First public version of WordPress 0.70 was released May 27, 2003. It started as a fork from B2 blogging software, and over the past 14 years it has grown to most used CMS on the web.
Many WordPress users, in the attempt to save some money, instead of purchasing plugins (or themes), they are searching for pirated versions of popular premium plugins and themes and use them instead.
Developers know how to best use debug in WordPress and WordPress WP_DEBUG constant to get through potential problems and bugs their code might have. But, for regular users, using debug mode can be very confusing and can cause more problems than it can help solve.
PHP7 is upcoming major version of PHP and as it stands now, it should be released on November 12 2015. Current Release Candidate versions are stable enough for testing and it is time to get ready for the fastest version of PHP ever.
‘Loading Custom WordPress Theme Templates Based on Query’ is my new guest article published on WordPress Hub website. Article focuses on expanding list of templates considered by the theme loader for different types of archives, to allow for more specific templates.