Your WordPress News Dashboard

Page 3 of 10

Best Of BuddyPress Plugins - JustWP

While we covered about the BuddyPress plugins earlier, but thanks to our readers’ demand, here in this article we have rounded up the new list of best available BuddyPress plugins for you. Hope you like the plugins collection. Suggested Reading:… 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 →

Post a Lot of Code? Try the Code Syntax Block Plugin for WordPress - WP Tavern

I am always on the lookout for interesting syntax-highlighting plugins, particularly for those occasions when I write tutorials or other articles that lean heavily on code. Far too many plugins use shortcodes, custom blocks, or other odd solutions. However, there… Continue Reading →

Bing Launches URL Submissions Plugin for WordPress - WP Tavern

Bing has launched its first official plugin for WordPress aimed at helping site owners get their content indexed immediately. Instead of waiting for a bingbot to crawl the site, the plugin notifies Bing of any new or updated content automatically… 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 →

Shipper, Now Much Less Sh**ter (1.1.5) - WPMU Dev

When we first set out to build a migration plugin, we reached for the stars. We probably shouldn’t have. We didn’t want to build your regular ‘zip this up and transfer it across’ plugin that failed on most shared hosts… Continue Reading →

Gutenberg 8.6 Adds Cover Block Video Positioning and Updates Block Patterns - WP Tavern

Gutenberg 8.6 landed quietly last week. Much of the focus right now is ironing out the remaining bugs for WordPress 5.5 during its beta cycle. However, that does not mean the Gutenberg project has come to a complete halt in… Continue Reading →

PublishPress Review – Content Planning System Every Blogger Needs - WordPress Arena

If you are a blogger or an affiliate marketer or a site owner that is looking for a content planning system that can streamline their site content, then you are reading the right review. Source: PublishPress website Introducing PublishPress Plugins… Continue Reading →

Are Plugin Authors to Blame for the Poor Admin Notices Experience? - WP Tavern

Last Thursday, Vova Feldman published an article asking that we stop blaming plugin authors for the plethora of admin notices that users are bombarded with each day. The real culprit? The lack of a notifications mechanism in WordPress core. Feldman’s… Continue Reading →

Top Selling and Most Popular Woocommerce Themes of 2020. - Victor Themes Blog

Woocommerce is nothing but a free WordPress plugin. The main purpose of this is to use as E-commerce functionality to your WordPress website so you can have an online store. With the help of this plugin, you can easily turn… Continue Reading →

Beginners Guide to LMS vs Membership WordPress Plugin Which One is Best Your Website? - WP Tonic

As an online instructor, you might be undecided about whether you should use a membership plugin to sell your course or go for a learning management system (LMS) to teach your students. Most people are unaware of what features to… Continue Reading →

LMS vs Membership WordPress Plugin Which One is Best Your Website? - WP Tonic

As an online instructor, you might be undecided about whether you should use a membership plugin to sell your course or go for a learning management system (LMS) to teach your students. Most people are unaware of what features to… 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 →

Best selling Mock-Up Templates for T-shirts of 2020 - Victor Themes Blog

In today’s world wherever you go you get to see a mockup everywhere. You may know or not most of the designs are mockups. If you are having an online shop or online selling web site or you are looking… Continue Reading →

10 Best Selling and Most Rated Lifestyle WordPress Themes of 2020 - Victor Themes Blog

WordPress is considered as one of the best blogging platforms. This because of its flexibility and its various features. Especially with the help of these features in WordPress you can customize or can create a theme in a way you… 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 →

Top 10 WordPress plugins and why you should get them in 2020 - WPRiders

Have you ever tried eating a dish without the right condiments? The food most probably is still edible, but you won’t be able to actually enjoy it because it just doesn’t taste right. The same goes with WordPress. Although WordPress… 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 →

How to stay in business during the COVID-19 crisis? - WebID-Online

In this time of worldwide crisis, business is struggling. Many shops are closed by the government. Those who are not, will have to maintain a safe environment. For their customers, but also for themselves. We ourselves were also struggling with… Continue Reading →

GiveWP: Get Started with this Easy-to-Use Free WordPress Donation Plugin - Pagely Blog

If you want to accept donations online through your WordPress website, then you need the free GiveWP donation plugin. It provides you an easy way to set up online donations […]

5 free live chat plugins for WordPress and tips for using them - GoDaddy Garage

Live chat plays a tremendous role in conducting proper customer service and support on websites. However, it’s even more important now in the midst of COVID-19. As people are struggling to figure out how to continue to do business during… Continue Reading →

8 top donation plugins for WordPress websites - GoDaddy Garage

COVID-19 is putting the pinch on a lot of small businesses, nonprofits and houses of worship. Some small businesses might be able to partially recoup their losses by offering pickup and delivery options, or by shipping their products. But houses… 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 →

WordPress plugins that could help you increase website traffic

Notice: Trying to get property of non-object in /home/wpnews/public_html/wp-content/plugins/wp-rss-feed-to-post/includes/wprss-ftp-display.php on line 76

If you have one or more websites that are using WordPress as a CMS, there must be a good reason… Source

NextGEN Gallery Review: A Popular Plugin for WordPress Photography Sites

Notice: Trying to get property of non-object in /home/wpnews/public_html/wp-content/plugins/wp-rss-feed-to-post/includes/wprss-ftp-display.php on line 76

The most popular WordPress plugin for this purpose is NextGEN Gallery. It offers a collection of image display and organization options that make managing, showcasing, and proofing photos easier. Source

Episode 58: Leadership and the Business of WordPress Plugins: Lessons from the Yoast Black Friday Ad - Wordfence Blog

Yoast, the SEO plugin installed on 9 million WordPress sites, ran a Black Friday sale, experimenting with an ad in the WordPress admin dashboard. The internet furor was dramatic, and Yoast’s CEO Marieke van de Rakt took ownership, showing exceptional… Continue Reading →

Podcast Episode 46: Zero Day Vulnerability in Rich Reviews Plugin Exploited In The Wild - Wordfence Blog

We chat with Mikey Veenstra to talk about the Wordfence Threat Intelligence team’s work tracking a series of active attacks on an unpatched vulnerability in the Rich Reviews plugin for WordPress. With an estimated 16,000 installations, attackers are targeting unauthenticated… Continue Reading →

Podcast Episode 30: WordPress Ad Inserter Plugin Vulnerability and Other News - Wordfence Blog

This week we review a critical vulnerability in the Ad Inserter plugin, currently installed on over 200,000 WordPress sites. The vulnerability, discovered by our Director of Threat Intelligence Sean Murphy, was patched quickly by the developer. We also cover Google’s… Continue Reading →

« Older posts Newer posts »

© 2020 WP News Desk — Powered by WordPress and WP RSS Aggregator | Hosted by WP Engine

Up ↑