WordPress 5 is scheduled to be released this year. It’s NOT a typical release. It contains one change that’s causing a huge amount of debate. WordPress 5 will replace the editor with an entirely new system.
I’ve had an interesting few weeks. Just when I get a handle on one issue, another one pops up. Most of the challenges involved contact forms. Here’s the scoop . . . .
Cerber’s problem with flagging old URLs as “probing for vulnerable PHP code” has been fixed.
In a recent security scan of a client’s site we found a mystery file located at the root of the WordPress installation. It’s a ssv3_directory.php file. A little Internet research lead me to believe that it’s a file that BlueHost installs. So I started asking some questions . . .
From today through 1/13/2018 the 2016 version of my book is free. Yep, you heard it right. You can get the WordPress Website Owner’s Manual for free!
I just found another source of free stock photos. Kaboompics provides high-quality photos. Each photo is free for commercial use and comes with a color palette.
In the past I’ve used the Limit Login Attempts and IP Filter plugins to keep WordPress sites safe from brute force attacks. I’m now using WP Cerber.
In October people using the Chrome browser will see warning messages in the URL bar on website pages with forms unless the pages are HTTPS.
No website host is perfect. Stuff happens. But at some point enough is enough. Here are 5 warning signs that indicate it might be time to move to hit the road.
Finding photos for website posts and designs can be hard. And then there’s the cost issue. Learn about a website that offers great photos for free.