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How to Choose a WordPress Host for Your Business Site (INFOGRAPHIC)

You want a business website, but do you know how to choose a WordPress host? The right web hosting company will dictate the performance of your site and in turn the success of your business. A new infographic from wpbiginner rightfully says, “Making your website better is more important than ever.” This as the number of people working and shopping online continues to increase because of the pandemic. How to Pick the Right WordPress Host Titled “How to Pick the Best WordPress Host,” the infographic reveals some particularly important points to consider when choosing a WordPress hosting… More Info

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How to Create a Personal Website on WordPress

Owning a personal website means holding a personal entity on the endless network of the World Wide Web. A personal website opens the door to versatile opportunities for an individual. With a personal website you can do personal branding through promoting your special talent like writing, designing, programming, storytelling, traveling, etc. Furthermore, a personal website can be used as a medium for advertising your own products. Now how to make a personal website? Does it require specific technical skills or a huge amount of money? Read… More Info

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Is Your Site SEO-Friendly? 6 WordPress SEO Tips for a Better Ranking

WordPress and Search Engine Optimization (SEO) go together like peanut butter and jelly. SEO is an integral part of WordPress websites that allows them to become visible on the web and attract new users. With 91 percent of people finding information on the internet through search engines, this should be a significant focus for anyone looking to increase the amount of traffic to their website. Luckily, there are a few WordPress SEO tricks you can utilize to help boost your rankings. Keep reading this guide to learn the best WordPress SEO tips that will give your website an… More Info

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WordPress 5.6 Release Team Pulls the Plug on Block-Based Widgets – WordPress Tavern

Current block-based widgets admin screen design. I was wrong. I assured our readers that “the block-based widget system will be ready for prime time when WordPress 5.6 lands” in my previous post on the new feature’s readiness. I also said that was on the condition of not trying to make it work with the customizer — that experience was still broken. However, the 5.6 team pulled the plug on block-based widgets for the second time this year. One week ago, WordPress 5.6 release lead Josepha Haden seemed to agree that it would be ready. However, things can change quickly in a… More Info

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Google and Drupal Partner Up, WordPress Releases Updates and More Open Source News

PHOTO: Unsplash The Drupal Association recently announced a new partnership with Google. With this partnership, both Google and Drupal aim at improving owner success, user experience, and building a more secure web altogether. To do that, Google and Drupal will roll out webinars and case studies to the Drupal Community and will gather feedback on the community’s needs. Google will provide the community with collaborative programming tools and the chance to give input on Google tools and initiatives.  Say Hello to WordPress 5.5.1 A few months after releasing WP 5.5 Eckstine, the… More Info

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Past Twenty* WordPress Themes To Get New Block Patterns – WordPress Tavern

Mel Choyce-Dwan, the Default Theme Design Lead for WordPress 5.6, kick-started 10 tickets around two months ago that would bring new features to the old default WordPress themes. The proposal is to add unique block patterns, a feature added to WordPress 5.5, to all of the previous 10 Twenty* themes. It is a lofty goal that could breathe some new life into old work from the previous decade. Currently, only the last four themes are marked for an update by the time WordPress 5.6 lands. Previous themes are on the list to receive their block patterns in a future release. For developers… More Info

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Picking a WordPress host for your website

When building a website, there are a lot of factors to take into account. But even if you have an existing website you can still make changes to optimize it, especially if that website is your business. Before COVID there was already a lot of reliance on websites for things like hours, offerings, and even e-commerce, but the shift to e-commerce because of the pandemic has meant that businesses are spending more time than ever-improving their websites. Customers want to know up-to-date information and to be… More Info

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Vulnerability in WordPress plugin TI WooCommerce Wishlist could allow full site takeover

Flaw in popular add-on allows any logged-in customer to achieve admin status A critical vulnerability in a WordPress plugin with more than 70,000 active installations could grant an attacker full administrative access, including the ability to modify and takeover a site’s database. The bug in TI WooCommerce Wishlist has been patched in the latest version (1.21.12). Users are being urged to update as soon as possible, as the vulnerability is currently being exploited in the wild. Security researchers from NinTechNet described how a lack of a… More Info

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The best website hosting for WordPress 2020

Looking for the best website hosting for WordPress sites? Then you’ve come to the right place. Read on to find out all about WordPress hosting, why you need it, and who the best providers are. WordPress.org is the website building software that powers around a third of the web, and there are many good reasons for that. First, the software itself is free to download. Secondly, you don’t need to understand code to use it. And thirdly, there are lots of free resources to help you learn WordPress, not to mention a thriving community to ask for advice. But while the website building software is… More Info

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