Panama Papers and WordPress updates

Sometimes is hard to keep up with updating your website, but when you are covering your clients illicit money transfers into off-shore accounts, maybe you should be a bit more concerned with security. Allegedly, a WordPress security breach was used by the hacker that got his hands on the leaked "Panama Papers" documents. Based on a blog post by a Continue reading

WordPress – from simple to complex

One of the most used open-source CMS platforms worldwide is WordPress. It is a veteran of content management systems, starting initially as just a blogging platform in 2003 and evolving over the years in one of the best platforms for general presentation websites, small community portals and small e-commerce shops. As Wikipedia states, as of January 2015 WordPress is used Continue reading

Don’t you like Pandas?

Last month WWF Japan has released a font family designed specially to raise awareness on the growing problems concerning wildlife preservation and especially around the survival of Pandas in their natural habitat. This fonts design has been done with by WWF in association with Ogilvy & Mather Japan.  Currently only 1,864 of them exists in the wild and they are Continue reading

What are content management systems (CMS)?

Well, as the name says, content management systems, or in short CMS, are builds (custom or platform based) that provide content creators, editors and content managers the ability of managing the content in a structured, easy to use way. For example this post is being written using such a system, specialized for blogging and general presentation websites called WordPress. WordPress Continue reading