Your web content management system (Web CMS) is a critical component of your digital customer experience programs. Forrester analyst Ted Schadler has called the Web CMS the backbone of any digital experience delivery system. Research from CMSWire confirms organizations aren’t always happy with their existing Web CMS platforms (download required). About 38 percent plan to invest in a Web CMS/DX […]
WordPress is not just the blogging site, but now it has acquired its place as website development platform. These days, WordPress web development has turned out to be a crucial need for the business owners because this platform serves more purposes than being a blogging tool.
WordPress makes life easy for small businesses, bloggers, and large news sites. You have best practices automatically applied in many cases like canonical links and there are plugins for practically everything else you need. With the ease of publishing content and designs, you also have a new issue:
Performance issues, security vulnerabilities and problems resulting from updates top the list of challenges facing businesses using WordPress. The stats come from a survey conducted by Pagely, a managed WordPress hosting platform. The 2018 Edition of “The Biggest WordPress Headaches” survey looks at some very specific issues affecting how the WordPress platform operates.
Your website is made up of code and files. A new website is not unlike a new car. It’s pristine and running like a top. But, we all know what happens a few years/miles down the road… something is going to break… Keeping that “new website smell” is important. If your clients or Google hop inside […]
Since late 2017 there have been rumblings about the upcoming WordPress 5.0 “Gutenberg” editor—part of a WordPress core update that promises to make major changes to the CMS’s user experience. Currently, those changes are available for preview in a plugin called Gutenberg, and it’s receiving mixed reviews. With the release slated for April or May […]
About a third of Irish internet users have discovered malicious software on their device, according to a Eurobarometer survey. Furthermore, sixteen percent of Irish survey respondents said they had their social media or email account hacked, yet only half of them have installed anti-virus software.
It’s probably not surprising that WordPress powers 30% of the internet. But you may be surprised to learn that, at the time of this writing, over 2,300 websites run on WordPress were infected by malware, based on data provided (here, here and here) by PublicWWW, a source code search engine.
I’ve spent quite a bit of time with WordPress, more than a decade to be broad, and in these 10 years I’ve learnt that even though WordPress is literally the best CMS out there currently, it too has its flaws. If nothing else, the errors which popup from time to time do seem to cause […]