Weekly SEO Recap: RankBrain and Archive Search

This week in search we saw the following important events: Google (finally) got a brain; we’re getting search for the web’s history; Google said Penguin will come before the end of the year. RankBrain In a piece on Bloomberg Google talked about using AI for their search results, something that we’ve been speculating as coming […]

How I Organize My Files When Developing WordPress Themes

When it comes to organizing your work flow, some developers – especially beginners – think development for plugins and themes should require the same approach. Although both types of projects are aimed specifically at WordPress, altering you tactics in a few specific ways can make your life a lot easier. Check out this classic post from Tom McFarlin on how to organize your files specifically when you’re working on a new theme.

How to Allow Users to Notify You of Errors in WordPress Posts

Self publishing your ideas on the web has become extremely easy. However, the biggest downside of self-publishing is that you are entirely responsible for your mistakes. There is no one checking, proof reading and editing what you publish except yourself. You might have built yourself… Read More »

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Weekly WordPress News: WordPress Halloween Coupons & Deals 2015

Happy Halloween Everyone! This is one of my favourite holidays of the year – I’ll be settling in tomorrow night to watch some old Horror films, starting with Night of the Living Dead. Here’s the link to the Full film in HD on YouTube if you fancy watching a classic film which kick-started the Zombie

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The GoDaddy Hot 100 Highlights WordPress Plugin and Theme Trends

The WordPress community has thrived based on the contributions of its members. As part of its continued commitment to the WordPress community, GoDaddy has begun publishing the GoDaddy Hot 100 as a way to share insights from across our millions of WordPress installations. It’s a way for us to contribute to the openness of the WordPress community by empowering developers with data on the latest industry trends with respect to WordPress plugins and themes.

WPScan Intro: WordPress Vulnerability Scanner

Have you ever wanted to run security tests on your WordPress website to see if it could be easily hacked? WPScan is a black box vulnerability scanner for WordPress sponsored by Sucuri and maintained by the WPScan Team, available free for Linux and Mac users. If you use Windows, you can install a virtual machine
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