WordPress 5.3 was released yesterday, and it includes significant changes to Block Editor (including new blocks), Admin Interface, new theme, PHP 7.4 support, admin email verification and much more. I am currently in the process of testing the stable version, and I will write a full review of the new WordPress next week. But, for […]
On December 6, 2018, WordPress 5.0 was released, bringing new Block “Love it or Hate it” Editor (previously known as Gutenberg) into the core after 2 years in active development. In this review, I will not go into all the drama and controversy surrounding the Gutenberg development and merge into the WordPress core, because I will […]
As it stands right now, WordPress 5.0 will be released sometime on December 6, 2018. With all the controversy related to the Gutenberg (or Block Editor), question is, should you update now, or wait?
WordPress 5.0 brings a major update bringing the Block Editor. Not everyone is a fan of the new editor and not every type of content will benefit from using it. But, it is easy to disable it in favour of old (or Classic) editor.
WordPress 5.0 with a brand new Block Editor, is scheduled for the second half of November 2018 with the accelerated release schedule, with the second Beta already released.
On February 2, 2018, exploit with the code CVE-2018-6389 (EDB-ID: 43968) was discovered leading to the denial of service type of attack by increasing resource usage through the unprotected load-scripts.php file.