If you have a website or blog hosted on wordpress.com and would like to transfer it to a different hosting platform (running on WordPress), this tutorial will guide you through the whole process.
Paid Memberships Pro is a free WordPress membership plugin that allows you to sell memberships and manage a complete membership system by providing restricted access to members-only content. Continue reading “Paid Memberships Pro Plugin Review”
WordPress 4.4. beta 1 is now available for download. You can now set it up on a development site to test its features and help fix bugs.
WordPress 4.3 introduced formatting shortcuts to make your writing flow faster and easier. It allows you to format text quickly by using some special characters.
WordPress 4.2.4 is now available for download. This release addresses six critical issues that could be used to compromise your website. If your website is running on WordPress 4.2.3 or older It is strongly recommended that you update to 4.2.4.
PHP 7 is expected to release later this year. One of the major changes in PHP 7 is that PHP 4 style constructors are deprecated. In order to prepare WordPress to transition to PHP 7, WordPress is deprecating these constructors in 4.3.
WP eStore is an e-commerce plugin which allows you to create bulk discount pricing for your store products. Bulk pricing is typically used to offer discounts when customers purchase quantities of a particular item.
I have a number of plugins in the WordPress plugin directory. There is an issue with screenshots that I have been trying to figure out for a while. In fact, I have experienced the same issue with some other plugins. Continue reading “How to Set MIME Type of Screenshots in the WordPress Plugin Repository”
Videos can be great to illustrate your content. There are many plugins out there for embedding videos in a post/page. Some of them can be used to embed videos from video-sharing sites (e.g. YouTube, Vimeo). Some plugins also support self-hosted video embedding. Fortunately, This feature is now available in WordPress (it was added as of WordPress 3.6).
As you may know that a security vulnerability was recently published on the web. This vulnerability affects version 3.0 of the SSL(Secure Sockets Layer) protocol. It basically allows someone to gain access to a connection that was assumed secure previously.