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Help Us Find Dead Themes

With the popularity of WordPress comes the weight of keeping its components current. Over the last couple of years, changes to PHP (the programming language that WordPress is built with) updated. When its standards changed, many WordPress plugins and themes stopped working. Almost every website hosting provider has discontinued support for the defunct versions of PHP. We want to build a list of dead themes and we need your help.

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How To Update The Blogdrops Theme

How To Update The Blogdrops Theme

The Sheila Karrow site needed to update their Blogdrops Theme. The problem: it uses outdated code. The good news: content management systems split content and display: all of the good content remained and we could adapt the site to show off that content through the Divi theme.

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10 Product Discovery Sites

Entrepreneurs need a place to show off their newest products. These are 10 well- and not-so-well-known sites dedicated to showcasing new products. This list skews towards tech and applications, as that we know well.

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Woocommerce: Taking Your Store Online

For many businesses, the key functional the want to automate is e-commerce. The best WordPress solution, at present, for e-commerce is WooCommerce. WooCommerce has 27% of the e-commerce market share.

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Why You Should Shift to Digital Now

Why You Should Shift to Digital Now

Everyone talks about shifting to digital, but so often it’s nothing more than talk. Just like anything else, it’s not enough for something to be a good idea for people to do it; they usually need something to push them into making the change.

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CarSpot < 2.2.1 – Multiple Vulnerabilities

CarSpot < 2.2.1 – Multiple Vulnerabilities

DescriptionMultiple vulnerabilities was discovered in the «CarSpot – Dealership Wordpress Classified Theme», tested version — v2.2.0: - Authenticated Persistent XSS -> Registration Form/User Profile - Authenticated Persistent XSS -> Ad Post - IDOR leading to...

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