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Web Accessibility Plugins for WordPress Users

In a "first-of-its-kind" trial, Florida-based retail chain, Winn-Dixie, was recently found guilty of violating a blind man's rights for not maintaining an accessible website. Web accessibility cases are common these days as the divide between physical and online business tightens, but this…
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How to Build Your Own WordPress Wiki

Whether it's product information, employee guidelines, or how-to's, businesses tend to create information in droves. Before long however, the need to store that information in a spot where your customers, partners, and employees can get to it becomes an imperative. That's where…
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Digging Into WordPress 4.8: New Features and the Road to Gutenberg

On June 8th, WordPress 4.8 shipped to a resounding chorus of "Oh, that's kind of cool." But while that tongue-in-cheek introduction doesn't quite scream excitement, WordPress 4.8 did ship with some helpful widget additions, as well as a variety of under-the-hood improvements…
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How to Set Up WordPress Multisite Network

Multisite is a powerful WordPress feature that, once activated, allows you to create a network of websites running off of a single WordPress installation. It's been around since WordPress 3.0 and quite a lot of big sites use it -- WordPress.com, the…
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Running a Successful WordPress Webinar

On September 16th 2014, a new world record was set when 12,091 people attended the largest ever webinar held by Glavbukh in Russia. What makes this figure so astounding is the fact that only ten years earlier, almost nobody had even heard…
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Narrowing WordPress Search

One thing you should know about me is that while I'm pretty savvy when it comes to building things for the web today, I'm still pretty new to it. I spent my childhood building theme parks in Roller Coaster Tycoon, not Flash…
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PHP Object Injection and Insecure Unserialize

I wrote about an influx of PHP Object Injection attacks previously, warning about a trend of attacks targeting a known but somewhat under-reported PHP vulnerability. Looking back since that time, I get the odd feeling that object injection (or as they're sometimes…
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My Role: Sally Strebel

Sally Strebel Title: Founder + COO of Pagely My role at Pagely encompasses many things. I'm proudest of helping to build and maintain an utopian work environment for teammates which in turn benefits our clients. The Pagely adage imitates the golden rule:…
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