If you’re running WordPress sites, you’ve probably heard the term “latest PHP version” thrown around. Well-known sites like Facebook and Wikipedia are websites developed using the PHP language. Additionally, 40% of the web is powered by WordPress which is built using PHP. But, what is it? And why do you have to use the latest version?
Why should a website be mobile friendly? Because more people than ever search for and access content on their mobile devices, the sites you design must work well on those devices and provide information in a readable manner.
In this post, we’ll be going over why outdated PHP versions can lead to an increase in vulnerabilities with your website and how you can minimize these risks to protect your site and your visitors.
Two and a half years ago, we introduced Google Analytics 4 to address these evolving measurement standards and help businesses succeed. Google Analytics 4 has the flexibility to measure many different kinds of data, delivering a strong analytics experience that’s designed for the future. It allows businesses to see unified user journeys across their websites and apps, use Google’s machine learning technology to surface and predict new insights, and most importantly, it’s built to keep up with a changing ecosystem.
Third-party scripts provide a wide range of useful functionality, making the web more dynamic, interactive, and interconnected. These scripts may be crucial to your website’s functionality or revenue stream. But third-party scripts also come with many risks that should be taken into consideration to minimize their impact while still providing value. Why do you need to be careful about third-party scripts?
There are 5.1 billion people on the internet, and they’re increasingly turning to mobile devices to browse and shop online. In the mobile vs. desktop war, the two have gone head to head. Who’s winning?
Follow these 10 WordPress security tips to keep your site from falling ill from malware this winter season.
It’s second nature to type in a simple word or phrase to have millions of results presented to you across thousands of pages. There’s even a name for them. We call those Search Engine Results Pages or SERPs for short.
WordPress is an open-source, dynamic, content management system (CMS powering over one third of the world’s websites. To understand how WordPress works, we break down the 5 components that join to make the single most popular CMS in the world.
The term “WordPress core” encompasses all the foundational files that a WordPress website requires to work. In this article, we’re going to take a look in detail at the core of WordPress. By the end, you’ll know exactly what WordPress core means, what it does, how you can contribute to WordPress, and a lot more.