Archive for October, 2009

WordPress Tips and Tricks: Securing Your WordPress Installation

Saturday, October 31st, 2009

This morning, while I was sipping my morning coffee, my WordPress-based website was subjected to a SQL-injection attack attempt. For those of you who are saying, “Huh?” WordPress uses a MySQL database to store the actual data that makes up your WordPress blog or site, including the contents of posts and pages, user names and [...]

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I Wish PHP Could Read My Mind

Sunday, October 4th, 2009

I’ve been working on a fairly large project, doing some ‘renovations’ on a php-based site.  So far the project has been a great deal of fun.  I enjoy working in php, and the original developer clearly followed the golden rule of starting with a plan and building from there. He also had the courtesy to [...]

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