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Nowadays, more and more businesses are counting on web presence which is beyond predictable, since, as we recently told you, the number of web users currently has gone up to 3.885.567.619. No matter if you sell online or present your business and why not yourself, you surely need to have web presence – website, blog, social media page, video content and much more.
WordPress 4.9 has several great enhancements in widgets, customizer, code editing, and more. Gutenberg is expected in the next version of WordPress 5.0, when it will be the default content editor.
In addition to providing enough server resource, there is more to do for the store to increase its durability during special events like Black Friday. See what!
Summer is here! ‘Tis the season to clean up our closets, fridges, or our schedule and basically tidy everything. During the scorching summer days we present to your attention a recipe of 10 ingredients that will make your blog lighter, fresher and ready to handle more visitors during the upcoming winter months.
The thought of the sea and the beach can’t stop chasing us all summer. That’s why we are beyond happy that at the beginning of September we will have the chance to go to the beach once more as meanwhile we will learn what’s new with WordPress. On the 2nd and 3rd September we plan to pack our swimsuits, towels and flip flops together with the themes and plugins and land directly at WordCamp Varna 2017.
WordPress 4.8 is named after named after the jazz pianist Bill Evans as it is the first major WordPress release of 2017. Although developers describe it as a small release where only the already existing system features have been improved, this version actually lays the foundations of a thrilling new project. The project’s code name is Gutenberg, as we will tell you more about it later on in this article.
The improvements of WordPress Manager continue in full force. Several days ago WordPress Manager acquired yet another SuperPower – now with a single button it can check whether your HTTPS website has content that is loaded via an HTTP connection (unencrypted connection).