Our WordPress Q&A plugin DW Question and Answer has been updated to the latest version 1.2.5 with bug fixes and more languages supported.
Working with WordPress, we all have to agree that Widgets, among other factors, are the key to make WordPress powerful. And among all those widgets, my favourite one is Text Widget. This is also one of the most commonly used WordPress widgets.
In this tutorial, I will walk you through all the main functions that you can do with Text Widget.
Today we will be taking a look at what steps you can take should you discover your WordPress site is undergoing a security attack, as well as how you can start the recovery process to bring your site back online and restore its content.
While no one who has suffered from forced downtime, or had their site hacked wants to hear that it could have been prevented, or at least had the effects mitigated with a few free plugins, we will also take this opportunity to highlight a few key steps that can be taken to prevent such an attack succeeding in the future.
After the first introduction in Feb, the Embed Question feature along with Social sharing has been one of the most anticipated features of DW Question and Answer plugin. Last week, we have released the Beta version of this add-on and sought out for feedback on our Q&A site. You can visit this link and read the discussion. Thanks to all the feedback and bugs report, we have updated and finally release the DWQA Embed Question Plugin.