So the original
$wpdb->prepare vulnerability, which, I remind you is based on a potential typo in third-party code, is followed up with a new potential vulnerability based on double preparing a query. So again, bad third-party code.
We have written how to move a single WordPress site into a Multisite installation quite a while ago. It’s time to find out how to do the opposite — migrate a site from inside a Multisite installation, into a standalone single-site WordPress install.
WordPress 4.7 has been released a few moments ago, and includes a brand new default theme, starter content support, video headers, custom CSS, menu management improvements, content endpoints for the REST API, and much more.
WordPress 4.6 has been released a few days ago and includes better plugin and theme updates, native fonts for the admin area, visual editor improvements, better Multisite performance, resource hints and much more.
WordPress 4.5 has been released. This update features an improved “insert link” workflow, more formatting shortcuts, mobile previews in the Customizer, custom logos support for some themes and more. Below is a video demonstrating some of these new features.
When your WordPress site is essential to your business, you need to be thinking about performance and security all the time. Here at Pressjitsu we’re a bit obsessed with both, so we crafted a free online tool to benchmark your WordPress site.
The WordPress core team has released version 4.2.2 a few hours ago. This is a security and maintenance release which fixes 17 bugs and two security issues.
WordPress 4.2 “Powell” has been released, bringing some new features, improvements, and bug fixes to the core software. A brand new Press This bookmarklet, Emoji support, better plugin updates and more.