@andrea_r @masonjames thanks for the mention!
I know I’m 2 years late to the CSS3 party but I’ve been doing some pretty cool things with transitions lately. Hope to blog about it soon.
@Khacreation Glad you like the theme. Unfortunately I’m not available for any customization services at this time.
@davecoveney Agreed, not sure I could’ve honestly used the “99.99999%” part without mentioning outdated versions as well…lol.
A lot of misinformed people are still under the impression that WP itself is insecure. Hard to say when WP gets over that perception issue.
WordPress “security issues” are 99.9999% of the time caused by: outdated version, insecure theme/plugin, hacked server. Not WordPress.
@iCosmin Agreed. Plus pretty much all “WordPress vs [random cms]” articles are pointless anyway (inconclusive “no winner” ending).
@dimensionmedia just one of many things I didn’t like about that article. Couldn’t disagree more with that statement.
Apples v Oranges: The Winner. Sorry, I meant WordPress v Joomla. Spoiler alert: no winner announced. http://t.co/D4F8KO3M (@sitepointdotcom)
Use a caching plugin, maybe a CDN, your brand new blog probably doesn’t have to worry about a “traffic spike” significant enough to crash.