Today, WordPress 4.2.4 was released as an important security fix. This update comes just one week after the release of WordPress 4.2.3. 4.2.3 caused quite a few issues with many sites as it changed the way WordPress uses shortcodes. This caused many sites to break their formatting when they relied of shortcodes to display content. […]
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WordPress 4.2.3 was released today as an important security patch. There will not be any visual changes in this update (as with all other incremental WordPress updates), but it is extremely important to update to secure your site. Specifically, the update addresses: a cross-site scripting vulnerability, which could allow users with the Contributor or Author […]
Today, Sucuri announced a vulnerability in WooCommerce that has been patched in the most recent version. If you are using WooCommerce to power your WordPress e-commerce site, you need to update right away. The vulnerability is quite serious and is related to a PayPal setting in WooCommerce. If you use PayPal as a payment gateway in […]
What Is It? Over the weekend over 11,000 WordPress websites were blacklisted by Google because they were affected by the SoakSoak vulnerability. It is estimated that over 100,000 WordPress sites were compromised by the hack. Websites affected are redirecting users to the Soaksoak domain name. You will see a page similar to this if you […]
What is WP eCommerce? WP eCommerce used to be the most popular WordPress ecommerce plugin to power an online store through WordPress. That was until WooCommerce came along and took most of the market share. I do not see any reason to stay on WP eCommerce as WooCommerce has far more extensions and support. This […]