More than 25% of the world's websites are run by WordPress. What was once a simple platform for bloggers has become a platform and CMS for some of the world's biggest publisher and brands... and it shows no sign of stopping.Read more »
WordPress 4.7.2 post mortem
A few weeks ago, WordPress released version 4.7.2 to
address several security vulnerabilities, including one critical one.
This vulnerability allowed a remote, unauthorised attack to update web pages via
the REST API. Since then, hundreds of thousands of … Read more
I've spent a lot of time using WordPress. I built CSharpening.net on WordPress. I maintained my own theme and used a large host of plugins. I had plugins for syntax highlighting, spam protection and took advantage of Jetpack. I hosted my site on Arvixe. ...Read more »