WordPress News

Hiding WordPress Login Page

Is there any benefit to hiding the WordPress login page? AKA Wp-Admin page. Well, there are a few different schools of thought on this matter and we will gladly point them out. According to WordFence Security it is not because [per WF] most WordPress website hacks happen via 1 or a few of the following ways: 1- Vulnerabilities […] read more.

What the WordPress 4.2.2 upgrade means for you

WordPress 4.2.2 has been released and it has some important security fixes. WordPress.org highly recommends you update immediately if you haven’t already. Noted Fixes: – Fixes an emoji loading error in IE9 and IE10 – Fixes a keyboard shortcut for saving from the Visual editor on Mac – Fixes oEmbed for YouTube URLs to always expect https – Fixes […] read more.

Make Your Site Run Faster With This Simple and Effective Tactic

Do you think that just by optimizing a WP site in every aspect (with minifies JavaScript, CSS, compressed images, etc.) is enough for achieving minimum possible loading time? If you have implemented all the methods for speeding up your website, one thing that you probably have missed out would be creating a CDN (Content Delivery Network). Content Delivery […] read more.

Top 10 Celebrity WordPress Sites

It’s common knowledge that people love “Top 10 Lists”. People love WordPress. It’s also common knowledge that people love celebrities and finding new ways to connect with them. I took these facts to create what should be the best blog post of all time: The Top 10 Celebrity websites running on WordPress. The list and my findings after […] read more.

WordCamp Coming to Savannah

We just bought our tickets for WordCamp Savannah. This WordCamp already has an impressive speaker lineup and should be a great event.

WordPress 3.0 Released

Well the same day we publish an article covering some of the new features contained in WordPress 3.0 RC3, the final version of WordPress 3.0 was released. Here is the video from the WordPress blog covering the launch and some of the new features. Exciting times!

WordPress 3.0 – What Does it Mean to You?

With the release of the WordPress 3.0 RC3 we are getting very close to the official roll out and launch of WordPress 3.0. If you are currently running a WordPress site or are thinking about running a WordPress site you might be thinking, what does this mean for me? I’ll attempt to break down the pros, cons, and […] read more.

Dreamweaver CS5 To Offer WordPress Code Completion

Adobe Dreamweaver CS5 will offer a series of new tools which are aimed to help PHP programmers and users of popular open source CMS such as WordPress and Joomla write code faster. While I can definitely see the benefit of this functionality I have to say that as a developer I like to have full control over my […] read more.

Is WordPress Killing Web Design?

It’s no secret that we are very fond of the WordPress platform here at Nicasio. We use WordPress on most of our web projects (unless of course another platform is a better fit for that particular project). Between the open source software from WordPress.org which allows anyone with minimal web knowledge to setup their own highly customizable blog/CMS […] read more.

Classic and Kubrick Themes Officially Dead

Today marked a historic day in the world of WordPress development. The Classic and Kubrick themes were officially removed from the WordPress 3.0 code base. WordPress 3.0 will be shipping with the Twenty Ten theme.

WordCamp Atlanta – Was Awesome!

Nicasio just got back from WordCamp Atlanta and we had a great time. We were Silver Sponsors of the event and we were glad that we could help (in a small way) make such a great event happen. We want to thank the organizers, volunteers, other sponsors and of course the speakers for a great WordCamp! We can’t […] read more.

WordPress 2.8.5 Released

A new version of WordPress has been released. This release fixes a few minor security and bug issues and will more than likely be one of the final iterations of the 2.8.5 branch as WordPress 2.9 is in the works. Most of these issues were discovered during the development of WordPress 2.9, and the WordPress team wanted to […] read more.