What is WordPress hosting? | TechRadar

Whether you’ve been thinking about pouring your creativity into a personal blog, kicking off an online start-up, or upgrading your business with a professional website, you’ve probably heard about WordPress – and if you’ve heard about WordPress you’ve uncovered WordPress hosting as well.

WordPress hosting is a sort of web hosting service that’s created with WordPress in mind, which means its packages are pre-configured to magnify its power. While there isn’t an industry standard for WordPress hosting and packages can differ from one provider to another, they all share a core…


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What is WordPress hosting? | TechRadar

Whether you’ve been thinking about pouring your creativity into a personal blog, kicking off an online start-up, or upgrading your business with a professional website, you’ve probably heard about WordPress – and if you’ve heard about WordPress you’ve uncovered WordPress hosting as well.

WordPress hosting is a sort of web hosting service that’s created with WordPress in mind, which means its packages are pre-configured to magnify its power. While there isn’t an industry standard for WordPress hosting and packages can differ from one provider to another, they all share a core…


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Critical Vulnerability in Premium WordPress Themes Allows for Site Takeover – Threatpost


Privilege escalation flaw discovered in the Jupiter and JupiterX Core Plugin affects more than 90,000 sites.

A critical privilege escalation flaw found in two themes used by more than 90,000 WordPress sites can allow threat actors to take over the sites completely, researchers have found.

WordFence Threat Intelligence Team researcher Ramuel Gall discovered the flaw, one of five vulnerabilities he found between early April and early May in the Jupiter and JupiterX Premium WordPress…


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Which is Better in 2022?

Squarespace and WordPress are both evenly matched when it comes to ease of use, each earning a 7 out of 10, and are very close in other areas.

Although a close match throughout, sometimes Squarespace edged ahead, and sometimes it was WordPress clinching the win in multiple categories.

But which one is the winner for your own needs?

Squarespace vs. WordPress CMS: An overview

Let’s start with some good old-fashioned origin stories.

WordPress, a common Squarespace alternative, was one of the first players in the game, having been built as an original open-source option for blogging, quickly…


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WordPress CMS Review 2022: Features, Pricing & More

Beloved by first-time builders and experienced developers alike, you’ve undoubtedly heard WordPress mentioned as the go-to for building a website.

But just because it’s so prevalent and so often suggested, does that make WordPress your best option?

Often, the answer to that question depends on what you want to do, but to be fair, WordPress has a range of customizations, themes, and build options that make it a perfect fit for just about any business.

The abundance of features and relative ease of use makes it one of the best content management systems (CMS) for just about anyone


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8 Best WordPress Alternatives for 2022

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If you’re looking for something like WordPress, there are several CMS options for you that are similar. With different strengths, eight content management systems offer an alternative to WordPress.

If WordPress CMS isn’t quite grabbing you, fear not. You can choose from many other options, including these eight, that specialize in different qualities.

The top alternatives to WordPress as a content…


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WordPress SEO Quick-Start Guide – Forbes Advisor

On-page WordPress SEO affects the content you create for individual WordPress pages, including articles, blog posts and product pages, and how that page information is structured. Familiar with the terms “keywords” and “key phrases?” They play a critical role in SEO-friendly content creation on WordPress.

In a nutshell, on-page SEO builds specific keywords or phrases into several elements of individual website pages. Called “keyword optimization,” this WordPress SEO strategy helps search engines understand the intent of a page and, in turn, rank it high in…


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Large-Scale Attack Targeting Tatsu Builder WordPress Plugin

Tens of thousands of WordPress websites are potentially at risk of compromise as part of an ongoing large-scale attack targeting a remote code execution vulnerability in the Tatsu Builder plugin.

Tracked as CVE-2021-25094 (CVSS score of 8.1), the vulnerability exists because one of the supported actions does not require authentication when uploading a zip file that is extracted under the WordPress upload directory.

While the plugin includes an extension control, this can be bypassed by adding a PHP shell with a filename that begins with a dot (“.”). Furthermore, a race condition in the…


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Hackers target Tatsu WordPress plugin in millions of attacks

Hackers are massively exploiting a remote code execution vulnerability, CVE-2021-25094, in the Tatsu Builder plugin for WordPress, which is installed on about 100,000 websites.

Up to 50,000 websites are estimated to still run a vulnerable version of the plugin, although a patch has been available since early April.

Large attack waves started on May 10, 2022 and peaked four days later. Exploitation is currently ongoing.

Tatsu Builder is a popular plugin that offers powerful template editing features integrated right into the web browser.

The targeted vulnerability is CVE-2021-25094,…


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How The Welch News Uses WordPress To Keep Local News Alive in West Virginia – WP Tavern

The Welch News Team – photo credit: The Welch News

For 95 years, the people living in the McDowell County coalfields have depended on The Welch News for local coverage of important events. The county sits at the southernmost point of state, with a declining population of 18,363 and a median household income of $27,682.

In the 1950’s, at the apex of the mining industry’s economic influence, McDowell County had close to 100,000 people living there. They mined the coal that built much of the infrastructure for American cities. After the industry became more mechanized and many…


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