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10 Things You Might Be Doing That Puts Your WordPress Site at Risk

WordPress is, for better or worse, the most popular CMS in existence right now – responsible for powering about a quarter of the websites in existence. It is this popular for good reason – the ease with which it can be customized and extended means that it can be adapted for almost any imaginable use.

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Preview of Upcoming WordPress 4.3 Features

The next major version release of WordPress is approaching, the time has come to take a look at the latest changes and improvements to the platform. Of course, this won’t be an exhaustive list, since I will only really be covering changes that will be more apparent to people who regularly log into the admin area.

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Here's something you need to know if you want a WordPress website

When WordPress first launched in 2003 as a successor to b2/cafelog, it was a simple blogging system, but it has since evolved into a full-fledged content management system responsible for powering approximately 23% of all websites live on the web today.

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