Every week brings fresh news and updates in the world of WordPress. Here we recap some of the biggest stories in the WordPress community provided by Torque. Dedicated to informing new and advanced WordPress users about the industry, Torque is a hub for WordPress news, business, and community.
This week’s WordPress Digest features what you can expect at WordCamp Europe, the benefits of moving to PHP 7, security tips to protect your site from hackers, and more!
WordCamp Europe is less than five weeks away! The largest WordPress get together happening in Paris, France, hear from Doc Pop above on what to expect at this year’s event.
While PHP is the most widely used web programming language in the world, after a long delay in updates, PHP 7 was finally introduced in December of 2015. If you’re wondering about its benefits and implications, check out this article to learn more about PHP 7 and why you should consider making the switch.
Now that WordPress powers 28 percent of the web, you might be wondering, “is it truly enterprise-grade?” Find out in this article, which goes in-depth as to what “enterprise” means and why WordPress is the right solution for the enterprise.
Getting hacked is never fun. To avoid a treacherous site invasion, there are some additional security measures you can take to harden the security of your WordPress site. Read about some key things you should be doing now to defend your WordPress site from outside invaders.
Get Torque’s latest satirical take on WordCamp Europe’s introduction of “sponsored tracks” in this Torque Toon.
Stay tuned for more feature stories and WordPress news from torquemag.io!