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Best WordPress Slideshows Plugins - JustWP

Here in this article, we are showcasing the amazing WordPress slideshows plugins for you. Hope you like the collection. Easing Slider The plugin is an easy to use slider plugin. Simple and lightweight, is makes creating beautiful WordPress sliders a… Continue Reading →

7 Best WordPress Podcasting Plugins Compared - Blogging Wizard

Are you ready to connect with both loyal and new site visitors in an exciting way by starting a podcast? Podcasting is a great way to share audio or video messages to your audience through a feed. And the best…

How To Optimize WPBakery Sites Using Free Smush And Hummingbird Plugins - WPMU Dev

WPBakery is one of the world’s most popular WordPress page builders. Learn how to speed up and improve your site’s performance with the WPBakery plugin installed. In this tutorial, I’ll show you how we took a site using WPBakery from… Continue Reading → and Jetpack Launch Story Block for Mobile Apps - WP Tavern

Automattic-owned launched its new Story-publishing feature today. Currently, only users with the WordPress for Android or iOS apps can add stories. Self-hosted users with Jetpack-connected sites can publish via the mobile apps too. The development team previewed the Story… Continue Reading →

Episode 107: Two Plugin Vulnerabilities Target File Upload Capabilities - Wordfence Blog

The Wordfence Threat intelligence team finds vulnerabilities in two plugins, the User Profile Picture plugin and the WooCommerce Upload Files plugin. WordPress 5.7 is set to release on Tuesday, March 9 with numerous enhancements for the block editor, a new… Continue Reading →

Gutenberg 10.1 Enhances Reusable Blocks, Updates Social Icons Spacing Options, and Normalizes Image Block Toolbar - WP Tavern

Gutenberg 10.1 landed yesterday with several new features, many of which focused on improvements to the interface and user experience. Users can now control the justification of items in the Social Icons block. The new release also enhances the UX… Continue Reading →

9 Best List Building Plugins for WordPress In 2021 - WP Kube

The post 9 Best List Building Plugins for WordPress In 2021 is written by Dev Sharma and appeared first on WPKube. No matter what niche you are in, one thing you need to focus most on is building an engaging… Continue Reading →

Editor Plus 2.6 Adds Block Pattern and Template Library - WP Tavern

A couple of weeks ago, Munir Kamal released version 2.6 of his Editor Plus WordPress plugin. The latest version does not add a slew of features as its users have seen in the past. However, it introduces one major upgrade…. Continue Reading →

Thrive Leads Review: Is It the Best WordPress List Building Plugin in 2021? - WP Kube

The post Thrive Leads Review: Is It the Best WordPress List Building Plugin in 2021? is written by Dev Sharma and appeared first on WPKube. Searching for a tool to help you grow your email list on WordPress? In our… Continue Reading →

The Gutenberg WordPress Plugin To Introduce a Table of Contents Block - WP Tavern

What was once likely viewed as plugin territory is now a reality as part of the Gutenberg project. Yesterday, the team merged a pull request for a Table of Contents (TOC) block into the plugin’s codebase. It was a contribution… Continue Reading →

7 Valuable Live Chat Plugins for Your WordPress Website (2021) - WP Kube

The post 7 Valuable Live Chat Plugins for Your WordPress Website (2021) is written by Tom Rankin and appeared first on WPKube. At some point during the natural lifecycle of a company, cultivating customers takes priority. As such, your support… Continue Reading →

X-post: Removing plugin and theme names used as topic tags on the forums - Make WordPress Plugins

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Removing plugin and theme names used as topic tags on the forums - Support Everything WordPress

Over a period of time, work has been undergoing to tighten the forums ship a little, one major pain point has been topic tags. These are keywords or phrases, intended to quickly summarize what fields a topic related to, much… Continue Reading →

How to Optimize Elementor for Free Using Our Smush and Hummingbird Plugins - WPMU Dev

Elementor is no stranger to the WordPress community, considering it’s one of the best and most popular page builders out there. And to make it even better when it comes to optimization, you can enhance a ton with the help… Continue Reading →

Unauthenticated Remote Code Execution in e-signature plugin - Pagely Blog

During a recent audit we discovered an unauthenticated remote code execution in the plugin e-signature. All versions less than are vulnerable. Disclosure / Response Timeline January 7, 2021: Initial […]

18 Quality Tourism WordPress Themes To Have A Quality Website - Victor Themes Blog

Touring is one of the most loved and enjoyable ones to do. But whenever we are planning for a tour we always go to any tourism company. A great thanks to tourism companies because of their beautiful tour packages. The… Continue Reading →

Best Attractive Church WordPress Themes To Have a Quality Website - Victor Themes Blog

Looking for a church wordpress theme to have a quality website for your church then no other page will give you the best collection of church WordPress themes than this page. The main attraction of this page is all the… Continue Reading →

5 best WordPress plugins for selling digital courses - GoDaddy Garage

With a pandemic currently disrupting in-person learning and conference events, digital learning has taken a center stage. And with over 455 million websites using WordPress, many educators are looking to leverage their existing WordPress sites for digital learning. Luckily, there… Continue Reading →

Episode 90: WPBakery Plugin Vulnerability Exposes Over 4 Million Sites - Wordfence Blog

A vulnerability discovered by the Wordfence Threat Intelligence team in the WPBakery plugin exposes over 4 million sites. High severity vulnerabilities were discovered in the Post Grid and Team Showcase plugins. The online avatar service Gravatar, has been exposed to… Continue Reading →

Episode 87: Vulnerabilities Affect Discount Rules for WooCommerce Plugin, ModSecurity & Windows - Wordfence Blog

Vulnerabilities were recently patched in the Discount Rules for WooCommerce plugin installed on over 40,000 WordPress sites. Developers from OWASP Core Rule Set said ModSecurity v3 is exposed to denial of service exploits, though the maintainers of ModSecurity reject that… Continue Reading →

Episode 85: 0Day in File Manager Plugin and WordPress 5.5.1 Fixes Broken Sites - Wordfence Blog

Over 700,000 WordPress users were affected by a zero-day vulnerability in the File Manager plugin, and the WordPress 5.5.1 release fixed millions of sites affected by deprecation of jQuery Migrate. SendGrid is under siege from spammers using hacked accounts, and… Continue Reading →

Episode 80: Critical File Upload Vulnerability in wpDiscuz Plugin - Wordfence Blog

In this week’s news, our Threat Intelligence team discovered a vulnerability in the wpDiscuz plugin, affecting over 80,000 WordPress sites. A blind SQL injection attack affected analytics service Waydev, exposing OAuth tokens for GitHub repositories for software companies, leading to… Continue Reading →

495 – Your Website Engineer Plugins in 2020 - Your Website Engineer

Announcements WordPress 5.5 Release Candidate Are Plugin Authors to Blame for the Poor Admin Notices Experience? WordPress to Stick with Online-Only Meetups and WordCamps for Remainder of 2020 Is there a plugin for that? With more than 50,000 plugins in… Continue Reading →

All in One SEO Pack Plugin Patches XSS Vulnerability - WP Tavern

All in One SEO Pack patched an XSS vulnerability this week that was discovered by the security researchers at Wordfence on July 10. The popular plugin has more than 2 million active installs, according to Wordfence researchers categorized it… Continue Reading →

Episode 76: Ongoing Attacks on WP Growing in Volume Plus Numerous Plugin Vulnerabilities - Wordfence Blog

On this week’s Think Like a Hacker podcast, we cover an active attack campaign targeting WordPress sites and numerous plugin vulnerabilities. This active attack campaign has been ongoing and has outpaced all other attacks on WordPress vulnerabilities. Our threat intelligence… Continue Reading →

Episode 75: The WordPress 5.4.1 Security Release & More Plugin Vulnerabilities - Wordfence Blog

The Wordfence Threat Intelligence team unpacked the security updates in WordPress 5.4.1, and they published quite a few blog posts about vulnerabilities in popular plugins like Ninja Forms, LearnPress, and the Real-Time Find and Replace plugin. These plugin vulnerabilities affected… Continue Reading →

Episode 68: More Plugin Vulnerabilities and Active Attack Campaigns - Wordfence Blog

This week, we review numerous plugin vulnerabilities in popular WordPress plugins and the attacks that are targeting them. We also review the Duplicator vulnerability affecting over 1 million sites, and Chloe Chamberland’s discovery of multiple vulnerabilities in the Pricing Table… Continue Reading →

Episode 67: Avoiding Common Vulnerabilities When Developing WordPress Plugins - Wordfence Blog

Almost every week, a new vulnerability is discovered in a popular WordPress plugin or theme, leaving developers scrambling to fix it before it’s widely exploited. Surprisingly, almost all critical vulnerabilities boil down to a few common mistakes. In this talk… Continue Reading →

Episode 66: New Plugin Vulnerabilities & Succeeding as a Digital Nomad with Chloe at WCPHX - Wordfence Blog

It has been a busy week in WordPress security with active attacks on a number of plugins including ThemeRex Addons and Theme Grill Demo Importer plugins. In this week’s Think Like a Hacker, we look at what’s happening, review what… Continue Reading →

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