Let’s face it: The bar has been set insanely high for businesses that want to sell their goods and services online.
If you're making these common mistakes with your WordPress sites, you may be setting yourself up for disaster.
With Google's Core Web Vitals update emphasizing performance, take some time to examine your sites' reports and to improve them.
The WordPress caching plugin you're using could actually be slowing down your website.
Developers often overlook accessibility, reducing potential visitors and risking ADA lawsuits.
Have you heard of Lottie? It’s a JSON-scripted animation with exceedingly small file sizes and which retain high resolutions at any size.
Let's take an in-depth look at two WordPress security vulnerabilities recently discovered in the massively popular Next Gen Gallery plugin.
Google's upcoming algorithm update prioritizes site performance. And that means it's time to optimize your WordPress sites.
Millions of WordPress sites are vulnerable due to poor security. Let's look at how hackers exploit sites and ways to prevent malicious hacks.
With the great power of WordPress comes great responsibility. Let's look into how WPScan gives a hackers-eye view of your site's security.
Delivering speed and ease for your next WordPress project, we’ve launched a new version of our Managed WordPress hosting solution.
Plugins help web designers easily add features to a WordPress site. These 7 plugins will be essential for every one of them you build.
The prominence of WordPress makes it an attractive target to hackers, criminals, and other bad actors.
WordPress developers and website administrators can apply user roles to precisely manage individuals' access to Wordpress website tools.
This is the second post in a series on the WordPress Philosophy. Last month I described why WordPress has a Philosophy and why WordPress users should care about that and understand it.
Have you ever installed a plugin into your WordPress website and thought, “Ummm… that’s different”?