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The 11 Best WordPress Plug-Ins for Supercharging Your Website

WordPress is so much more than a blogging tool. This flexible, easy-to-set-up web publishing platform has served as the foundation for more than 64 million websites since its launch more than a decade ago. Its popularity has spawned an incredibly rich plug-in ecosystem that helps webmasters improve their sites in many ways. From search engine optimization (SEO), to article enhancement, to comments management, you’ll find an amazing number of ways to trick out your WordPress installation’s base functionality, whether you’re hosting your own website or using a managed WordPress hosting…

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How To Extend A WordPress Website Into A Business Web App

Other than being the world’s most popular Content Management System, WordPress also serves as a great boilerplate for building Web Apps. 

Yes, you can build Web Apps like Instagram, Freshbooks, or Exponentially using the WordPress PHP package as your starting point. You can build customized features, integrate APIs, and register users, with the same wholesome experience as you’d find in any other Web App.   

At this point, you might have questions like…

  • But isn’t WordPress a CMS, and not a framework? 
  • Wasn’t WordPress used for building websites? 
  • Why should I choose…

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Business and Consumer Services tops WordPress Grid install base as of August 2021 – Verdict

The largest percentage of data and analytics solution WordPress Grid installations were in the business and consumer services sector as of August 2021, according to GlobalData Install Base database.

In all WordPress Grid deployments across sectors, the business and consumer services sector accounted for a 18.1% share, followed by construction with 18.1%.

In third place was healthcare with a 8.7% share and in fourth place was the media sector with 8.3%.

Among other prominent sectors in the IT solutions category were communications and IT with a 7.1% share, manufacturing with 6.3%,…

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Securing your WordPress website against ransomware attacks

It’s no surprise to anyone who works in security that there’s been an explosion in ransomware incidents over the last two years, costing companies across various industries millions of dollars. According to a recent report from the Institute for Security and Technology, ransomware attacks cost businesses 21 days of downtime, on average.

There are analysts around the globe who are continually being jolted awake in the middle of the night to respond to ransomware attacks. Because WordPress is the market share leader (39.5% of all websites are powered by WordPress; that number…

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Password Policy Manager for WordPress Update 2.4.1 – Weekly summary email & other improvements

We are happy to announce update 2.4.1 of the Password Policy Manager for WordPress plugin. This update includes several new features and housekeeping updates designed to improve the plugin’s functionality, usability, and performance.

Let’s dive right in to see what is new and improved in this update of our password security plugin for WordPress.

What’s new?

With update 2.4.1, we have sought to include additional security features designed to keep WordPress administrators informed and in control with the least amount of effort. With security becoming an increasingly important topic,…

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Worldwide WordPress Virtual 5K Set for October 1-30, 2021 – WP Tavern

Automattic is organizing its 2nd annual Worldwide WordPress 5K during the month of October this year. Registration for the race is free and participants will have the opportunity to donate to a charity of their choice, with Automattic matching donations up to $50,000.

Just like the first Worldwide WP 5K that was held in 2015, the race will be virtual. Anyone is welcome to run, walk, bike, or swim the 5K any time between October 1-31. The requirements are fairly loose in that you can use any exercise app to track your run if you want. Participants are also encouraged to…

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3 Best WordPress Popup Plugins to Boost Conversions (in 2021)

Do you want to know the best WordPress popup plugins to help you convert your website visitors to email subscribers and paying customers?

A report by Econsultancy shows that 50% of companies say conversion rate optimization is a crucial part of their digital marketing strategy, and that’s where popups play a big role.

Popup plugins are a wildly popular and effective way to grow your email list and collect leads on your website. But you need to choose the right one that won’t bloat your site or irritate your users.

So in this post, I’ve listed the 3 best WordPress popup plugins to…

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How to Build a Hyperfast WordPress Website

He goes on to say, “Having a website hosted on a slow server makes your users unhappy and can make it harder to crawl.”

Because your website’s performance is based on its server, InMotion Hosting created UltraStack for WordPress websites. UltraStack is a custom technology stack that is fine-tuned for speed with advanced caching.

The following components make up the WordPress UltraStack.

NGINX improves the performance of any PHP/HTML/CSS website, including WordPress, by using PHP to cache content. This means no more loading of source code for each new visitor. You can manage caching via…

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How the HubSpot CMS Compares to WordPress

This month HubSpot announced the release of CMS Hub Starter. Its economical price tag ($25/month) puts the world of website creation and editing at the fingertips of even the smallest businesses.

But you may be wondering how it compares to other popular, inexpensive options like WordPress? As you search for a CMS that fits your needs, you should be asking questions like this. After all, how will you find the best possible solution? Keep reading for a look at each platform and its features so you can make an informed decision.

What is CMS Hub Starter?

CMS Hub Starter is the latest addition to…

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MarsEdit for macOS launches version 4.5 with WordPress media syncing

Red Sweater today is releasing MarsEdit 4.5 for macOS with the long-awaited WordPress media syncing functionality.

After you refresh your blog in MarsEdit 4.5, all the existing images and files from your blog will be available for re-insertion from the Media Manager’s “Published” tab.

Developer Daniel Jalkit explains that this tab previously included only files that are uploaded from MarsEdit itself. With WordPress updating its API to support downloading a complete list of the published media files, Red Sweater was able to give MarsEdit this big update.

In a

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