WordPress 5.4, named in honour of American jazz musician Nat Adderley, was released on March 31 and includes a robust list of new blocks, enhancements, and new features for both users and developers.
This major release should improve the way you create content on your websites (building more with blocks, faster and easier).
- Two new blocks. And better blocks overall.
- Cleaner UI, clearer navigation – and easier tabbing!
- Your fundamental right: privacy.
The primary focus areas of this release includes the block editor, privacy, accessibility, and developer improvements, with the full list of enhancements covered in WP 5.4 field guide.
Version 5.4.1 addressed some security issues and fixed 11 bugs. For more information, see the release notes.
The world is in a very difficult place right now, and the online communities aren’t an exception. Everywhere you look, events are being cancelled, and for people who network online, this can be really unsettling, as we’re all close and we miss our gatherings.
Luckily, we get to stay connected online and especially now, when staying home is the right thing to do, taking your event online is a smart and easy move.
SiteGround has put a short guide that will help you organise an online event in four easy and actionable steps :
- Why You Need An Online Event And How To Promote It.
- Get The Right Platform.
- Prepare Your Presenters.
- Test Technical Settings.
Read SiteGround’s blog.
Get SiteGround’s detailed tips on where to start and how to grow your online presence.
- Getting Your Business Online
- Building a Business Site
- Growing Your Traffic and Sales
- Optimizing Your Site for Growth
WooCommerce can make the building of complex online stores an easy task. It’s a very flexible plugin that has tons of features and hundreds of extensions, which makes it highly adaptable to various business models. Hopefully, this guide, by SiteGround, will help you kick-start your ecommerce website.
They say common sense isn’t so common, but in terms of security, it’s your best ally. Of course, there is no such thing as a 100% secure website, but this guide, by SiteGround, can help in maintaining a safe site for a long time.