Jason Cosper writes on the WP Engine blog that people need to stop saying WordPress is not secure, because it is. WordPress Core is rarely cause for security concerns, and hasn’t been for some time. However, due to WordPress’ massive scale of adoption, we all do need to be careful about what else we put on our installs that may potentially be insecure – but Core is never likely to be the point of vulnerability.
The decoupled or “headless” CMS is rising in popularity. Alyssa Cuda breaks down what that means for WordPress and showcases some examples of headless WordPress. Some of these sites were mentioned by Phil Crumm and Weston Ruter during the 2017 WP Engine Summit.
Nice example of filtering get_terms() to orderby the include parameter. It’s also demonstrating with a WooCommerce example, which is handy.
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If you’re involved with your local meetup (or want to start one), you should be following along the current series on the Make WordPress Events blog from Aaron Jorbin discussing meetup best practices. Today’s comments were surprisingly thorough over a simple topic: refreshments. In Birmingham, we meet in the very awesome upstairs of a bar….
Most business owners have never been through an exit and don’t know what to expect. They don’t have confidence when talking to potential buyers and don’t feel like their business is prepared and ready for an exit. In this two-hour live webinar, Cory Miller and Jeff Meziere, who’ve both bought and sold companies, will share keys…
Upcoming Events 📆 Speak Up! Black Speakers in WordPress Workshop — WP Engine is accepting signups for this event which will kick off on June 5th to support “Black voices in the WordPress community” and elevate “community members to leadership roles.” Web Agency Summit is happening on March 23-26 with Chris Lema and others. It’s…