A favicon (short for favourite icon) is a colourful little symbol that is the branding that’s associated with a particular website. Although the name ‘favicon’ might not be familiar, most people will recognise what it is once it’s been pointed out to them.
WordPress’ open source content management system (CMS) now powers over 1/3 of the top 10 million sites on the web.
This news comes via technology firm, W3Techs, who have compared historical trends in the usage of content management since March 2018.
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No gimmicks, or ‘black hat’ search engine techniques (bad) are used to accomplish this, or huge amounts of money for Google Ads. More »
Wordfence have just published their March 2017 WordPress Attacks report. This includes the top attacking countries and the most attacked WordPress themes and plugins.
This just proves how important it is to keep your website updated, and with robust security protection in place too.