WordPress 5.3 includes several usability enhancements for the Gutenberg block editor, plus Twenty Twenty, a beautiful new default theme. In this quick briefing, you’ll learn about the most high profile additions to this latest version of WordPress. These include the new Group block, significant improvements to the Column block, and new styling options and settings […]
Lessons to help you maintain your WordPress website: including updates, backups, and site security.
WordPress 5.2 introduces some exciting new features that are sure to make your life as a website owner less stressful. Have you ever updated a plugin or theme only to find that your website doesn’t load? That’s called the White Screen of Death (WSoD) and the new Recovery Mode should completely eliminate that anxiety-inducing experience.
WordPress 5.1 has just been released. Technically, this is considered a “major” updated, but most users won’t notice much of a change. For most site owners, that’s a good thing. This short video brings you up to speed on the latest changes. The big one is PHP version checking. But you may also notice that
The latest WordPress update is another one of those “minor” releases that requires careful consideration. This release presents users with an opportunity to test the new Gutenberg editor. Is Gutenberg right for you? Watch this update and decide for yourself.
Typically WordPress maintenance releases include bug fixes and security patches only — not new features. But, WordPress 4.9.6 is not your typical maintenance release. In this briefing, I explain why this maintenance release includes new features and why it wasn’t numbered 5.0. I also take you on a quick tour of the new GDPR features
These days you can never be too secure online. It seems like some major website is getting hacked almost every week. What hope is there for the small website owner? The first step to securing your website is preventing the wrong people from logging in. While a strong password is a good start, that’s still