The WordPress is a simple to use software or tool which is commonly and often used for creating beautiful blog and website. Somewhat you can say that it is quite priceless and so easy to use. Now let us check the history of the WordPress.
WordPress was initiated (developed) in the year 2003. Initially it was a just a single code which was used enhance the everyday typography especially in writing and with less users that you can easily count on your toes and fingers. From the date of its inception till now, there has been a steady growth in WordPress and it has become a self-hosted blogging device of the world which is commonly used by various websites and by millions of people all day.
In WordPress, all the things that you see, right from the documentation of the code was designed and created by and for the community. Basically, WordPress is a simple Open Source project where there are hundreds of individuals all over the world who are working on the given tool. Somewhat you can say that it is more than a commercial platform. Basically, this tool is quite free to use and can be employed from a simple home page to Fortune 500 site and that too without having to pay any amount of license.
WordPress is simply customized and can be used for any kind of websites. Initially, WordPress was a normal blogging system and it has evolved into a more useful and fully CMS (Customized Management System) to more than a thousand of widgets, plugins, and themes. You need to remember that the WordPress is simply limited to the imagination.
Furthermore, with regard to the online resources like mailing lists and forums a great means to get involved along with the WordPress is to volunteer or attend at the WordCamp which is so available at low cost and free.
|WordPress 5.4.1 May 4, 2020||
Seven security issues affect WordPress versions 5.4 and earlier. If you haven’t yet updated to 5.4, all WordPress versions since 3.7 have also been updated to fix the following security issues:
Props to Muaz Bin Abdus Sattar and Jannes who both independently reported an issue where password reset tokens were not properly invalidated
Props to ka1n4t for finding an issue where certain private posts can be viewed unauthenticated
Props to Evan Ricafort for discovering an XSS issue in the Customizer
Props to Ben Bidner from the WordPress Security Team who discovered an XSS issue in the search block
Props to Nick Daugherty from WordPress VIP / WordPress Security Team who discovered an XSS issue in wp-object-cache
Props to Ronnie Goodrich (Kahoots) and Jason Medeiros who independently reported an XSS issue in file uploads.
Props to Weston Ruter for fixing a stored XSS vulnerability in the WordPress customizer.
Additionally, an authenticated XSS issue in the block editor was
|WordPress 5.4 Apr 1, 2020||
Welcome to WordPress 5.4
Every major release adds more to the block editor.
|WordPress 5.3.2 Dec 19, 2019||
Date/Time: Ensure that get_feed_build_date() correctly handles a modified post object with invalid date.
Uploads: Fix file name collision in wp_unique_filename() when uploading a file with upper case extension on non case-sensitive file systems.
Media: Fix PHP warnings in wp_unique_filename() when the destination directory is unreadable.
Administration: Fix the colors in all color schemes for buttons with the .active class.
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