Do you want to learn about WordPress file and directory structure? The core WordPress software, themes, plugins, and user uploads are all stored on your website. In this beginner’s guide, we will explain the WordPress file and directory structure. Continue reading “Beginner’s Guide to WordPress File and Directory Structure”
WordPress 4.5 has just been officially released, named ‘Coleman’ to honor the jazz musician Coleman Hawkins. We have a quick list of what’s in that release. Continue reading “What’s New in WordPress 4.5”
Every WordPress theme developer familiar with Slider Revolution plugin. It’s a visual drag & drop slider builder. We all used it a lot and it gives us a freedom to create stunning carousels, hero scenes and presentations.
Today Slider Revolution team introduced Content Blocks. This module can be used to build a complete website. Everything. Even a navigation menu. Don’t take our words . Continue reading “Content Blocks for Slider Revolution”
WordPress leaves every other CMS far behind in so many ways it’s surreal. From huge businesses to global communities and large chain of eCommerce stores; anything you throw at this platform, it can handle.
There aren’t many that could contain this level of versatility. Continue reading “5 Reasons That Make WordPress Better Than Other CMSs”
There is a myth that WordPress sites are generally not secure. It may be one of the reasons why government agencies usually steer clear of the WordPress platform. However, WordPress core security is good and kept so by consistent upgrades and security patches on a regular basis (one might say that WordPress runs their software updates more often than any other open source CMS developer out there). It is the casual attitude (or outright unawareness) of site owners towards security that is making the WordPress security problem so prominent. Continue reading “How to Recover a Hacked WordPress Site”