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WordPress 4.4.1 is Here

WordPress 4.4 was released in December last year, and now, we have a new security release: WordPress 4.4.1 WordPress 4.4.1 fixes several bugs, but most importantly, it addresses a security issue in the form of a cross-site scripting vulnerability that could make many websites prone to security issues. 


910 New Free WordPress Themes in 2015!

2015 was a good year for WordPress development, as we saw not just the first looks of REST API in WordPress, but also two major versions being released. However, it was also a great year as far as WordPress themes are concerned: in 2015, the WP.org theme review team added and approved the inclusion of…


Reviewing an Emerging Top Seller: Uncode Creative Multiuse WordPress Theme

 Uncode is a premium ThemeForest multipurpose theme. Introduced in November 2015, it is has already gained a large following of satisfied users who find it highly innovative in its approach to website building. Like many premium WordPress themes, Uncode features several powerful plugins, including Visual Composer, WooCommerce, and Revolution Slider.  This however, is where any…


Treehouse Have Discontinued WordPress Courses

For quite a while, Team Treehouse has been a popular website for learning new web design and development skills, such as PHP, .NET, JavaScript, WordPress, and so on. Recently, Treehouse has decided to drop its WordPress courses. According to Zac Gordon, one of Treehouse’s (now former) WordPress educators, the website has discontinued all courses related…


Jetpack’s Photon Now Supports WebP Images

Introduced by Google, WebP is an image format that provides lossless and lossy compression for images on the web. WebP images are considered to be nearly 26% smaller in size as compared to PNGs, and as much as 25%-34% smaller as compared to JPEGs. Recently, Photon, the image service module provided by the popular Jetpack…


WordPress 4.4 “Clifford” Has Been Released

WordPress 4.4, nicknamed “Clifford” after the famous Jazz trumpeter Clifford Brown, is now available for download. This latest version of WordPress comes with several new features, such as support for responsive images, better embeds, a new default theme, and various other improvements. WordPress 4.4 now supports srcset, which allows it to detect and display the ideal…


WordPress and State of the Word 2015

Recently, the inaugural WordCamp US was held in Philadelphia, wherein Matt Mullenweg delivered his 10th annual State of the Word address. A lot many things were mentioned in State of the Word 2015 by Mullenweg, with the highlight of the speech being the fact that WordPress now powers over 25% of the internet.

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