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Divi 2.4 Release: The Classic Elegance with a Fresh New Future


The Divi theme, from Elegant Themes, has seen its fair share of spotlight, wowing reviewers and boosting the publicity for Elegant Themes by quite a bit, considering the theme provides one of the most powerful, sleek and versatile platforms on the market. Well, it turns out Elegant Themes has some big news, since the Divi 2.4 release is approaching quickly, and…. Continue Reading

What’s Coming in WordPress 4.2 – Emojis, Theme Switcher, And Other Tweaks

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WordPress has recently released the 4.2 Beta versions that promise some significant improvements. A few new features are also introduced for the upcoming final release in April. As it is one of the most popular open-source blogging and content management systems, developers, and bloggers are eagerly testing the Beta versions on a staging environment. I encourage you to use the…. Continue Reading

15 Popular Brands Using WordPress

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When starting a business website or blog, some people out there have concerns about WordPress. They wonder how a free platform could possibly serve them well, questioning areas like security and scalability. Well, those questions often have very little merit, since the vast majority of websites in the world are running on the popular WordPress content management system. In fact,…. Continue Reading

A to Z of WordPress Podcasts

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As the WordPress community continues to grow, so too does the number of podcasts covering this platform. On the face of it, a blogging platform come CMS might not be an obvious topic for a podcast, but judging by the success of the shows below, and the number of episodes that have been recorded on the subject, the exact opposite…. Continue Reading

NGINX – The BOSE Equivalent of Web Servers Launches NGINX Plus and Bags $10M


You’ve all heard of web servers, right? The oldest and the most widely used one being Apache? If you’re a bit tech savvy, I’m sure you’ve heard of the immensely popular, high on performance, low on resource NGINX webserver. Written (in C) by Igor Sysoev, this tiny but immensely powerful (and highly scalable) web server powers high-traffic websites like Netflix and…. Continue Reading