This tutorial is part of our WordPress Management tutorial series. In our WordPress software management tutorials, you will learn how to keep your WordPress installation software up-to-date.
WordPress Software Management
Your WordPress installation software is frequently being updated by the core software development team to prevent malicious users from exploiting vulnerabilities on WordPress-powered sites, fix bugs and issues found in previous versions, and to introduce new features and functionality to WordPress users …
Because of this, WordPress frequently becomes outdated and needs to be updated …
(WordPress Update Required)
The tutorials in this training module show you how to upgrade your WordPress installation software to its latest stable version, to help keep your site free of issues, conflicts, and vulnerabilities.
WordPress Software Management Tutorials
This section includes the following tutorials:
To learn how to update your WordPress installation software from your WordPress dashboard, see the tutorial below:
To how to update your WordPress installation software using FTP, see the tutorial below:
To learn how to update your WordPress installation software using cPanel, see the tutorial below:
We recommend completing the tutorials above before continuing to the next section. Also, make sure that you already know:
To learn how to automate your WordPress backups using WordPress plugins, go here:
Now that you know how to update and maintain your WordPress installation software up-to-date, the next step is to learn how to manage and update your WordPress plugins.
To learn how to manage and update your WordPress plugins, see the tutorial below:
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