Please join me for this class on WordPress Security Essentials, Tuesday, July 13, 2010, at the new Boulder Digital Arts studio. Use discount code BDA-Instructor-2010 to receive 10% off the class. WordPress is an easy, powerful way to build and maintain a website. This flexible, highly customizable content management system (CMS) is ideal for blogs, […]
Do you upgrade all of your clients sites every time a new version of WordPress comes out?
Q: If you develop websites with WordPress for clients, what do you do about upgrading their sites? Do you upgrade all of your clients sites every time a new version of WordPress comes out? Do you only upgrade when there’s a security risk? Do you tell your clients before you start that you will be […]
7 Things to Keep in Mind When Assessing the Security Risk of Using WordPress as a CMS
The other night, I was part of a panel discussion at Boulder Digital Arts about WordPress. We had three panelists: me, Bethany Siegler of UniqueThink.com, and Doulgas Wray of MacWebGuru.com. In the middle of the presentation, someone asked: A programmer friend of mine suggested that I should use a lesser known CMS because WordPress is […]