Once again the specter of “brute-force” attacks on WordPress self-hosted installations is creeping around which brings me to revisiting the idea of Tri-Account Security™ and how to implement it for an exiting site. If you recall reading the article back in March 2012 then you may also recall this ideal was put forward under the … ∞
A few days ago, I submitted a ticket to the WordPress core trac to Filter Glyph for Comment Required Fields. The idea behind the patch I submitted being: Currently the comment-template.php file uses an asterisk (*) as the default glyph for required fields used in the comment_form() function. This glyph is not easily manipulated without … ∞
Although I use Jetpack on many sites, to be quite honest it still leaves something to be desired in some areas. Fortunately the Jetpack developers are very responsive and make great efforts to improve the plugin with every release. The latest improvement (at least in the current development version) is the ability to add a … ∞
The WordPress default menu functions offers a great many features and options, some of which can be difficult to modify without delving into the code itself. For example, if a theme author chooses to turn “on” the “show_home” option in the default menus such as Twenty Twelve does in its functions.php template file with this … ∞
Basically there were 2 issues effecting the feeds from displaying.
I recently wrote a new plugin, BNS Bio. Version 0.1 was released (and currently available on the WordPress Extend Plugins repository) as a teaching aide to be used with a presentation I was doing for the WordPress GTA Meetup group. Now, since this is version 0.1 of the plugin it is really not much more … ∞
Although a very rare thing to happen, I actually decided to be a Day-1 adopter of Microsoft’s latest operating system (OS) Windows 8. Now, for the most part, I am quite happy with it … and so far, of the three computers I have successfully installed this new OS on it has been relatively painless. … ∞
The WPFirstAid Sample Plugin is a simple plugin designed as a tool to learn from or, in some cases, to build new plugins with. Its real world usefulness is essentially non-existent but it does serve the purpose of showing working code that help sort out the requirements to create a plugin that is widget ready. … ∞