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WordPress sites receive update to security plugin after vulnerability discovered

Loginizer, a popular plugin for protecting WordPress blogs from brute force attacks, has been found to contain its own severe vulnerabilities that could be exploited by hackers. The flaw, discovered by vulnerability researcher Slavco Mihajloski, opened up opportunities for cybercriminals to completely compromise WordPress sites. The flaw can be exploited if a user attempts to log into a Loginizer-protected website with a carefully-crafted username. Vulnerable versions of Loginizer did not properly validate and sanitise the username to prevent SQL injection and Cross-Site Scripting (XSS)… More Info

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MakeStories 2.0 Launches Editor for WordPress, Rivaling Google’s Official Web Stories Plugin – WordPress Tavern

Recipe slide from the MakeStories WordPress plugin. Earlier today, MakeStories launched version 2.0 of its plugin for creating Web Stories with WordPress. In many ways, this is a new plugin launch. The previous version simply allowed users to connect their WordPress installs to the MakeStories site. With the new version, users can build and edit their stories directly from the WordPress admin. Version 2.0 of the plugin still requires an account and a connection with the MakeStories.io website. However, it is simple to set up. Users can log in without leaving their WordPress admin… More Info

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GoDaddy’s partner business president on building a lucrative career designing and developing WordPress sites

As I mentioned last month, GoDaddy has been making a series of strategic investments into properties that are quite useful to WordPress administrators and developers. Between hosting and these investments, GoDaddy has a unique insight into the always-evolving WordPress business. GoDaddy’s Patrick Pulvermüller I had the opportunity to (virtually) sit down with Patrick Pulvermüller, president of the Partners Business at GoDaddy, to explore GoDaddy, GoDaddy’s involvement with WordPress, and how WordPress professionals can succeed in our… More Info

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You Definitely Need These WordPress Plugins If you Want your Business Websites to Flourish

There are close to 57,000 WordPress Plugins from which one can choose several for their business websites. But this might make it a bit too complicated for newcomers to select a WordPress Plugin that will help their business websites in flourishing throughout. Needless to say, there have been several questions from users regarding WordPress plugins that serve several purposes like social media, SEO, speed, backups, etc.  These are the few must-have WordPress Plugins that one absolutely needs to use for their business websites. WP Forms is a WordPress Plugin – Advertisement… More Info

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WordPress deploys forced security update for dangerous bug in popular plugin

The WordPress security team has taken a rare step last week and used a lesser-known internal capability to forcibly push a security update for a popular plugin. WordPress sites running the Loginizer plugin were forcibly updated this week to Loginizer version 1.6.4. This version contained a security fix for a dangerous SQL injection bug that could have allowed hackers to take over WordPress sites running older versions of the Loginizer plugin. Loginizer is one of today’s most popular WordPress plugins, with an… More Info

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WordPress Gutenberg 9.2 – Dozens of Improvements

WordPress Gutenberg 9.2 is here and it comes with a security fix and many improvements, bringing Gutenberg closer to being a fully developed way of creating web pages. Security Fix This security fix addresses a particularly nasty form of attack called a Regular Expression Denial of Service (ReDoS) attack. A ReDos attack causes a server to overload CPU usage, bringing the server to a halt. Image Alt Text Fallback The next notable change is to add an alt text fallback for when no alt text is specified. Gutenberg will use the caption as the alt text. It’s arguably not an ideal solution because… More Info

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🔥 How to Add Emojis to Title Tags & Meta Descriptions in WordPress

Imagine this. You’re zipping through the same-old generic SERP results, and you see something like this. The inner child in you claps their hands. Cute! Emojis. This post could be a fun read. So, you click it. And you aren’t alone. In fact, emojis in title tags and meta descriptions are known to catch attention and increase click-through rates. If you’re interested in doing it too, this blog is for you. In it, I’ll show you: How to insert emojis in title tags and meta descriptions. (hint: it’s harder than you think!) How to find the right emojis, then embed them into your HTML code. The… More Info

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How to Choose a WordPress Host for Your Business Site (INFOGRAPHIC)

You want a business website, but do you know how to choose a WordPress host? The right web hosting company will dictate the performance of your site and in turn the success of your business. A new infographic from wpbiginner rightfully says, “Making your website better is more important than ever.” This as the number of people working and shopping online continues to increase because of the pandemic. How to Pick the Right WordPress Host Titled “How to Pick the Best WordPress Host,” the infographic reveals some particularly important points to consider when choosing a WordPress hosting… More Info

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How to Create a Personal Website on WordPress

Owning a personal website means holding a personal entity on the endless network of the World Wide Web. A personal website opens the door to versatile opportunities for an individual. With a personal website you can do personal branding through promoting your special talent like writing, designing, programming, storytelling, traveling, etc. Furthermore, a personal website can be used as a medium for advertising your own products. Now how to make a personal website? Does it require specific technical skills or a huge amount of money? Read… More Info

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Is Your Site SEO-Friendly? 6 WordPress SEO Tips for a Better Ranking

WordPress and Search Engine Optimization (SEO) go together like peanut butter and jelly. SEO is an integral part of WordPress websites that allows them to become visible on the web and attract new users. With 91 percent of people finding information on the internet through search engines, this should be a significant focus for anyone looking to increase the amount of traffic to their website. Luckily, there are a few WordPress SEO tricks you can utilize to help boost your rankings. Keep reading this guide to learn the best WordPress SEO tips that will give your website an… More Info

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