September 26, 2022

WordPress 5.7 Offers One-Click HTTP to HTTPS Conversion With Add-on Features

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WordPress users, there’s good news! WordPress has launched an upgrade that makes it easier for WordPress website owners to upgrade HTTP to HTTPS hassle-free.

This new version 5.7 presently is now available as a Beta Version and all set to launch on March 9, 2021.

One-Click HTTP to HTTPS

Are you looking to convert your WordPress website from HTTP to HTTPS?

WordPress promises to make this tricky migration business to more secure one in a one-step process.

It was a hassle to convert the WordPress website from HTTP to HTTPS. Though on the surface level, the WordPress address, as well as the website address, is updated. However, the content with inserted HTTP URLs remains untouched in the database.

Thus with WordPress 5.7 One-click HTTP to HTTPS release, migrating your WordPress website to an HTTPS one is just a one-click process.

The update automatically changes the URLs in the database.

What’s New With The WordPress 5.7 Esperanza Update?

WordPress 5.7 “Esperanza” has been named after a musician who has released a new update offering a new set of features.

WordPress 5.7 Esperanza allows the website owner to convert HTTP to HTTPS in one click. Furthermore,  it has easier to use editor, does not require coding knowledge, new Robots API, new default colors and more than a WordPress site owner can accomplish.

Simplifying The HTTP to HTTPS conversion

Converting a website from HTTP to HTTPS hasn’t been easy. With WordPress 5.7 Launches With One-Click HTTP to HTTPS Conversion, this task can be accomplished a single click.

Once the conversion is initiated, the site URLs in the database are automatically replaced. Additionally, the WordPress Dashboard includes HTTP status checks. Hence it make sure everything is working seamlessly.

Easy to use WordPress Editor

The WordPress 5.7 comes inclusive of advanced level enhancements to the Editor that includes:

  • Enables to adjust font sizes at multiple places

The Editor has “Font Size Control” that is in the Lists and Code blocks. It eliminates the time, of going to another screen and making font adjustments.

  • Reusable blocks

The reusable blocks in the Editor are easier to use thus saving the updates automatically. 

  • Drag and drop

The user will have ease in dragging blocks and block patterns into the post from the “Inverter”.

No need for coding language

To make changes to the WordPress website, the site owner now does not need to write a custom code.

  • Button block

It is easy to choose a horizontal or vertical layout for the button block, allowing to set as per the width of the button as per the present percentage.

  • Social icons

Enables the site admin to change the sizes of the social media icons

  • Full-height alignment
    It makes the block that fills the entire browser window

New Default Colors

WordPress 5.7 Launches With One-Click HTTP to HTTPS Conversion has an additional enhancement feature. It offers a new default color paddle that is simpler yet streamline.

This new modernized color palette automatically collapses entire color variants used in WordPress. It comprises seven core colors and a wide range of 56 shades that are compatible with WCAG 2.0 AA.

The new default color paddle is placed under WordPress Dashboard Color Scheme.

New Robots API

WordPress 5.7 has a new Robots API. Thus, it enables WordPress website owners to include filter edicts in the robot’s meta tags.

The Robots API comprises max-image-preview. Thus, allowing search engines to show bigger and better larger previews that carry the huge potential to generate more web traffic.

Delayed Loading iFrames

LazyLoad is one such feature, that works by loading iFrames that are out of the view until the user scrolls near them. Therefore, the new launch update makes it easy and quick to set the iframes to lazy-load.

Hence, WordPress now adds a loading=“lazy” attribute to the iframe tags when height and width are mentioned.

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