November 15, 2018

WordPress 5 – Gutenberg update review

In the next couple of weeks, WordPress 5 will be released. It includes a major rollout of a new page editor called Gutenberg. WordPress has posted the notice across all dashboards:   First impressions The update completely changes the WYSIWYG into a ‘block’ editor. We first trialled Gutenberg when it was initially released a couple of… Read more

Izumi Izumi Mitsui

April 17, 2014

WordPress 3.9 is now out. Are you ready?

The official release of WordPress 3.9 has now been announced. Dedicated to the jazz legend Jimmy Smith, the main objective is to close the gap between ‘what you see’ and ‘what you get’ to enhance usability. Detailed information here: http://wordpress.org/news/2014/04/smith/   Most dashboards will now display this notification: Before you let your trigger happy finger loose on… Read more

Izumi Izumi Mitsui

March 18, 2014

Isn’t WordPress for blogs?

If you’ve been anywhere online or looked at getting a website in the recent years ‘WordPress’ is probably a common term you’ve heard thrown around even if you’re not web savvy.   Contrary to popular belief WordPress is much more than a blogging platform. Since it’s first release in 2003 (primarily for blogging purposes), the… Read more

Izumi Izumi Mitsui

February 22, 2013

Keeping your open source CMS updated with security patches

Arguably the top 3 open source website CMS (Content Management Systems) on the planet are: Drupal, WordPress, and Joomla. Unfortunately their huge popularity comes at a price: they’re more attractive to mischief makers (i.e. hackers) than less popular systems. So keeping your site updated with the latest security patches (much like keeping your PC’s anti-virus… Read more

Ross Ross Gerring