WordPress & MariaDB

MariaDB Penetrates the WordPress World

WordPress originally developed using MySQL databases but currently over 5% of all active WordPress installs are using MariaDB. An increase of 25% since the beginning of the year.

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SWFUpload Removal from WordPress

SWFUpload to be Removed from WordPress

WordPress 4.9 will remove the SWFUpload open-source library from core. Will that affect the total amount of External Libraries? surprisingly not!

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WordPress Local Translations

New Chart – WordPress Local Translations

Introducing the WordPress Local Translations chart. Historical chart displaying the total amount of locals for each major WordPress versions.

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WordPress Monthly Releases

New Chart – WordPress Monthly Releases

Introducing the WordPress Monthly Releases chart. Historical chart displaying the total amount of major WordPress versions released each month.

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WordPress Yearly Releases

New Chart – WordPress Yearly Releases

Introducing the WordPress Yearly Releases chart. Historical chart displaying the total amount of major WordPress versions released each year.

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WordPress File Size

New Chart – WordPress File Size

Introducing the WordPress File Size chart. Historical chart displaying the ZIP file size in bytes for each major WordPress version.

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Core WordPress Developers

New Chart – Core WordPress Developers

Introducing the WordPress Core Developers chart. Historical chart displaying the total amount of core WordPress developers for each major WordPress version.

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Minimum MySQL Version Required to run WordPress

New Chart – Minimum MySQL Version

Introducing the Minimum MySQL Version chart. Historical chart displaying the minimum MySQL version required to run each major WordPress version.

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External Libraries used by WordPress

New Chart – Total External Libraries

Introducing the Total External Libraries chart. Historical chart displaying the total amount of external libraries used by each major WordPress version.

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WordPress Download Counter

New Chart – WordPress Download Counter

Introducing the WordPress Download Counter chart. Historical chart displaying the total amount of download for each WordPress branch, including both major and minor versions.

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WordPress Contributors

New Chart – WordPress Contributors

Introducing the WordPress Contributors chart. Historical chart displaying the total amount of WordPress contributors for each major WordPress version.

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WordPress Minor Versions

New Chart – Total Minor Versions

Introducing the Total Minor Versions chart. Historical chart displaying the amount of minor versions for each major WordPress version.

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Minimum PHP Version Required to run WordPress

New Chart – Minimum PHP Version

Introducing the Minimum PHP Version chart. Historical chart displaying the minimum PHP version required to run each major WordPress version.

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WordPress Versions Lifespan

New Chart – WordPress Versions Lifespan

Introducing our first auto-generated chart – WordPress Versions Lifespan. Historical chart displaying lifespan in days for each and every WordPress version.

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New Chart Every 48 Hours

New and Unique WordPress Chart Every 48 Hours

Over the span of the next three weeks, DisplayWP will introduce a new chart every 48 hours, containing never-before-seen and unique WordPress stats.

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WordPress Market Share is now 28%

Today, according to W3Techs historical trends in the usage of content management systems, WordPress passed the 28% market share.

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WordPress Market Share is now 27%

According to W3Techs historical trends in the usage of content management systems, today WordPress passed the 27% market share.

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Ending the support of PHP 5.5

Next week, on July 10th, the support of PHP 5.5 will end, this means that next week 80% of all the active WordPress websites will use unsupported PHP versions.

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Welcome To DisplayWP

Introducing DisplayWP.com – a new website dedicated to display WordPress stats in a new beautiful way.

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