Category: WordPress

5th Dec 2017 / Capital Numbers / WordPress

Can WordPress support an enterprise-level business? Enterprise organizations usually encompass several different organizations or offices with their own objectives and budgets. Operating on a national or multinational scale, these organizations handle a significant amount of traffic. So they need a scalable, adaptable, and robust web presence. While there are a few exceptions to the rule, … Read Full Article

28th Nov 2017 / Capital Numbers / WordPress

What Changes Have Been Made in WordPress 4.9, and How Can They Help You? Let’s Take a Look: WordPress just rolled out version 4.9, “Tipton.” Clients and developers are both sure to find WP 4.9 a marked improvement over previous versions. There’s a lot to be said about these new changes, and it may take … Read Full Article

16th Aug 2017 / Sheree Krause / WordPress

WordPress has taken the internet by storm in the recent years. These days, almost all big brands rely on WordPress for developing SEO friendly websites. The internet is dominated by hundreds of content management systems – Drupal, Joomla, and Magento, to name just a few. Going by the figures, WordPress alone is responsible for shaping … Read Full Article

7th May 2017 / Sourav Roy / WordPress

A popular server-side scripting and general-purpose programming language today, PHP, was originally created by a Danish-Canadian programmer named Rasmus Lerdorf. Although the stable release of PHP only happened on April 12, 2017, it has been around for twenty-one years, as it was first developed in 1994. There are many benefits that  PHP offer. The PHP … Read Full Article

As a vast majority of shoppers initiate a search online before making a purchase, it has become very important for small businesses to have an online presence. With a website and little bit of online marketing, small businesses stand a fair chance to compete against the bigger businesses. Many small businesses have understood the importance … Read Full Article

8th Dec 2016 / Sourav Roy / WordPress

WordPress is a very popular and free open source Content Management System (CMS) based on PHP and MySQL. As per W3Techs Web Technology Surveys, 58.5% of all the websites having low traffic uses WordPress as their Content Management System (CMS). Recently, a major vulnerability was discovered which could have resulted in a mass compromise of … Read Full Article