Two-thirds of this year’s winter has passed by a blur, and it’s absolutely awesome. 😀 To set you up on the right mood, we’ve compiled this CMS digest. With a very brief reprise, we want to retrograde all the most interesting articles and news we happened to come across this January.
Having been looking for something breezy to read? WPBeginner has made a blog post on Who Owns WordPress and How Does WordPress Make Money that will meet the requirements. How does that impact the ownership rights of your WordPress site and blog content? Read to enjoy the explanations.
Matt Report delights with his new remarkable post. The video How to Start a WordCamp is followed by a pertinent question: What goes on behind the scenes of WordCamp organization? Be sure to find the answer in the piece.
You will certainly enjoy HTTP 451: content unavailable for legal reasons if you are:
- not willing to face this HTTP error
- eager to understand the success of the web and get acquainted with key guidance on SEO
- simply do not want to get in trouble
Spammers Are Getting Your Email Address From Your Website states Brandon Yanofsky. Confused how to stop them? Get clear-headed here.
How to Make WordPress Sites Different by Geography? Ask Jeff Reifman because he knows all the ins and outs! Find a fundamental approach to geolocal WordPress websites explained in this post.
We want to end our CMS Digest with 20 Awesome Examples of WordPress Sites by Freddy Muriuki. If you have no idea that WordPress exists, or have heard about the platform but never gave it a try, or have tried WordPress but never took it far, take a look at those who have bend WordPress in unimaginable ways and find an inspiration for your own designing and development efforts!
Such are the pieces we believe to be the most interesting this month. Have any suggestions to be added in the next CMS Digest? Feel free to contact us.
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Have a splendid, awesome, amazing month. And in the meanwhile, as always, if you’ve got any insights on how we can improve our migration tool, let us know in the comments section, and we’ll figure out the ways we can implement it. 😉