If you use the Amazon Product In A Post Plugin on WordPress you might have either not upgraded yet or decided to not upgrade because the shortcode syntax has changed. You can get around not upgrading by updating the WordPress post content immediately after you upgrade the Amazon Product In A Post Plugin. Below I describe the version that I upgraded and the MySQL syntax used to update the shortcode syntax to display Amazon products in WP posts.
After upgrading a bunch of WordPress plugins on a site I noticed that comments were not functional on my site for users that were not logged in. This can always be tricky because if someone reports comments not working to the WordPress site administrator they likely will be logged in when they test the comments and think there is nothing wrong. Anyhow if comments are throwing an error and you have the SI Captcha Anti-SPAM WordPress plugin installed then the below content will assist you to resolve the problem.
I initially wrote an article about the Pretty Link Twitter Badge not displaying back in March of 2012 and it appears some things have changed since then. The issue in my case is a conflict between the Pretty Link WordPress plugin and Greg’s High Performance SEO WordPress plugin. Since the original article it appears that the GHPSEO has modified the location of a variable I modified to resolve the issue. Below is information on how to resolve.
After upgrading the Fast Secure Contact Form plugin for WordPress you should definitely test to make sure things are working properly because you likely will receive an error when submitting the contact form if you are using the built in captcha. The error which is explained in more detail complains of not being able to read a token file. Below we describe how to quickly resolve the Fast Secure Contact Form captcha error.
Recently I have been doing a lot of testing on a couple of my web sites that run WordPress and realized that securing your site takes a bit of effort. There are some plugins that do a great job at certain things however I wasn’t able to find any that did a great job of securing everything that I would prefer be secured. Below I describe a multi-pronged approach to securing your WordPress site from hacking attempts using multiple WordPress plugins as well as performing a couple manual steps that ensure the WordPress details exposed to the world are minimal.