Those of you with a WordPress site should know one new technical thing. WordPress uses a language called PHP – it’s installed and runs on your hosting server.
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This post will cover all those little niggly technology bits you should know about (even at a surface level) if you have your own website.
With so many users on the world’s most popular leading open source CMS, what are the risks and how can you prevent them? Our guest author, Simon Keller, outlines ALL that can possibly go wrong.
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