WordPress 4.8 is in RC (Release Candidate) phase and will be released very shortly. This is a small release that focus’ really on three main things. Although the WordPress community has already squashed 50 bugs so far and still counting. Here is what the focus of this release is about, the user. – An improved […]
WordPress 4.3 is in under beta release which is the next to the amazing WordPress 4.2 version released several months ago. If you are curious what is coming up in WordPress 4.3, this post will walk you through the new features in WordPress 4.3 with details screenshots as well as a brief infographic for these new helpful features.
Just before Christmas WordPress version 2.9 was released. If you haven’t already upgraded, and since this isn’t really a security release, I might suggest you wait for version 2.9.1 before doing so. Unfortunately, the recent 2.9 release triggered a bug in certain versions of PHP’s curl extension. With these versions of curl, scheduled posts and […]
Most of you that frequently updates your self-hosted WordPress site should be well aware of the new version, 2.8.5 now available. As with all incremental security releases, it is recommended that you upgrade as soon as possible. What I consider an incremental upgrade is when it goes something like from 2.8.4 to 2.8.5. This kind […]
Well, it seems to be almost a weekly upgrade for WordPress version 2.8. Here we are at 2.8.4 which is another security upgrade. This one addressing a vulnerability where a specially crafted URL could be requested that would allow an attacker to bypass a security check to verify a user requested a password reset. Or […]
It seems one thing is constant with WordPress and that is regular updates. Along with fixing and adding new functionality, security is one of the main reasons for updates to the WordPress core. To keep WordPress as secure as possible and to stay a step ahead of the hackers you should keep your WordPress sites […]