WordPress versions guide

The ultimate guide to each WordPress version

What version of WordPress do I have? Learn about the latest WordPress version. Get a WordPress version history breakdown, including the current version of WordPress.

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For small to large: What WordPress offers enterprises

While an open-source solution, WordPress is a powerful CMS for large organizations. Explore what WordPress offers enterprises and how to benefit from it.

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How to install WordPress on localhost in 5 simple steps

Learn how to install WordPress on localhost in this five-step guide. We walk you through running WordPress locally with WordPress localhost here. Read more.

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Configuring a high-availability WordPress website: Step-by-step guide

To maintain 100% uptime, you need high-availability WordPress hosting. Learn how to implement it with Amazon Elastic Compute Cloud (Amazon EC2).

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How to edit a footer in WordPress

Learn how to edit a footer on a WordPress site with our step-by-step guide. Safely and quickly change footer links and copy on your WordPress site.

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Should you accept guest posts on your blog: A comprehensive guide

Thinking about accepting guest posts? Our in-depth guide walks you through the pros and cons of guest posting and how to create guest posting guidelines.

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WordPress essentials: Combatting WordPress comment spam

Combat WordPress comment spam effectively with insights and best practices shared in this full guide. Use CAPTCHA, plugins, and firewalls to start.

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Troubleshooting slow WordPress admin: 13 effective solutions

A slow WordPress admin panel can make for a frustrating WordPress experience. Here’re 13 ways to speed up your WordPress site back end’s performance.

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What is WordCamp?

WordCamps are events for all things WordPress. Learn what to expect at these events, the types of topics covered, and other perks of attending.

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Say do you remember the best WordPress tweets of September?

Here’s our roundup of the best WordPress tweets from September.

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