WordPress Plugin Adds Cryptocurrency Trading to Your Website

A “first-ever” crypto-exchange plugin for WordPress has been announced by the VC firm of Draper Goren Holm. The plugin is being pitched as the quickest way to launch your very own cryptocurrency exchange without a squadron of engineers to do the work (and maintain a high level of security).

So how can they offer this you ask? And how is the plugin regulated? Important questions. As we have been informed, the plugin is, in fact, an extension of Totle – a portfolio company DGH is supporting. Apparently, Totle is also responsible for any and all compliance requirements as well.

So why…

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Frontity closes €1 million round led by Tumblr’s parent company

Today Spanish startup Frontity has raised a €1 million seed round led by Automattic, the parent company of WordPress.com, WooCommerce and Tumblr, and the venture capital firm K Fund, with participation from significant business angels from the Spanish startup ecosystem.

Frontity was founded in 2015 by Pablo Postigo and Luis Herranz and started as a mobile app builder for WordPress blogs. In 2017, the company decided to bet on the web and start working with WordPress publishers to improve their mobile site’s performance and user experience. They built a WordPress…

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How to Choose a Good WordPress Developer?

Even though WordPress CMS platform is around from more than ten years,
its usage as the web development platform is quite recent. WordPress is the most
popular platform now among business communities.  Selecting the best WordPress developer and WordPress website design companies to build your website will be the most important
decision that you will make for the startup or established business. In today’s
blog post we are going to discuss some important factors to look at when selecting
the honest, fair and capable WordPress developer as per our experience.

It’s quite…

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LinkedIn Learning: Free 30-Day Trial on Coding, HTML, WordPress, Excel and More Classes to Help You Get Ahead

You probably know LinkedIn as a networking and job-searching site, but it also offers online courses to help you better yourself. It’s actually a pretty genius move on LinkedIn’s part, because you can take courses through LinkedIn Learning and then turn right around and post your new skill to LinkedIn. I believe in the corporate world they call that “synergy.”

LinkedIn Learning

30-day Free Trial

LinkedIn Learning has a free 30-day trial with full access to all its available courses. Subjects range from coding and app development to data science courses on Excel and more. After the trial ends,…

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10 ways Of Securing WordPress website from hackers!

Website administrators must be worried about the safety of their websites. The reason for worry is not unfounded. Data breaches had exposed 4.1 billion records in the first half of 2019, while 71% of the violations were motivated for financial gains. Still, we find websites with low to minimal levels of security. Do they lack the skills, or are they unaware of the steps they must take to ensure the safety of websites? Whatever it might be, websites need to be secure to prevent unauthorized access and tampering of data.  

Now, WordPress covers around 60% of all CMS-based sites and…

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Top Alternatives to WordPress CMS

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WordPress is flexible, easy to use, and offers a variety of themes and plugins for quick customization, so it’s no wonder that millions of people use WordPress as their content management system (CMS). That being said, WordPress may be a bit much for some websites. Although WordPress can be installed and used by beginners, a simple blog with limited functions doesn’t need all the hoopla of WordPress. 

Whether you want a simpler alternative to WordPress or you’re just looking for something different, there are a lot of options out there. To help you…

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NCode Technologies – WordPress Web Development Company Bringing Values to Future.

One of the NCode technologies’ core values is Aspiring to Lead and Committed to Give Back. Open Future, Open Doors and Open Hearts expresses how they are producing that purpose to life by making significant contributions to the communities we serve—now and into the future.

Open Future

Through its pillar, Open Future, NCode Technologies invests in advancing WordPress and its role as an operating system for an Open Web. So far this year, Developers of NCode, customize WordPress web development company has invested more than 1000+ hours into advancing WordPress by sponsoring and…

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How to Scan And Detect Malicious Code In WordPress Theme?

Do you suspect that your WordPress theme is malicious? Or maybe you’ve finally found a WordPress theme you love but you’re not sure if it’s safe to install? We will show you how to scan WordPress theme for malicious code.

Apart from the WordPress repository, there are thousands of websites where you can find a theme for your site. Plus, there are nulled versions of a premium theme that are hard to resist.

We wish we could tell you could use any theme you find! But the truth is many themes from third-party sites contain harmful code that can infect your website.

Once you install an…

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How to Protect Your Website From WordPress Brute Force Attacks?

Are you worried that hackers are launching brute force attacks on your website?

We wish we could tell you that your website is safe but the truth, is it’s quite possible that your website is under a brute force attack right now.

A brute force attack is the most common WordPress attacks. In this type of attack, hackers try to guess the correct combination of your username and password to gain access to your site.

Once they have access to your site, they can use it to execute malicious activities. Once a hacker is inside your website, they can cause all sorts of trouble like using your…

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WPBlockTalk Videos Now Available on WordPress.tv – WordPress Tavern

All of the recordings from the free WPBlockTalk virtual event are now available on WordPress.tv. In case you missed it, WPBlockTalk was a WordPress community event sponsored by Automattic, and produced by Brian Richards, creator of WPSessions. It took place earlier this month on April 2, though some of its momentum may have been lost in the torrent of pandemic news. Fortunately, all the sessions that were streamed that day have been uploaded for anyone to watch.

WPBlockTalk created moderate buzz on Twitter, but the caliber of the speakers and the density of their block editor…

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