WordPress security double whammy! Open SSL Heartbleed vulnerability and exploits in the JetPack plugin. Read how to fix the problems & secure your website.
WordFence, the makers of the WordPress security firewall plugin of the same name, have launched a real-time view of attacks blocked by their software
WordPress 3.9 has been given a release date of April 15th. We may see an improvement to the widget area and refinement to some newly released features.
In an effort to adopt cleaner code all WordPress plugin repository commits via SVN will go through a PHP syntax check.
WordPress 3.8 is going to look very different with a Dashboard overhaul giving it a new flat UI and the new Twenty Fourteen theme arrives just in time for Christmas.
Find out what else has changed in this release.
As more of us are using mobile devices to access the Interwebs. We asked WPtouch developer and co-founder of BraveNewCode, Duane Storey, for his expert views on the Future of Mobile Web Browsing.
Slides from WordPress Sydney August meetup. What’s new in WordPress 3.6 and beyond: WordPress 3.7, WordPress 3.8, Twenty Thirteen, Twenty Fourteen and MP6.
An in-depth overview of the WordCamp Melbourne 2013 conference focusing on the Developer / High Tech stream.
Over the past couple of weeks we’ve seen a huge increase in attacks on WordPress websites from automated bot-nets. The “brute-force” attack is on-going and many hosting providers are having to put measures in place to mitigate any potential breaches.
WordPress 3.6 beta was launched at the end of last week which means the official release date is like to be very soon.
Lets have a look and see what goodies lie within.