Xenon: our new premium hosting plan

Posted on October 20, 2014 | Written by:
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As a part of our belief that publishers drive innovation in the WordPress world, we are releasing Xenon, our custom plan for the most demanding publishing projects. Xenon is available as of now and its premium features mean your business gets dedicated high-end WordPress hosting. Time to see what makes Xenon so special! Dedicated. Xenon »

How to choose the right developer for a publishing project

Posted on October 9, 2014 | Written by: Dragos Tiselice
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WordPress has been designed from the ground up to be an easy-to-use blogging platform. Depending on the host, you could be publishing articles in less than half an hour after buying your domain. This fits most freelance bloggers: they install WordPress on their hosting platform, buy a theme, and start posting articles. But when you’re »

Top 3 SEO WordPress plugins from a developer’s perspective

Posted on September 25, 2014 | Written by: Dragos Tiselice
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When having to choose from a wide range of products, a simple consumer might wander off into the realm of reviews to get a better sense of what he’s getting with each choice he can make. These reviews will mostly talk about the functionality, the design, about the little niceties, and they will definitely give »

WordPress plugins for a flawless publishing experience

Posted on September 5, 2014 | Written by: Dragos Tiselice

Here at PressLabs we value open source projects, as our entire stack is built using open source projects exclusively, and, of course, we only host sites running WordPress, the leading open source blogging and content management platform. Our commitment to innovate for publishers goes beyond helping customers, with the release of plugins meant to improve »

Safe from the so-called “Heart bleed” OpenSSL security hole

Posted on April 8, 2014 | Written by: Mile Rosu
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There are few examples of a security vulnerability which got in no time a site of its own like it happened a few hours ago with the so-called “Heart bleed” exploit of OpenSSL, which is implementing the SSL/TLS encryption in HTTPS-enabled sites running on nginx and Apache. What is it about, shortly? It allows connected »

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