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It may seem obvious that you ought to upgrade WordPress whenever upgrades are released. If security was the only rationale to do, it would be an EXCELLENT one. But it’s not the only reason — check out the other benefits of making upgrades a regular part of your work in my post — https://jakegroup.com/blog/the-importance-of-upgrading-wordpress/
On occasion you may have reason to map a domain name to a specific IP address on an individual computer. I find this most useful when developing locally so that I can use a website’s actual domain name but map it to the local dev version of the site. Using a custom domain mapping is… Read more »
A fixed header is a good way to maintain a prominent position for the branding and navigation elements on your website. A normal inline header disappears once a visitor begins scrolling to see content lower on the page. A fixed header remains pinned to the top of the browser window so that it always remains… Read more »
WordPress tends to make a major version release about every six months, as well as several other minor versions every year. As soon as a stable release is made, an alert message is posted on admin dashboards along with a link to automatically install the update. If you are not comfortable with that, you can… Read more »
WordPress makes it extremely easy to setup a new website, but avoid the pitfall of using a username that’ll put your site at risk.