In recent days, there are a number of reports about broken Yoast SEO database … Read More
Often when a WordPress site is compromised, the website owner doesn’t notice anything strange at first. First a lot of users are created, and it’s only later when posts filled with spam are created or existing pages/posts edited. In the time between compromise and creation of spam posts, a website owner might notice an increased number of users. If he has the means to. And that’s what this little plugin does.
On a daily bases, new vulnerabilities are found in WordPress plugins. And when you … Read More
Did you know you can automatically flush opcode caches like Redis when you publishing a post or page in WordPress? Doing so ensures you and your visitors see the newly created content immediately. No more stale / cached content in WP
In various hosting environments, WordPress core-, plugin- and theme updates sometimes fail because of enabled opcode caches. Popular PHP opcode caches are OPcache, WinCache and APC. This little WordPress Must Use Plugin tries to flush opcode caches. Making your live a bit easier when updating WordPress Core, Plugins and Themes.
Who said WordPress is slow on Windows Server IIS? Gzip compress and serve WP-Super-Cache … Read More
To regularly optimize my WordPress database tables, I created a small plugin that utilizes the WordPress Cron feature. This comes in handy to perform database optimization for WordPress on a regular basis, without forgetting about it. Just activate and enjoy. And here is the plugin code.
Using Windows Server File Server Resource Manager’s File Screens you can block vulnerable WordPress plugins from being uploaded to your IIS web server. In the following example, you’ll learn how to block WP DB Backup plugin system-wide on Windows Server, read on
Sometimes you may want to display commas in tag names. For example if you have a business directory listing and want to create one single taxonomy (tag name) “cafe, restaurant, bar”. This post shows you how to create a filter in your functions.php file to display WordPress tags with a comma, enjoy!
Install WordPress plugins without admin access, and automate your WordPress customization and plugin installation. WordPress has a little drop-in plugin option available in the form of /wp-content/install.php. This install.php file is not present at default, but when created it can be used to install plugins without wp-admin access. This might come in handy for unattended WordPress installations, customization, and so on.
If you run a WordPress blog where you display (parts of) source code, syntax … Read More