Privacy and security checklist for WordPress website

WordPress is among the most popular content management systems (CMS) due to its user-friendly nature and the amount of freedom it offers to web developers. More than a third of the top 10 million websites use WordPress for these reasons. Its popularity has its downsides, however. The vast majority of the security vulnerabilities inherent in […]

What to Expect as You Start Working with WordPress 5.0

WordPress has gone through a number of different changes throughout the years. However, the latest update to WordPress 5.0 is one of the biggest jumps out of the recent major updates. WordPress now uses a new block-based editor called Gutenberg. This is completely redesigned and is far different from the previous versions of WordPress. Learn […]

An Overview: the Gutenberg Editor for WordPress

Readers who are familiar with WordPress have gotten used to using the platform’s TinyMCE editor.  Some of them love it, and some of them hate it.  What all WordPress users have in common when it comes to this editor is that they will have to come to terms with the fact that it is on […]

FTP and its use for WordPress Websites

FTP, which stands for File Transfer Protocol, used to be universally essential to web design.  It offers developers an easy and efficient means of transferring files between computers, and though Content Management Systems (CMS) have decreased the need for FTP substantially, this method is still widely used by many designers.  In fact, WordPress, one of […]