Category Archives for "Tech Support"
IFTTT (If This, Then That) is an amazing tool for automating things including things from and to WordPress There are so many things that you can automate using IFTTT. For example, every time you post to your WordPress blog you can have it: tweet your post to twitter, publish your post on your facebook page […]Continue reading
Wow – lots of serious security vulnerabilities discovered this week! In addition to Monday’s required WordPress core update, serious vulnerabilities have just been found in the widely used Jetpack plugin for WP. You can get the details on the Jetpack security exploits that were discovered from the WordFence blog (which does a better job of explaining the security issues) […]Continue reading
Update Your WordPress Sites to v4.5.3 ASAP to Avoid Security Exploits WordPress 4.5.3 has been released to address a number of security issues that had been discovered. All users with WordPress 2.5.2 or earlier should update immediately. After all, who wants their WP site to be hacked, right? Don’t wait. WordPress 4.5.3 also includes 17 […]Continue reading
Wow. What happened – my site is now so sloooooooooow! I’ve been away from the computer for quite some time. My husband was diagnosed with end-stage liver disease out of nowhere last year and I’m his sole caregiver – it’s been brutal and terrifying. He’s having a wave of feeling somewhat better so I jumped onto the […]Continue reading
WordPress 4.0 Released with some minor feature enhancements Usually a .0 release of any software indicates some major changes have gone on under the hood. That’s not really the case with WordPress 4.0. Mostly, users will notice an improved post creation process (especially as embeds (like from youtube, twitter, etc) now appear live instead of […]Continue reading