When working on a WordPress site, especially stores, you’ll likely reach a point where you need something custom. You might want to customize something that doesn’t have a true setting in WordPress? Or, you need to add a custom hook to modify something? Or, maybe you need to customize part of your WooCommerce store?
No matter the case, making code changes means you’ll need to know the right place to do that. In this article we cover the best ways to get this done and some best practices.
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One of the most-requested features on cPanel servers is the ability to manage and filter traffic at a country level. With the ConfigServer Firewall (CSF) plugin in WebHost Manager, you can do exactly that. Continue reading “How to Allow Traffic by Country in the CSF Firewall”
One of the most-requested features on cPanel servers is the ability to manage and filter traffic at a country level. With the ConfigServer Firewall (CSF) plugin in WebHost Manager, you can do exactly that.
Country-level filtering in CSF uses the Maxmind GeoLite Country database to obtain CIDR (Classless Inter-Domain Routing) ranges for specific countries. Each CIDR range covers all the IP addresses assigned to that country. Continue reading “How to Block Traffic by Country in the CSF Firewall”
The popular WordPress plugin WP Super Cache has been found to have a cross-site scripting (XSS) vulnerability in versions prior to 1.4.4. On sites with outdated versions, it is possible for an attacker to take complete control of the WordPress site. Please note: this vulnerability only affects users which have installed WP Super Cache. However, if you are unsure if you use the plugin or not you should still take precautions to protect your site.
Thankfully, this is vulnerability is simple to address; version 1.4.4, available now, contains a patch.
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Step 1: Login to WordPress as Administrator
Hopefully, you’re already well-versed in logging into your WordPress site as an administrator!
Step 2: Access Updates
If there is an update for a plugin or a theme, then you’ll likely have a number in the top bar and next to Updates as shown below (the number 5). Click on Updates!
Step 3: Select All the Plugins
Check the box for Select All:
Step 4: Update the Plugins
Click on Update Plugins:
And at the end of the update process you should receive something similar to, All updates have been completed.