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WordPress is the content management system that runs almost 60 percent of the world’s web pages, so dive into nine courses, each offering a different piece toward you creating for the web at a premier level.
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One of the reasons WordPress became so popular is its simplicity. Anybody from beginner to experienced developer can build a beautiful website using the ubiquitous content management system (CMS). Still, sometimes it can feel a little too simple. Some users fear that WordPress may not allow them access to features they find on the sites of larger brands. Few features exceed the capabilities of a WordPress site, and most can be added via a plugin by even the most novice of site builders.
WordPress is the most popular content management system (CMS) out there seeing as how it powers more than 27% of the world’s websites and has a massive online community. The WordPress community works tirelessly to beef up security as best as it can. I am going to share a bunch of tried and proven security tips that will fortify your WordPress site’s guard up against any attack for a long time.
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Accelerated mobile pages (AMPs) are quickly becoming the standard for how a fast-loading page should be built. Using a pre-render, AMPs are able to load 15-80 percent faster than standard mobile pages without compromising functionality. While the ease of AMP implementation will vary depending on your CMS (content management system), WordPress can be a good test environment for previewing what your AMP page might look like. Follow this quick seven-step guide to enable AMP for WordPress.
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Jeremy Skillings, owner of a Freehold, NJ SEO Company, You Can Be Found, says a question he often hears when meeting with business networking groups is, “How do I do the basic SEO setup on my WordPress site?” He has come up with a plan that will clear that hurdle within a week and at an affordable price.
For the biggest purveyor of small business websites, WordPress, the tools are there for higher search engine visibility but, frustratingly, the acumen to use them often isn’t for most business owners and their professional developers. Well-designed and user-friendly websites go to waste if nobody is looking at them. WordPress, which claims more than 60 percent market share of the content management system (CMS), is clearly the favored place to go to build your website.
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The open-source WordPress blogging and content management system (CMS) 4.9.1 update was released on Nov. 29, providing users with security and bug fix improvements. WordPress is one of the most widely deployed CMS technologies on the internet today, powering 25 percent or more of all websites, according to some estimates. The security enhancements included in the 4.9.1 update have not been identified with a CVE (Common Vulnerabilities and Exposures) identifier and are considered to be improvements for security resiliency.
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WordPress 4.9 has debuted, and this time the world’s most popular content management system has given developers plenty to like. Some of the changes are arguably overdue: syntax highlighting and error checking for CSS editing and cutting custom HTML are neither scarce nor innovative. They’ll be welcomed arrival will likely be welcomed anyway, as will newly-granular roles and permissions for developers.
If you run a website of any significant size, odds are you utilize some form of content management system (CMS). WordPress, Drupal, or the like.
And, if you don’t use such a system, you probably employ rather extensive use of some form of server-side, scripted, page generation. PHP, ASP, Ruby… the list goes on and on.
There are many scenarios where such a system makes a great deal of sense. But I’m here to tell you, right now, that it is highly unlikely that you actually need them… at least for the majority of your page.
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According to the latest data from the IBM X-Force team the reasons that WordPress sites are so open to attack are not exactly rocket science.
The WordPress platform pretty much dominates the content management system (CMS) driven web development market. The latest figures suggest it has a 60 percent share.
Cyber-criminals looking to host malicious content are drawn to legitimate sites, especially those that have been established for a while. WordPress often provides the entry point, or more accurately vulnerable and unpatched plugins do.