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Why is #WordPress insecure? It's always backwards-compatible and its original security model was lax:
Artisteer seemed more interested in copy-protection than in creating a product. Has it changed?
Yes, #WordPress is horribly bloated. Here's some of the bottlenecks and workarounds:
An introduction to conditional #php tags in WordPress to check for category, archives, widgets, etc. only scratches the surface:
In light of #wordpress buying #woocommerce, an article about how woo and #magento stack up:
Ma.tt's blog about #wordpress acquiring #woocommerce. Interesting that WP acquires #woocommerce, doesn't mention themes.
Is ThemeForest the best place to get a #wordpress #theme? Maybe, but there are issues...
Good walk-through of installing #WordPress on an #AWS instance without bitnami or such:
What to do when your #WordPress site's hacked. Short version: How good is your #backup?
Using #WordPress category pages as #landingpages. There seems to be little hard data on landingpages efficacy.
Intro to writing a #WordPress #Widget in #php. Looks like a real good intro:
Some hints for those poor benighted souls trying to debug #wordpress #php errors:
Market share of a LOT of #CMS systems, other that the big 3 #opensource ones, counts #ecommerce and #bbs:
Yet another list of "must-have" #wordpress plugins. Actually some new ones in this list:
Analytics plugins for WordPress. I wouldn't call them "amazing" myself, but the author did:
Another take on Joomla/Wordpress/Drupal in a shootout. Interesting results:
Some WordPress theme design cheat sheets:
A minimal, bootstrap-based responsive WordPress theme. Looks good to me.
WPBeginner.com: good wordpress tutorials and free videos after registration:
Recent migrations to and from Wordpress. Mostly to: