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30 percent of all websites now run on WordPress.
Automattic people from San Francisco have every right to be celebrating this Monday: The WordPress CMS (Content Managing System) now supplies 30 per cent of all web sites with power. This is according to W3Techs, a W3 survey of the 10 million top sites on Alexa by the consultancy Q-Success.
His figures are constantly revised, and today WordPress accounts for 60 per cent of the CMS industry. WorldPress has long been a leader, with competing platforms such as Joomla, Drupal, Magento, Shopify, Google's Blogger and Squarespace lagging far behind (with 3 per cent of pages, Joomla ranks second).
It' s of course noteworthy that 50 per cent of all websites are either completely new or use CMS that is not currently supervised by W3Techs. This is good news for the developer and design communities that develop plug-ins and designs for the open Source CMS, for web hosters that provide WordPress packs, and for web designer that provide WordPress-based websites and stores to customers.
It has come a long way since it was first launched in 2003, after being divided into two versions: a self-hosted version that is available for free, and a hosting version on WordPress.com that combines extra service and maintenance in its easy-to-use offerings.
Environmentally specific configuration for WordPress pages
Find out how to turn WordPress Site plug-ins on and off depending on the environments in which they run. Sometimes, you can use preferences and plug-ins in your Live developer experience that you don't use in Live to enhance the design and debugging workflows. You can find more choices for modifying wp-config. php to debug under Configuring Error Logs in WordPress Codex.
Filter or features executed in a Mu plug-in can activate developer plug-ins that should be enabled in Dev and/or Test, but deactivate them in live, do additional work to restore them from the living installation after a databank clone. However, if you do not have a plug-in in your application, you can deactivate it in your work. In order to accomplish this we can use a Mu plug-in that verifies which environments we are in, and then activate or deactivate plug-ins that were disabled or enabled when the data base cluster was closed.
The example enables the wp-reroute-email and debug-bar plug-ins and resets the Jetpack plug-ins develop modes to all plug-ins except for Live.
It is especially important for plug-ins like wp-reroute-email, which prevent test and develop environment from acting like Live, in this case spam mails to user. Plug-ins with development-specific filtering can be turned on in Dev for developing without undesirable production-like behaviors. For the above example, we have the Jetpack Develop modes filtering turned on everywhere except Live.
Jetpack allows designers to construct and test with Jetpack without having to connect dev and test environment to WordPress.com. Automatic's Designer Plug-in verifies that you have activated suggested Designer Plug-ins on your website. The addition of these plug-ins to your source code base and then to the $plugins arrays in the example plug-in ensures that this is doneutomatically.
Filters pre_option_(option_name) are the best way to modify environmental based settings. In this case, update_option() should be omitted, because the value is only modified under certain circumstances and it is not necessary to update the new value from the data base.