Tag: wordpress
sucuri-security-disclosure

Security should always be a concern for any responsible site owner, but – as evidenced by recent showstoppers such as Heartbleed, Winshock and the Apple Xara revelations – WordPress is no more at risk than any other high-profile software project. 2015 has been fairly hectic for the WordPress Security Team with the 4.2.4 release being

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In April, 2015, WordPress Theme Review team had made a decision to force using of WordPress Customizer in all themes submitted to WordPress.org. Themes can no longer include its own settings panel, and must use Customizer for configuring theme appearances. This decision immediately met with resistance from some of the authors, especially those who use

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While I was building shortcodes for a WordPress Theme, I came across some really cool WordPress functions that do some amazing works. WordPress validation of strings wp_kses($string, $allowed_html, $allowed_protocols); wp_kses is a very import function to sanitize untrusted user input. It is used to make sure that only the allowed HTML element names, attribute names and

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Are you looking for the must have WordPress plugins used by WordPress experts? Well, then you’re in the right place. In this article, our expert team has hand-picked the best WordPress plugins for 2015. Choosing the best plugin for your WordPress site will help make your day-to-day life easier and deliver a better experience for