WordPress 4.2.3 is now available. This has been released to fix a cross-site scripting vulnerability in WordPress versions 4.2.2 and earlier. It is strongly recommended that you updated your sites to 4.2.3 since this vulnerability can allow users with contributor or author role to compromise a site.
In the upcoming WordPress 4.3 the content for both Visual and Text editors will be escaped the same. WordPress use to run the content through the PHP
wpautop() function (before initializing TinyMCE) this is no longer needed.
Millions of users out there are now selling products in WordPress. If you are one of them I believe you are also trying various methods to maximize your website revenue. Today I’m going to show you a simple method that is proven and very effective for increasing revenue online.
In my PayPal Button plugin there are certain shortcode parameters that you can use to create a PayPal subscription button and accept recurring payments from your WordPress site. Continue reading How to Create a PayPal Subscription Button in WordPress
Google Adsense allows you to earn revenue by showing relevant ads on your website for your content. If your website is running on WordPress like mine, you can easily enable Google Adsense on it with a few simple steps.
WP Engine has just launched an automated migration plugin. This plugin will eliminate the complexity of migrating a website to WP Engine. In additional to the migration plugin they have also added a 20% discount to their hosting plans.
bluehost is now running a fourth of July special offer on hosting. You will be able to enjoy this special promotion rates on all bluehost hosting packages. Starting from July 1st their hosting prices are going down to $3.49/month.
Even though I host most of my videos on YouTube, there are several ways to upload and manage videos in WordPress. Video hosting becomes easier with a self-hosted WordPress blog (where you sign up with a web hosting company instead of hosting it for free).
Oberon is a Twenty Fifteen child theme. This theme changes the default layout of Twenty Fifteen theme by moving the sidebar and navigation menu to the right.
WordPress.org is finally revamping their web hosting recommendation page. They were recommending only Bluehost, DreamHost and Laughing Squid for a very long time. But over the years many other companies started offering better hosting packages for WordPress. I believe this would be a good change for new and existing WordPress users.