A list or WordPress Versions, from the newest to the oldest, along with the changelog information on new features and improvements in each version.
In 2012 I had 3 sites, have files replaced with the message Hacked by ghost-dz Algerian Hacker
From 2010: I’ve just fixed 2 blogs which I host that had been hacked. These are the first I have had hacked in more than 10 years of web-design and hosting. Don’t panic, from what I can see this hack seems to be non-malicious and simple to recover from. This hack is not WordPress specific. …
This was not specifically a WordPress hack but rather a server hack that needs to ultimately to be dealt with by your website host.
All my favourite WordPress plugins, I use them all on a regular basis, on my own and my client’s WordPress sites.
What can Jetpack do for you? The WordPress Jetpack Plugin is a toolbox of plugins to help improve your WordPress site, developed by the same people that brought you WordPress, Automattic. Some of the features are free, whilst the Personal ($39/year), Premium ($99/year) & Professional ($299/year) editions will give you additional features. Jetpack Website Free Features …
Dropbox – 2GB free online storage that can be accessed and synced from any of your computers. Use the link here and we’ll both get an extra 500MB of storage. Will also sync to your Mobile.
A short list of some of the WordPress Theme Library’s I like to use for inspiration. Some of the links below contain referral information for accounts I have with the services below.
Simple History shows recent changes made within WordPress, directly on your dashboard or on a separate page. It’s good to have on sites where several people are involved in editing the content.
Like the look of the new WordPress twenty fourteen theme and want to start tweaking it for your required application. Take the 2014 theme to the next level through the use of plugins or for the more technically inclined, through creating your own child theme.