It can be beneficial to copy/duplicate an entire WordPress page or post (what’s the difference?), including all the Tags, Metadata, and other information that are associated.
WordPress is one of the main platforms powering many websites and blogs that you read today. It is an incredibly popular platform augmented by the fact that there is a very active developer scene where there are a ton of plugins that users can use to improve their website. However, it seems that not all plugins were created equal.
Several proven solutions for No Update Required Your WordPress database is already up-to-date. This infinite WordPress loop is easier to fix than most people realize.
Back in 2017, Verizon acquired Yahoo which in turn also meant that they acquired some of the other companies under Yahoo’s umbrella, such as microblogging platform Tumblr. However, we had heard back in May this year that Verizon could be looking to sell off Tumblr, and sure enough they have.
Many of your favorite websites and blogs will soon have the ability to host virtual reality content. WordPress is a platform that powers many popular blogs and websites, it has confirmed today that WordPress.com hosted websites are getting support for virtual reality content. Sites will be able to support 360 degree videos and photos which visitors will be able to view on mobile, desktop, and via virtual reality headsets.
WordPress is arguably (and generally) the best content management system out there. It is flexible, robust, and easy-to-use. Almost every of the major websites, specifically online publications, run on WordPress. If we go on talking about the platform, we will probably never get the time to discuss the best WordPress plugins of all time. It is the open-source nature of the platform that makes it so popular and vast.
It was only a few weeks ago that Facebook announced that it will enable publishers of all sizes regardless of where they’re located in the word to post Instant Articles on the social network starting April 12, 2016. To make it easier for publishers to do that it has teamed up with the largest online publishing platform, WordPress, to offer publishers a free plugin for Instant Articles. The plugin will […]
WordPress (WP) powers an astonishing 25% of the web, and it’s easy for new users to get a 1-click install WP site. Then shortly after that, they come back to their domain looking for how to log into WordPress. No sweat, it’s super easy and we’ll use this as a reference article for subsequent WordPress posts. Login is super easy, and here’s how to do it.
There are many websites that use content management systems. This allows the websites to be updated and have dynamic content, as opposed to static websites which had to be manually updated by editing its code like back in the day. We have also seen the rise and fall of many such platforms, but if there’s one that has the staying power, it is WordPress.This is why it doesn’t really come […]
It happens to thousands of people each day: for some mysterious reason, their website –maybe a WordPress or Drupal site- has become very slow overnight (I mean 3X to 10X slower than usual).The administrative area of the back-office takes many seconds to load (more than 2 seconds starts to be bad), and the whole thing becomes a pain to use. In extreme cases, the whole page could even time-out and […]
The United States Federal Bureau of Investigation, better known as the FBI, as recently issued a warning to all WordPress users – you might want to patch your content management system of choice before it ends up being hacked or defaced, perhaps even by ISIL sympathizers.
WordPress is a popular content management system used by blogs around the world, and its widespread popularity also means that it makes for a great malware distribution platform. No, WordPress isn’t distributing malware, but thanks to a malware that has compromised certain WordPress websites, they have inadvertently turned WordPress into a malware distribution system.According to reports, more than 100,000 WordPress websites have been infected by this mysterious malware that turns […]
It was rather big news when earlier this week, it became known that up to 5 million Gmail usernames and their corresponding passwords were published over at a Russian Bitcoin forum. Google has continued to maintain that they have strong reason to believe that the security breach was none of their fault, but this does not mean that Gmail users should continue using the very same password as though nothing […]
Online security can be quite a challenge to maintain these days actually, and it does not help when users are less than knowledgeable. In fact, approximately 50,000 sites have been allegedly hit by backdoors no thank to malware that target a popular and vulnerable WordPress plugin, at least according to Daniel Cid, a researcher.