Month: August 2017

Securing WordPress

Google and Security Why is it time to be securing wordpress? Google is now ranking sites lower which don’t use HTTPS to secure their sites, and that includes sites that don’t handle sensitive data. Which could mean less traffic to your site! Additionally some customers at Development Matters have been alarmed that their wordpress websites […]

MySQL changing WordPress to UTF-8

Preface to changing WordPress to UTF-8 Recently a WordPress database was changed to UTF-8. Changing the database character encoding was easy.  However, the content of the database now showed strange and erroneous characters. The Patch To repair this, the following SQL code (bellow) was made to fix the wrong characters.  It uses regular expression to replace the […]