I have been using the Flexible Upload D3Z Edition WordPress plugin for a couple years now on various sites that I work on or manage. To me it provides a much easier interface to upload images while building thumbnails on the fly than the default WordPress image media upload. The issue is the Flexible Upload D3Z Edition plugin has not been updated since WordPress version 2.6.X so it has broken on more than one occasion. So when upgrading to WordPress 3 recently it broke the Flexible Upload D3Z Edition plugin and below I describe how to fix the plugin so it will operate without issue in WordPress 3.X.
Recently there was a 0-day vulnerability posted for WordPress which allows users with edit post capabilities to issue SQL injection attacks against the WordPress site. Depending on the type of site that you run this isn’t a huge deal unless you allow any users that sign up to edit and publish articles on the WordPress site. One of the things that could help assist in this type of scenario is knowing who logins in and when as well as knowing if there are failed logins which could help indicate malicious activity. Below is information on a plugin that can accomplish both of these goals.
I received a comment on one of the QD posts earlier today that noted the Facebook link-share button posted an incorrect link on Facebook. These social media buttons exist on the bottom of each article on the Question Defense site. Initially when looking into the issue I was confused because he actual URL that was posted was correct meaning it posted the proper Pretty Link via the WordPress Pretty Link plugin however when I tested the actual link I was redirected to the proper domain but the page display was blank. Below is information on the troubleshooting process I used, what the problem ended up being, and how the problem was resolved.
I needed to add an embedded audio player into a WordPress site for a project I was working on so I started looking at various plugins. The most popular embedded audio player is a WordPress plugin called “Audio Player” which provides you with the ability to easily upload audio files to your WordPress admin site and have the audio files display and play in an embedded audio player on the front end of the WordPress site. Below I describe in more detail how to install the plugin and how to add audio files to your site after the plugin is installed.