December 18, 2014 No Comments

Ubersmith Launches Version 3.2, Offers More Automation and Improved Billing Features

Hosting billing and support software provider Ubersmith has released the latest version of its platform, version 3.2. The latest version offers new billing features, improved visibility into connections between devices for providers, and an API.

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December 18, 2014 No Comments

WordPress 4.1 “Dinah”

Version 4.1 of WordPress, named “Dinah” in honor of jazz singer Dinah Washington , is available for download or update in your WordPress dashboard. New features in WordPress 4.1 help you focus on your writing, and the new default theme lets you show it off in style. Introducing Twenty Fifteen Our newest default theme, Twenty Fifteen, is a blog-focused theme designed for clarity.

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WordPress 4.1 “Dinah”

December 18, 2014 No Comments

Datarealm Introduces High Performance SSD Virtual Private Server Hosting

Hudson, WI – Datarealm, a trusted provider of virtual private server hosting, has announced the introduction of a new range of high-performance SSD-powered virtual private servers. The new SSD VPS plans will include all the features of Datarealm’s current range of VPS hosting, but with the added option to accelerate servers with significantly faster Solid State Drives. Solid State Drives offer substantial performance improvements over legacy spinning disk technology, particularly for applications that require high-performance I/O

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December 18, 2014 No Comments

Google Blocks Thousands of WordPress Sites Infected By SoakSoak Malware

( The Hosting News ) – Google has blocked more than 11,000 websites from its search engine that have been affected by the recent WordPress malware. The SoakSoak malware, discovered by security firm Sucuri, could have compromised more than 100,000 sites running WordPress, said Sucuri via blog post.

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December 18, 2014 No Comments

The Right Whois Option for You

When looking for information you have to be able to ask the right questions and understand which tools work best in any given situation.

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The Right Whois Option for You

December 18, 2014 No Comments

New source control branching structure

As of today we’ve adopted a new branching structure in our source code which will simplify development and pull requests. Before v7 was released we had a ‘ master ’ branch which was our baseline and for every v6 release we’d merge back to the ‘ master ’ branch. This worked really well but once v7 was released and we started actively maintaining more than one major version, that process stopped and we only maintained named version branches

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December 18, 2014 No Comments

WordPress 4.1 Release Candidate 3

The next release candidate for WordPress 4.1 is now available for testing. Seventy changes have gone in since the first release candidate . With no known issues left, we plan to release 4.1 tomorrow, December 18

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WordPress 4.1 Release Candidate 3

December 18, 2014 No Comments

Domain Registration and Server Choosing Is Vital For a Site

When you want a web presence you have to know the features which must be there to make your website effective. To know more about this you can go through this article.

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Domain Registration and Server Choosing Is Vital For a Site

December 17, 2014 No Comments

Libscore Launches to Help Developers Track Popularity of Open Source Code

Julian Shapiro, the developer of NameLayer, has launched his latest project, Libscore, which determines which JavaScript libraries are installed on the top one million sites, giving open source developers a way to track and measure the impact and popularity of their open source code.

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Libscore Launches to Help Developers Track Popularity of Open Source Code

December 17, 2014 No Comments

Joomla Community Magazine | December 2014

The December issue of the Joomla Community Magazine is here! Our stories this month: Editors Introduction Focusing on Joomla! Feature Stories Joomla! Selling the Solution, NOT the CMS! A Fond Farewell to Joomla! 2.5 Let the World Hear Your Voice! What do Italy and Mexico Have in Common?

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Joomla Community Magazine | December 2014