This year we have seen the dawning of the responsive design craze amongst web designers and developers. I remained skeptical about the trend, primarily because I was raised in the world of good usability and accessibility, and breakpoints and adaptive images seemed incongruous and presumptuous with the foundations of those schools of thought. While responsive […]
An older vulnerability that got ignored in 2007 is showing up again. According to Acunetix’s Bogdan Calin, this particular vulnerability is exploitable through the platform’s XMLRPC API (through XMLRPC.PHP). Attackers could try and guess hosts inside each network they target, port scan those hosts, reconfigure internal routers and launch large scale DDoS attacks. Mas aqui. From […]
In the lead-up to the 3.5 release of WordPress, we kept hearing that the outdated “blogroll” was going to go away. No longer would you see the Links menu in your WordPress admin area because it was no longer really needed with the advent of custom menus last year. So after I updated many sites […]
For the love of humanity, please quit adding SEO ‘optimization’ into your custom WordPress theme options. Don’t assume we want to use your restrictive interpretation of what is best for our website. Love, People who know what they are doing.
The error message: Fatal error: Call to undefined function update_core() The Cause: You don’t have enough disk space on your hosting account anymore. The Fix: Pick one: Ask your web host to bump up your allowed disk space Delete unneeded files on your account Move to a new web host Conclusion I never ran into […]
Get ready…WordPress 3.4 is just around the corner. Find out what is in store. 10 Things You Need to Know About WordPress 3.4 — Technosailor.com. You won’t find anything too shiny and new from the outside in this release. However, it’s good to see some of the more ignored areas of WordPress getting some attention, […]