Are you thinking of starting an e-commerce store? You, like many millions of other website owners, might be considering WooCommerce to run it. Most people would argue it’s WordPress’ goto e-commerce plugin.
WooCommerce is now responsible for powering over 39% of all e-commerce stores online and there are literally thousands of extensions and themes that will boost the functionality of your store so it’s a great choice. There really isn’t too many store business models these days that you can’t implement with WooCommerce.
As a WordPress user, you get four core freedoms due to the open source nature of WordPress’ software license. These WordPress freedoms are in contrast to closed-source desktop software like Photoshop, or closed-source publishing such as Squarespace.
How safe is your website? This is the theme of today’s infographic, which compares Joomla and WordPress, plus gives some tips for securing your website. The main security highlights along the 10 year history of WordPress are also shown below.
Here’s a very interesting infographic I came across today and would like to share with you. It’s about WordPress security, and really puts things in perspective.
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I just came across this excellent infographic from HostGator. It explains very clearly the subject of web hosting, which tends to confuse many beginners.