WordPress software, admin and security news
Fresh numbers on the growing popularity of WordPress. Who knew that Wednesday is the day when the software is downloaded most frequently, and on Fridays downloaders have better things to do Read >
Awstats is a web traffic analytics software package that collects statistical data about visitors of a web site. It inserts data into a database so that it is easy to view historical statistics and compare it to today’s numbers. A Read >
WordPress is the world’s most popular software for building web sites and for publishing on the internet. This fact makes it the number one target for hackers. Every self-hosted WordPress admin, even if only running a simple blog, should take security Read >
Published 2019-08-27, Updated 2020-07-06 with settings for different types of URLs.
Awstats is a statistics/analysis tool that collects data from visitors who view a web site. It tallies up data into a database so that you can view historical statistics and compare Read >
The world’s most popular content management system WordPress is also the world’s most popular target for hackers. Creative hackers have established profitable businesses whose costs are paid by others.
Enterprising hackers have created a new online business that costs them next Read >
Installing a basic WordPress system really is a straightforward task, but configuring it to survive unexpected technical problems and inevitable hacking attempts requires some planning.
If you have decided to get all the features that WordPress software has and perhaps tweak the Read >
WordPress, a free open source software package used for many types of online publications, was launched 15 years ago. Since then, it has steadily grown into the most popular content management system for building and running web sites. Now, the Read >
WordPress is so popular software package for online publications, e-commerce, business sites, blogs, and all types of web sites that it has the major problem that comes with success: hackers. Sucuri, a business specialized in web site security, analyzed infected web Read >
Everyone who is responsible for administering and managing a WordPress blog, web site, or publication that is configured to accept comments knows how massive the comment spam problem is. Fortunately, multiple solutions are available to fight it. In fact, there are Read >
A major release of WordPress (version 5.0) open source publishing software and a major gathering of WordPress experts (Wordcamp) coincided in early December 2018. It wasn’t a coincidence. People who had contributed to the new software could explain what was new, Read >