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WordPress Security Alert – Upgrade Immediately

WordPress Security Alert – Upgrade Immediately

Sucuri just put out an security alert on a severe zero day vulnerability in the WordPress REST API. This vulnerability allows an unauthenticated user to modify the content within a site.

Please update WordPress to the latest version.

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Should I get SSL? Yes it’s time to make the move

Should I get SSL? Yes it’s time to make the move

Starting January 2017, the Chrome browser will start alerting users to any website that accepts a username and password as not secure if it’s not a HTTPS website. And Chrome developers plan to get a lot more pro active in their alerts for normal websites too.

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Secure your WordPress website (In just 3 steps)

Secure your WordPress website (In just 3 steps)

Think of it this way, if houses in your neighborhood were being broken into consistently, what would you do? Most likely you would learn from what is happening and add a few security measures to your house, like adding a camera or extra locks or every hiring a security firm.

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Change your Simple:Press button text without editing the theme (using translations instead)

Change your Simple:Press button text without editing the theme (using translations instead)

Do you or anyone you know suffer from color blindness? choosing the right Simple:Press button The person is unable to distinguish the differences between certain colors. So when there are two similar objects with different colors,they find it hard to select the desired object.

Now this is exactly the kind of problem I found certain users were having with a client’s Simple:Press forum. They were always getting confused on how to reply to a post.

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How to create a Virtual Summit with WordPress in 5 Steps (with Bonus Content Tips)

How to create a Virtual Summit with WordPress in 5 Steps (with Bonus Content Tips)

Imagine you have to plan a wedding. It’s a big event with many moving parts. Isn’t it great when you are presented with a planning blueprint of what needs to get done. You just follow the steps and you’re done.The five steps in planning your summit website are:
1. Choosing the Domain name & Hosting provider
2. Selecting the right WordPress theme or designer
3. Being picky about the membership plugin
4. Hosting your videos on the right platform
5. Ensuring your website is protected

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Do you have heart palpitations every time you need to upgrade your website?

Do you have heart palpitations every time you need to upgrade your website?

Have you ever dropped red wine on a white carpet? Your nice pristine white carpet now has a ugly red stain. No worries you think, you can buy a carpet stain remover and all your worries will be over. But when you read the stain remover instructions it says first test on a small area before using. Do you test it or do you just willy-nilly spray on the stain remover? And that’s what a sandbox site is. It’s a way to test an update or upgrade before actually doing it on a live site.

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