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Monthly Archives:December 2014

Everything you need to know about WordPress 4.1

Named after the American Grammy award winning jazz vocalist Dinah Washington, WordPress’ “Dinah” 4.1 update went live in late December. To help you get to grips with the freshly updated WordPress 4.1, we’ve rounded up some of our favourite new features. Read on to find out what you can expect once you update. Where do I go to update? Updating to the latest, arguably greatest, version of WordPress couldn’t be simpler; most users will find themselves staring the message “WordPress 4.1 is available! Please update now” in the face as soon as they log onto their dashboard. From there, simply hit the link and you’re good to go. We would […]

WordPress trends to watch in 2015

You might just be catching up on 2014’s must have WordPress and general web design trends, but the end of the year sees many people desperate to start with a new makeover and to be on-trend for 2015. For WordPress users, there’s always a collection of new themes to pick from, but the overarching pattern among the high-end, high-volume sites will be to not look like a traditional website at all. With full-width images for the desktop and menus hidden away behind buttons on mobiles, new sites are looking loud and proud, but light on content. Any site with something visually impressive to promote or sell will no longer be […]

Put a stop to WordPress spam

As WordPress developers, we work hard in the hopes our sites will become popular enough to attract a large following. Sadly, that popularity sometimes comes with a price: comment spam. We’ve all seen comment boxes fall prey to spammers, and some WordPress sites are bombarded with hundreds, sometimes thousands, of dubious comments every week. On the surface, spam may seem harmless enough, but left unchecked it can begin to have a debilitating effect on your site. Readers and non-spammy commentators will feel squeezed out, and that reputation you’ve worked so hard to cultivate could soon be in tatters. Luckily, taking the fight to the spammers and cleaning up your comments […]

Are you under threat from the WordPress flaw? Here’s how to check

WordPress is a fantastic platform, used by hundreds of website designers, developers and writers across the globe. Many of us will be lucky enough never to encounter a problem, but as with anything connected to the internet and computing in general, it can occasionally come under attack. A couple of weeks ago WordPress admitted to a critical security flaw; a crucial cross-site scripting vulnerability that allows hackers and cyber criminals control of websites running on older versions of WordPress. Unearthed by Jouko Pynnonen of Finnish software company Klikki Oy, this flaw is a thread that if pulled could unravel potentially millions of websites, putting control of your blog, its content […]

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