#4 WP Weekly Recap – WordPress 5.1 Beta 3, WordPress Security Myths, WordPress as CRM

Interested in reading WordPress news? We got you covered. As usual, we have searched high and low for the best articles published during the past week.

If you want to try some new interesting WordPress stuff, there are some great tutorials to follow among the news in our weekly WordPress recap.

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#4 WP Weekly Recap

WordPress 5.1 Beta 3

On our way to WordPress 5, WordPress 5.1 Beta 3 was recently released. But remember that this software is still in development, so don’t use this version on your production website. WordPress 5.1 is scheduled to be released on February 21, so if you want to help with testing and finding bugs read the article. » Read More

How to Schedule Your Posts in WordPress (Step by Step)

Schedule your articles on your WordPress website is an easy and convenient way to plan when your articles will be published. But how do you schedule your articles? In this step by step guide, WPBeginner shows how you can easily schedule WordPress posts. » Read More

How to Test Your WordPress Website for PHP 7.x Compatibility

If you still use PHP 5.6 for your WordPress website, it is time to start thinking about updating. Both PHP 5.6 and 7.0 versions reached their end-of-life at the end of 2018. There are many advantages to updating to a newer and supported version. One of the biggest advantages is, of course, the increase in speed. » Read More

How to Customize Your WordPress Login Screen

Learn how to customize your WordPress login screen.

If you find that the default login page to WordPress is boring, you are not alone! But there are ways to redesign the page to better fit your personal blog, company or brand. Ben Sibley guides us to create an attractive and stylishly designed custom login page that is easy to create. » Read More

Spam Injector Disguised as License Key in WordPress Website

There are various ways to infect a WordPress website with malware and malicious code. Sucuri recently discovered another quite different approach to infect websites. The attacker and hacker had formatted an encoded injector to look like a theme’s license key. » Read More

The Top 5 WordPress Security Myths Debunked

You’ve probably read about WordPress security advice, right? There are tons of articles that deal with this topic, but are the information correct? In this article from iTheme, they go through popular WordPress security myths to give you accurate and better information for your website security strategy. » Read More

Why You Should Use WordPress as CRM

Are you familiar with CRM? CRM stands for customer relationship management which is an application for analyzing and using data for business contacts. Can you use CRM with WordPress? The article from Under Construction Page gives you 5 reasons why you should use WordPress as your dedicated CRM. » Read More

Successful Tips To Boost Your WordPress Website In 2019

Successful Tips To Boost Your WordPress Website

If you want to boost your WordPress website, this article may come in handy. We at WPBN write about how you can increase the loading speed, SEO, security, how to share quality content and much more. » Read More

How to Create a WordPress Custom Dashboard for Yourself or Clients

If you want to create customized dashboards in WordPress for your clients, this article from Kinsta is a recommended reading. In this article, you will learn how to label the WhitePress dashboard. Hide WordPress admin menu items and much more. » Read More

How to Create a Membership Pricing Table in WordPress

If you want to show your membership pricing on your WordPress website, a pricing table is an excellent idea for highlighting your subscription plans. This article from Cozmoslabs shows how you can create attractive pricing tables with WordPress plugins. » Read More

This was the WordPress news for this week. If you have great WordPress news to share, add a comment below or contact us via our Contact page here.

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