Entries Written By Madlena Metodieva
WordPress 5.1 will detect the version of PHP that the site uses. If the version is lower than PHP 5.6, a warning message will appear on the administration panel. This is only part of the planned improvements to the system that will encourage better support and regular updating of sites and their technologies (such as PHP).
As website owners you probably wonder which is the best tool to measure your website’s performance - how many visitors it has, if the bandwidth and the website’s popularity increase, etc. There are different tools which provide statistics for those parameters in various ways. We inspired from an inquiry we very often face, but namely: ...
The growth of the database is a natural result of the expansion of the site. Sometimes, however, the large size of the database may be due to accumulated unnecessary information. Decrease the size of the database is possible by clearing unnecessary information in the tables.
Some SPAM protection systems may be quite tough and sensitive. And some even learn on the recipients' actions and sender reputation. Despite these advanced technologies, it is quite possible that legitimate mails are mistakenly marked as SPAM. The possible reasons for a mail to be marked as SPAM are many. In this article, we'll introduce the basics that are most common.
A whole year has gone by since the last major WordPress 4.9 version was released. It’s been a busy year for the WordPress developers and a very intense one for the Classic Editor fans who do not want to say goodbye to it. The new WordPress 5.0, however, is now here. This is a release which caused ...
The recently discovered vulnerability in the WP GDPR Compliance plugin which facilitates the implementation of GDPR on WordPress websites is now neutralized.