The Next WordPress

It’s 2017 and WordPress alone makes up 27% of the Web. Which is crazy. However when you consider web development still remains quite complicated and difficult to learn, it makes sense that a content-management-system (CMS) friendly to non-technical users,… Read more

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I am the head of a small, talented web team. We’ve been building websites since 2005. We’re smart and savvy, but we aren’t experts in everything related to websites. Nor can we be—there are too many technologies for us to use them all, and the rap...

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Hacking 27% of the Web via WordPress Auto-Update

At Wordfence, we continually look for security vulnerabilities in the third party plugins and themes that are widely used by the WordPress community. In addition to this research, we regularly examine WordPress core and the related wordpress.org systems. ...

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WordPress REST API Quickstart

The WordPress REST API has been available since 4.7.  It’s robust, consistent, and nifty to work with. Why? Backend and mobile developers can use other frameworks while still keeping WordPress around for their customers. Frontend developers can build site... (more…)

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