WordPress Ultimate Addons for Elementor Vulnerability Affects +1 Million

The publishers of the Ultimate Addons for Elementor plugin notified customers of a vulnerability affecting two of their plugins.  This is the third time this year that Brainstorm Force has released an update to fix vulnerabilities in the Elementor Plugins that they publish.

Three Vulnerabilities Fixed by Brainstorm Force in March 2021

This is a list of three…


More Info

Best WordPress ecommerce themes for WooCommerce shops

buy online shop
(© Rido – stock.adobe.com)

You may be venturing into the world of ecommerce for the first time and setting up every aspect for overall success. But what does that entail? Well, that entails a wide variety of aspects…


More Info

Disable the WordPress Block Editor’s Fullscreen Mode With a Plugin – WordPress Tavern

On Wednesday, Johan Jonk Stenström released Fullscreen Mode B Gone to the WordPress plugin directory. As the catchy title implies, it gets rid of the block editor’s fullscreen mode.

As anyone who prefers to opt-out of fullscreen mode knows, there are moments when you log into WordPress and hop over to the post editor only to find it is not in the state you last left it. It is a slight annoyance but enough to dampen the user experience.

Nearly two years ago, Andrew Duthie opened a ticket for storing users’ editor preferences to the database instead of their browser’s local…


More Info

We compare two big web builders

The past few years have seen an explosion in the popularity of website builders, as more and more people claim their spots on the internet. But when it comes to knowing which one to pick, it can be confusing. Do you go with the builder sold by your domain broker or website host, or do you choose a builder known for beautiful design? If you choose the former (and we recommend that), Squarespace and WordPress are two of the biggest options out there for easy-to-use website building tools, along with extensive blogging and ecommerce features. However, which one should you pick? In the…


More Info

Dialing It In With Azure, WordPress, WP-Rocket, And Cloudflare: Getting More Out Of OnMSFT 2021

As you may know, we made some changes to OnMSFT.com and Azure this month, and as is normal, we hit a few snags along the way. After some fine tuning, though, we think we’re getting close to getting it dialed in, juggling Azure, WordPress, WP-Rocket, and Cloudflare to get the most bang for our buck. Here’s a few notes on what we’ve encountered, if you’re interested:

Azure

We’re running our site on a single Azure VM, an 8 core / 64GB machine, running the latest Ubuntu / Nginx / PHP / MySQL ( a LEMP stack), and it’s been working out very well for us. In over two years of hosting…


More Info

CLOUDSTREET announces easy Salesforce.com products integration app for WordPress websites

Copyright 2021 PR Newswire. All Rights Reserved
2021-03-31

HOUSTON, March 31, 2021 /PRNewswire-PRWeb/ — Integrating Salesforce with WordPress websites just got a great deal easier with the latest WebQuip version from CLOUDSTREET. Focused on deep website development and Salesforce integration, CLOUDSTREET uses its expertise to help websites work as hard and efficiently as their owners. 

Instantly Increases Sales Productivity

There are no additional system requirements, and with its plug-and-play capability, WebQuip is easy to install. Once WebQuip is integrated on a website, the…


More Info

CLOUDSTREET announces easy Salesforce.com products integration app for WordPress websites | News

HOUSTON, March 31, 2021 /PRNewswire-PRWeb/ — Integrating Salesforce with WordPress websites just got a great deal easier with the latest WebQuip version from CLOUDSTREET. Focused on deep website development and Salesforce integration, CLOUDSTREET uses its expertise to help websites work as hard and efficiently as their owners. 

Instantly Increases Sales Productivity

There are no additional system requirements, and with its plug-and-play capability, WebQuip…


More Info

Fake jQuery files infect WordPress sites with malware

Security researchers have spotted counterfeit versions of the jQuery Migrate plugin injected on dozens of websites which contains obfuscated code to load malware.

These files are named jquery-migrate.js and jquery-migrate.min.js and present at the exact locations where JavaScript files are normally present on WordPress sites but are in fact malicious.

As of today, over 7.2 million websites use the jQuery Migrate plugin, which explains why attackers would disguise their malware under this popular plugin’s name.

Researchers spot fake jQuery files which are malware

This week security…


More Info