s logical to assume the reason people sometimes choose Medium over WordPress is …… Read more »

WordPress Week in Review EP55 :: Miners, PHP7.2, Making Dough, 4.9 Release Soon…

WordPress Week in Review EP55 :: Miners, PHP7.2, Making Dough, 4.9 Release Soon…

Cryptocurrency Miners Exploiting WordPress Sites During the last month, the information security media has paid a lot of attention to cryptocurrency mining malware. The Wordfence team has been monitoring the situation, and we are now starting to see attacks attempting to upload mining malware, and site cleaning customers that are already infected. In this post,… Read more »

WordPress Week in Review EP54 :: Instagram, Customer Loyalty, 4.9 News, BreadCrumbs, and More Yo…

WordPress Week in Review EP54 :: Instagram, Customer Loyalty, 4.9 News, BreadCrumbs, and More Yo…

Create Stunning Instagram Feed Gallery for WordPress Instagram has over 700 millions of active users and tons of user-generated content. Moreover, it develops faster than any other social network. So why not use this huge audience for the sake of your WordPress website? And there is the tool for this purpose — Grace Instagram Feed… Read more »

WordPress Week in Review EP53 :: WP4.9, Broken Links Fixing, Dashboard Features, Targeted Marketing and More…

WordPress Week in Review EP53 :: WP4.9, Broken Links Fixing, Dashboard Features, Targeted Marketing and More…

What’s Coming in WordPress 4.9 (Features and Screenshots) WordPress 4.9 is expected to be released on November 14th, 2017. We got our hands on the first beta version to checkout the new features and changes that are coming. In this article, we will show you what’s coming WordPress 4.9 with features and screenshots.… Read More »… Read more »

WordPress Week in Review EP52 :: Image Optimizing, Reasons for WP, SEO and Content Formatting

WordPress Week in Review EP52 :: Image Optimizing, Reasons for WP, SEO and Content Formatting

How To Optimize Images For WordPress Without A Steep Learning Curve As the saying goes, images speak a thousand words. They’re one of the most effective ways to turn lifeless content into something engaging. Read more… 5 Reasons Why Entrepreneurs Should Use WordPress Since WordPress launched in 2003, it has become one of the leading… Read more »

WordPress Week in Review EP51 :: Creating a Suprising Site, Shortcuts, Facts and Stats, and More…

WordPress Week in Review EP51 :: Creating a Suprising Site, Shortcuts, Facts and Stats, and More…

10 Fun Ways to Use the Element of Surprise in Your Site Design Did you know that Rick Astley’s “Never Gonna Give You Up” turned 30 this year? Even if that name doesn’t ring a bell, there’s a strong possibility you’ve unintentionally encountered the music video for it at some point, thanks to a rickroll…. Read more »

WordPress Week in Review EP50 :: Header Inspiration, SMS, Monetization Plugins, and More…

WordPress Week in Review EP50 :: Header Inspiration, SMS, Monetization Plugins, and More…

14 Awesome Website Headers For Your Inspiration In the past, a “header” in web design typically referred to the ever-present strip at the top of websites that contained the logo, navigation bar, and maybe some contact details and search bar. Nowadays, a “header” refers more often to the entire space above the fold on the… Read more »

WordPress Week in Review EP49 :: Changing Themes, SaaS WP Future, Hack Report, Updated Logins

WordPress Week in Review EP49 :: Changing Themes, SaaS WP Future, Hack Report, Updated Logins

Changing WordPress Themes: 7 Important Questions to Consider Thinking of changing WordPress themes? It’s something just about every WordPress user has done once in their WordPress career. In a way, it’s theme developers’ fault. They keep putting out so many amazing looking themes – it’s impossible for us not to get theme-envy and want to… Read more »