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Firefox is getting a makeover and should distract you less

Firefox is getting a makeover and should distract you less

June 3, 2021 |

Web browsers are real Swiss Army knives today. Some spend their days there. It must be said that over the years, their functionality has greatly expanded, and with extension support, the possibilities are almost endless. Firefox is getting a makeover today. Here are the changes. Firefox is getting a makeover It doesn’t happen very often that web browsers overhaul their design. The latest version of Firefox tackles this, and Mozilla says it has become obsessed with reducing “distractions, unnecessary clicks and wasted time.” One of the things you’ll notice with this new version is that notifications take up less space. You will also see fewer alerts and messages and when these do appear Mozilla will display a “clean and clear” design and language to make them less obnoxious. With the aim of distracting you less and making you more efficient As part of this redesign, the tabs have also been…    read more 

WordPress 5.7 is available: the list of new features

WordPress 5.7 is available: the list of new features

March 10, 2021 |

Nicknamed “Esperanza” after modern music prodigy Esperanza Spalding, WordPress 5.7 is the first update of 2021 released by the CMS, which is now used by over 40% of websites. One-click switch from HTTP to HTTPS The release of WordPress 5.7 brings a lot of new features. One of the major technical improvements in this release is to ease the process of migrating a site from HTTP to HTTPS. The section dedicated to site health, accessible from the Tools section, informs owners and administrators if their hosting environment supports HTTPS. It also allows them to automatically update database URLs with one click. A very handy feature that fills a long-standing need for the WordPress community. A simplified editor The CMS editor is also easier to use and offers new features to do even more without having to get your hands on the code: font size controls available in list and code…    read more 

WordPress 5.7: what's new for the March 2021 update

WordPress 5.7: what’s new for the March 2021 update

February 26, 2021 |

The CMS, which now represents 40% of websites, has just launched candidate version 1 of WordPress 5.7. The final version is scheduled for March 9. This will be the first major update for 2021, with the previous one being last December. Among the new features expected from WordPress 5.7, we can note improvements to the block editor, new standardized colors and a migration tool to facilitate the transition from HTTP to HTTPS. A more efficient block editor The WordPress 5.7 update adds new features to the Gutenberg block editor. It will now be possible to use the drag and drop function from the block insertion tool (image, video, audio …), which allows you to choose its location before moving it to the selected content area. To achieve an optimized layout, WordPress 5.7 will also allow blocks (cover image, columns, group blocks) to be aligned at full height. It will also…    read more 

CMS market parts in 2021: WordPress accentuates its dominance

CMS market parts in 2021: WordPress accentuates its dominance

January 9, 2021 |

According to the W3Techs study, WordPress continues to grow and confirms its leadership position as a CMS, representing 39.5% of all websites combined in 2021 against only 35% in 2020. Regarding websites that do not no CMS, they represent a total of 38.3% of all existing websites. If we look more specifically at the CMS market, we see that WordPress remains the dominant CMS, owning more than half of the market share, or exactly 64.1% in 2021. The 10 most used CMS in 2021 Unsurprisingly, WordPress is well ahead, ahead of Shopify and Joomla. Even if Shopify remains a benchmark for e-commerce sites, WordPress is also present in this area thanks to its dedicated WooCommerce plugin, which largely contributes to its success. Note: Shopify becomes the second most popular CMS in May 2020, and the second fastest growing CMS. It represents 3.2% of websites in 2021, compared to just 1.9%…    read more 

WordPress 5.6 and PHP 8: what you need to know

WordPress 5.6 and PHP 8: what you need to know

December 14, 2020 |

This is one of the great novelties of this latest version: the Core of WordPress 5.6, the last major update released on December 9, 2020, is compatible with PHP 8. Launched on November 26, the last major version of the language programming can significantly improve performance. It should therefore be noted the significant efforts made by the WordPress community to release in such a short time a new major version, 5.6, while supporting PHP 8 support. But is WordPress 5.6 really compatible with this version of PHP? What about the entire CMS ecosystem? Here are some answers. Length of time needed to ensure the best possible compatibility As with any release of a new version, certain malfunctions could occur, especially in the first days of its use. WordPress indeed functions as an ecosystem whose heart (the WordPress CMS itself) is the central element. A set of elements revolve around it,…    read more 

Google Chrome: the update that will change everything?

November 18, 2020 |

If Google’s Chrome browser is number one today, it’s because it has so many advantages. But unfortunately, Chrome is also often accused of using too many resources on computers. With the update that is being deployed, the firm is trying to remedy this. Indeed, Google mentions many improvements in performance and resource usage. According to Matt Waddell, product manager, Chrome now prioritizes the active tab over other open tabs, which would reduce CPU usage by up to five times. Additionally, Google’s internal benchmarks indicate that this new update can extend battery life by 1.25 hours. The browser also starts 25% faster, loads pages 7% faster, and these improvements do not increase, but reduce RAM memory usage. Otherwise, on mobile, Google Chrome would now be able to open pages almost instantly “when you navigate back and forth”. New features to save you time In addition to improvements that make the browser…    read more 

Why choose WordPress?

November 12, 2020 |

Are you about to build your website, and you don’t know which tool to choose from among Wix, Shopify, Squarespace and WordPress? Being WordPress experts, we tell you more about this platform and how it stands out from its competitors. Usage No, WordPress isn’t just a blogging tool! From Sony Music to Best Buy, UPS, The New York Times and Spotify, many companies of all profiles and industries are using it. WordPress is the most widely used CMS, or Content Management System. Indeed 35% of websites in the world use it, according to a study by Netcraft! Open source WordPress is open source. Software is said to be open source when its code is accessible to the public and can be modified or improved by all users. In general, there is no charge to pay to access or use it. This is the case with WordPress which uses the GPL…    read more 

Google quietly launched a new VPN service

November 3, 2020 |

Without doing much promotion, the web giant Google is launching into the VPN market (encrypted network to connect to the internet), by offering a new service that it has backed by its online storage offer, for now only accessible in the US and on Android phones. “With a simple gesture in the Google One application, you can encrypt your online activity in order to benefit from an additional layer of protection, wherever you are connected”, presents Google which thus enters a market of the private life on the way to the general public. A service “soon available in other countries” The offer will be included in the price of $ 9.99 per month, which provides 2 Terabytes (TB) of data storage. Google promises that its service “will soon be available in other countries”, without specifying a date, and that an application will eventually be launched on iOS, Windows and Mac….    read more 

Twitter users will love this new WordPress feature

October 17, 2020 |

Fortunately, today, if you want to publish posts on a website, you don’t have to code that site from A to Z. There are a multitude of CMS that allow you to have your blog online. a few minutes. And the most used CMS is WordPress (but there are many alternatives). And today, if you’re a fan of Twitter threads, now you have one more good reason to go with WordPress, but not any other tool. Indeed, Automattic has just launched a new feature that will allow you to generate threads on Twitter from your posts on In other words, instead of just sharing a link to your post on Twitter, you’ll be able to post all content as a thread (images and videos included). On the other hand, WordPress says it paid special attention to the formatting of these threads. “If a paragraph is too long for a…    read more