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Category: OpenSource

PHP 7.3 is Already Available at FastComet

Our constant dedication delivering at your fingertips the latest stable versions of PHP and other features as soon as we can, after rigorously testing it throughout our hosting environment goes without saying. This way, we enable customers to take advantage of the innovations and useful features that will make their site more optimized and secure. Adding the new version of PHP 7.3 to our servers is another step we do to provide a stable and well-functioning online environment for our customers.…

Why WordPress will warn you about your PHP version and How to safely switch to the latest stable release

WordPress is primarily written using PHP as its scripting language, making it one of the most vital parts of all WordPress websites out there. Major parts of both the front and back end of your WordPress web page and interface exist thanks to PHP. It allows us to do so much in terms of building a website as you don’t only find it in your page templates and plugins, but it also makes up the files that form the WordPress dashboard itself.…

WordPress 5.0 & Gutenberg: The day after tomorrow

If by some chance you have missed it out – the officially scheduled release date for WordPress 5.0 was matched today, December 6th, on the eve of WordCamp US. The release is named after the pioneering Cuban jazz musician Bebo Valdés.…

What’s New in WooCommerce 3.5

After the major WooCommerce update that we had a few months back, now it’s time for something minor, yet, important. With its improved copy for transactional emails, new and stunning features for store owners, and new and enhanced features for store builders and developers, we are happy to introduce you to the WooCommerce 3.5 update. And in case you missed it when WordPress 5.0 is released this month – it is of utmost importance for your site to be running WooCommerce 3.5.1+ to avoid breaking changes.…

WP-CLI v2.0 has arrived: Supercharge your WordPress development

If you’ve been to a WordCamp or two, or you have been actively following the WordPress community, the chances are good that you’ve heard of the existence of a thing called “WP CLI.” Maybe that’s all you know. Perhaps you’ve used it. Perhaps you may want to consider using it. Let’s dive in what is WP-CLI and why you probably want it.…