You might have noticed a new message calling for a "PHP update required " on the initial screen of Dashboard after a recent update. Although you can discard this message, you have two good reasons to perform a PHP update on your hosting account: security and performance.
The versatility and flexibility of WordPress allow for virtually unlimited implementations; from a personal blog to complete news portals and from a simple creative portfolio to a full-featured eCommerce site. The complexity of a project dictates the number of persons needed to accomplish it. In this post we'll focus on the case of a single person getting the job done.
This time we are digging into Gutenberg, the new WordPress editor which is continuously growing and getting better every day. It is intended to become the “barebone” of WordPress. Indeed, Gutenberg blocks are a very intuitive way of creating a page. Although it has been the subject of thorough criticism, many developers are adopting it […]
Unlike any other product of the human activity, you can replicate a program unlimited times; the only breakpoint is the available storage space. Web applications and content management systems are no exception. Given the fact a random incident can waste you days of work, it's of great importance to know how to back up a website and be able to restore it anytime.
In a world of constant change, WordPress is no exception. It is true that updates provide security fixes and improvements. The same applies to plugins and themes. You need to update your WordPress theme every time there is a new version available, in order to keep your website safe and working for long, without any surprises.