Yesterday, WordPress released a core plugin named Classic Widgets. Core contributors Tonya Mork and Andrew Ozz created the plugin under the WordPress Contributors account. It allows end-users to disable the upcoming block-based widgets system. Support is expected through 2022 or as long as necessary according to the plugin description.
Well, now you can add two-factor authentication to your WordPress site. This ensures maximum security for your WordPress site and all registered users. Full Article! Podaj dalej: Facebook Twitter LinkedIn więcej
An FBI initiative began remotely removing webshells from infected Microsoft Exchange servers. WordPress 5.7.1 was released with a few security patches. Over 15 Elementor add on plugins were found to have vulnerabilities similar to those found in the main Elementor plugin; these additional plugin vulnerabilities affected over 3.5 million sites with over 100 vulnerable endpoints….
Instead of installing a separate WordPress website, wouldn’t it be nice if you could use your existing WordPress to make landing pages and point different domains to specific custom landing pages? Full Article! Podaj dalej: Facebook Twitter LinkedIn więcej
On February 23, 2021, the Wordfence Threat Intelligence team responsibly disclosed a set of stored Cross-Site Scripting vulnerabilities in Elementor, a WordPress plugin which “is now actively installed and used on more than 7M websites” according to a recent announcement on the Elementor blog. These vulnerabilities allowed any user able to access the Elementor editor,…
Speed is crucial for the success of an eCommerce site. It not only improves customer experience, but it directly impacts conversions and sales. Full Article! Podaj dalej: Facebook Twitter LinkedIn więcej
WebP images are a modern image format that offers better image compression by reducing the file size. This makes your website load faster and saves bandwidth. Full Article! Podaj dalej: Facebook Twitter LinkedIn więcej