Another round of updates was released today because of a Genicons security flaw in WordPress themes and plugins. WordPress was updated to version 4.2.2 to help deal with this issue proactively.
The WordPress 4.2.1 security patch was released today to resolve a cross-site scripting vulnerability in the WP commenting functionality. Now that the first patch has appeared and it's security related, it's time to update if you haven't already.
More WordPress plugin security updates were released today. The list of plugins includes some of the most popular plugins available.
A new security alert reporting a WP Super Cache vulnerability has been reported. This is a serious security flaw and requires an immediate update of this popular plugin. The plugin code has been patched to correct the problem. Please update to version 1.4.4.
It's official: Google prefers mobile-friendly sites. As of April 21st, Google search algorithm will change to favor mobile-friendly sites in searches done on mobile devices. This will have a major impact on websites that are not mobile-friendly. Read on to learn why this change is being made and what you can do about it...