WordPress popup plugins can be an easy way to help collect leads and drive conversions, but they are not all made the same.
When it comes to popups, the goal is to effectively target your customers without annoying them or pushing them away. And as far as plugins are concerned, you want one that’s useful, reliable, and worth your time.
Joomla vs Drupal 9: a comparison between two of the most popular, self-hosted, content management systems available today. Both have been around for years and will likely be around for a few more years. So, is Drupal 9 better than Joomla 4? The better question: is Drupal better than Joomla for your needs?
Webmin is a free, open-source application for Linux server administration. If you prefer to manage all aspects of your Linux VPS or dedicated server from a graphical interface instead of the command line interface (CLI), Webmin might be right for you.
InMotion Hosting is aware of a spoofed email attack affecting some customers. Some InMotion Hosting customers have received a “spoofed” email with the subject line similar to: “Your Cloud Account’s services are about to be suspended.” Continue reading –>
WordPress is the most popular content management system (CMS) today while Drupal is the third most popular self-hosted choice, slightly behind Joomla. Both are tons more customizable than Shopify and Squarespace. So the looming question after deciding on the best Linux server hosting plan for your needs: WordPress vs Drupal 9.
The WordPress Polyglots team officially launched its new monthly newsletter that recaps all of the news in the world of WordPress translation.
WordPress is fully translated into over 65 languages and if you have ever used it in a language other than English, chances are someone on the WordPress Polyglots had something to do with translating it.
WordPress has fallen behind other platforms in terms of performance, which has led to a new proposal for an official WordPress Performance team.
On October 12, full-time WordPress core contributor Ari Stathopoulos submitted a proposal outlining why he and certain other core contributors believe it is necessary to have an official Performance team that would be responsible for coordinating efforts to increase the performance (speed) of WordPress.