Category: WordPress

The Month in WordPress: September 2021

There’s a lot of tolerance in open source software for shipping slightly imperfect work. And that’s good. When we ship software that’s a little bit imperfect, it makes it clear how everyone can participate, how everyone could participate, if they...

/ 5 October 2021

People of WordPress: Yordan Soares

WordPress is open source software, maintained by a global network of contributors. There are many examples of how WordPress has changed people’s lives for the better. In this monthly series, we share some of the amazing stories. To coincide with...

/ 30 September 2021
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Upcoming Gallery Block improvements

Thanks to @javiarce & @annezazu for design and copy contributions. An exciting update to the Gallery Block gives you more ways to show off images in your posts and pages. While this change won’t be available for most folks until...

/ 27 September 2021
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Join us for WordPress Translation Day Global Events in September 2021

WordPress contributors around the world are celebrating the sixth Global WordPress Translation Day throughout the entire month of September! That’s 30 days dedicated to help and encourage people to translate the software and its related resources. One of the highlights...

/ 16 September 2021
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The Month in WordPress: August 2021

I really believe in WordPress’ mission to democratize publishing. And I, for one, will never stop learning about what gives people more access to the software, and what makes the software more usable, and especially how we can combine usability...

/ 3 September 2021
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WordPress Vulnerability Report: August 2021, Part 3

Vulnerable plugins and themes are the #1 reason WordPress websites get hacked. The weekly WordPress Vulnerability Report powered by WPScan covers recent WordPress plugin, theme, and core vulnerabilities, and what to do if you run one of the vulnerable plugins or themes...

/ 18 August 2021
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What is an IP Address? 12 Things to Know

If you hope for a snail mail letter to arrive at the location you intend, you make sure to include the recipient’s exact address, including the house and street number, city, zip code, and country. This is how the USPS...

/ 17 August 2021
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Pursuing Success: 4 Knows to Face the Scary Places

Do you know the secrets to pursuing success? Have you dared to dream big and then been too afraid to take the steps to live your dream? Are you sitting on the edge and hoping your possibilities will just come...

/ 16 August 2021
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How to Find Your Value Proposition: 6 Tips for Writing a Killer One

Have you taken the time to find your value proposition? If someone were to ask you to sum up your company’s competitive advantage in 10 seconds, would you succeed? If not, you may need to work on your value proposition....

/ 13 August 2021
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reCAPTCHA for WordPress: A 3 Step Guide for WordPress Users

If you’ve been a WordPress site owner for any period of time, no doubt you already know the importance of WordPress security. WordPress reCAPTCHA is a key component to the security of your WordPress site. A security breach may result...

/ 12 August 2021
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WordPress Vulnerability Report: August 2021, Part 2

Vulnerable plugins and themes are the #1 reason WordPress websites get hacked. The weekly WordPress Vulnerability Report powered by WPScan covers recent WordPress plugin, theme, and core vulnerabilities, and what to do if you run one of the vulnerable plugins or themes...

/ 11 August 2021
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How to Wireframe Inside WordPress

When it comes to wireframing a new page design, you usually have to use a separate tool or application (or maybe even an old-school sketchbook!) if you want to accomplish the task. But what if you could wireframe with WordPress,...

/ 10 August 2021