Impressions of the WordPress Gutenberg editor (part one)

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I’ve now taken the plunge, no not into the local lake with my scuba-diving kit on as that can wait until the weekend, but into upgrading WordPress to version 5, well version 5.0.1 to be precise as that addresses some pre-existing security issues that have only come to light recently. Gutenberg is the new block-based … Continued

SSL Certificates

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SSL Certificates are typically deployed to add security to pages where end-users are expected to submit highly confidential data. Examples include payment forms (which require the user to submit credit cards details), account login pages (where the user must enter their username and password) and secure services like internet banking and online email (where complete … Continued


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WordPress was released on May 27, 2003 as a blogging platform and has quickly developed into the world’s most popular Content Management System (CMS) managing nearly 30% of the world’s websites. It enables you to create new content for your website without the need to involve a developer or specialist editor. So as soon as … Continued

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