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Reasons to use WordPress for a charity website

4 Reasons To Use WordPress For a Charity Website

WordPress shares your values Open source software is in line with the values of a charitable organisation. There are no ties to any company. You have full access to the code of the platform and you own your data. Transparency is a key aspect for a charity and WordPress provides just that. Being free and […]

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WordPress Keyboard Shortcuts to Streamline Your Workflow

The focus of our list is on the most useful and efficient WordPress keyboard shortcuts as well as user interface tips for options that aren’t obvious at first glance. With that being said, we will also cover the basics, such as platform-specific text manipulation shortcuts. If you’re not familiar with them, stick around until the […]

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Monthly WordPress Vulnerability Report

Monthly WordPress Vulnerability Report #4 – December 2018

The number of reports on WordPress 5.0 vulnerabilities makes the fourth issue of WordPress Vulnerability Report our most important one so far. They quickly deployed a new 5.0.1 security release to patch up the platform, and we have summed them up for you in an easily digestible way once again. Even though the December issue […]

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Essential WordPress Plugins We Use for Every Website Build

Yoast SEO Search engine optimisation is crucial for the success of every business website. With over 5 million active installations, Yoast is the most popular SEO plugin for WordPress. The plugin allows your team to cover the basics of SEO to maintain the visibility of your business in search engines. The free version helps you to […]

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WordPress Website Templates

Why You Should Avoid WordPress Website Templates

The design is the first thing your visitors judge when they come across your website. User experience comes in second place. If you take a closer look at WordPress business templates, they cripple in both areas. They’re simply not good enough. Where do WordPress website templates fall short? So what is it about pre-made themes that […]

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Monthly WordPress Vulnerability Report

Monthly WordPress Vulnerability Report #3 – November 2018

Cross-site-scripting and privilege escalation are recurring issues in WordPress and it’s no different this month. WooCommerce suffers from the latter because of the way WordPress handles privileges. A clever file deletion can escalate the Shop Manager’s privileges to the point where they can take control of any other account on the website. If you want […]

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WordPress Gutenberg – What You Need To Know

The new editor, code-named Gutenberg, is front and centre of the next WordPress update. It allows you to create rich post layouts by using moveable blocks. In short, it acts as a kind of drag-and-drop tool. These blocks can be a lot of things – from headings, through paragraphs, images and custom HTML, all the […]

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Monthly WordPress Vulnerability Report

Monthly WordPress Vulnerability Report #2: Cross-Site-Scripting

Cross-site-scripting (an attack that executes a malicious script without the user’s knowledge) was the flavour of the month and with some of the attacks being easy to perform, we recommend checking which plugins are affected. If you want to know why we launched the Monthly WordPress Vulnerability Report, check out the introductory post including a message […]

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How to Make Your Mobile Website Load Faster

Most people you know own a mobile device and use it to browse the Internet. The majority probably still use a computer, but on average they spend twice as much time when browsing on their phone and tablet. Amazon calculated that a single second of a slowdown in the loading time of their website could […]

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