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Upgrade to PHP 7.2 Before It’s Too Late

In roughly four weeks, WP Engine will start converting their users websites away from PHP 5.6 and PHP 7.0 and other hosting providers aren’t far behind. This change will affect almost 50% of WordPress websites, as those sites are still running PHP 5.6 or 7.0. The reason for this upcoming change is that both PHP 5.6 and 7.0 will be officially be deprecated, and may present security concerns going forward as they won’t be supported any longer. If you are hosting your WordPress website or websites on the WP Engine – Read More

Introducing Elevate for WordPress

We recently released our very first WordPress plugin, Elevate SEO. Using it, you can modify information on a per-post or per-page basis that will help you obtain a higher search ranking. It will also handle all the complicated meta data to make sure your website looks great when shared to various social media websites. You can download Elevate today from the official Elevate for WordPress site, or from the free repository.

Project Gutenberg

For those of you who may not know, the team behind WordPress has been working hard for the last year or so on a brand new interface called Gutenberg. Gutenberg is a pretty revolutionary change for WordPress, with the primary goal being to replace the typical Page/Post editor with far more powerful editor that consists of independent blocks. The end result will be a more user friendly way to edit content, similar to what other website creation tools, such as Wix, employ. To say it’s been a bit controversial would – Read More

The Importance of Having A (Good) Mobile Website

Responsive Website Development

If you don’t have a properly developed mobile website nowadays, Google will lower your ranking and drive less traffic to your website.