Last month, more than 2,000 attendees from around the world came together in Vienna at WordCamp Europe to share their affinity for WordPress. As I sat there, sweating profusely and sharing ideas and thoughts with attendees, it hit me that we still have a long way to go with security in the community.
Later today (3:45pm ET) I’ll deliver my annual State of the Word speech, which I’m very excited about. If you’d like to watch remotely, this year live stream tickets are free and you can tune in here.
Last updated on by Editorial Staff In the past, we have shown you how to reset your WordPress password using phpMyAdmin. That method is a little bit advanced, so we showed you an easier way to recover a lost password in WordPress in case you forgot yours.
DigitalCube launched Shifter at WordCamp US today, the first serverless hosting product for WordPress. The Japanese development company specializes in WordPress and AWS integrations. Shifter was built by the same team behind the company’s Amimoto cloud hosting platform.
One of our users pointed out that we have a lot of hacks and tutorials that cover WordPress Custom fields, but we never bothered explaining what exactly is a WordPress Custom Field, and how it can be utilized. So in this article, we will share… Read More ”
Community, mutual respect, and trust are of utmost importance in the WordPress Community. When that trust, respect, or courtesy is breached it makes us all a little less strong. We want everyone who loves WordPress to feel as welcome as possible, and when anyone in our community breaches our code of conduct, it’s important to say something and act swiftly to stop it.
The WordPress REST API is one of the latest features of WordPress, the content management system used by 25% of the web. The API exposes data in WordPress, making it available for developers to use in different contexts, and making it possible to use WordPress as a headless CMS. At Human Made, we have experience using the REST API in our own products and on client projects.