Ultimate Security Checker
As WordPress blog owner spending hours on its content you should concern about your product security. In other case it’s possible to lose all that hard earned content in a minute. There are a lot of malicious software bots and damn headless young crackers permanently trying to hack our blogs. And if it’s easy to restore original content from the fresh backup copy (do you have it?), it’s more complex (if possible at all) to restore the lost reputation in case your blog was used as spammer base or showed some bad content after hack incident.
Are you sure that your loving blog is secure?
Ultimate Security Checker
WordPress plugin is the tool which could check your blog for security issues and recommend how to fix them. At the moment this review version 2.7.0 is available at WordPress repository
. I tested it successfully with WordPress versions 3.2.1 and 3.3 Beta. What does “Ultimate Security Checker” offers to its user?
WordPress 3.3 Beta 1
announced that WordPress version 3.3 Beta 1 is available.
Do not hurry to grab it and update your production blog. Beta 1 is published for testing purposes only. It still can have critical bugs, even if it looks stable enough. So beta-testers are welcome! If you have test playground for new WordPress toy – just install it there and enjoy.
You can download
WordPress 3.3 Beta 1 here
of WordPress 3.3 Beta 2 is available here
of WordPress 3.3 Beta 3 is available here
of WordPress 3.3 Beta 4 is available here
Try the latest Beta
, test it, find bugs and report
WordPress community and developers team.
NetBeans for PHP 7.1 Beta
Developers of popular free NetBeans IDE announced at netbeans.org
, that version 7.1 beta (including PHP support) is available.
What’s new this version offers for PHP developers? According to official release information page
web developers can find this enhanced features in upcoming 7.1 release: Support for CSS3, Code completion and documentation for new CSS3 elements, Browser specific properties, Improved PHP debugging, PHPUnit test groups capabilities, Support for Smarty templates, Faster uploads with keep-alive for (S)FTP client.
Let’s take a closer look at NetBeans version 7.1 Beta.
Piza Duomo Italy
Let me leave you for two weeks. I have a long waited and deserved vacation for that period.
I take a plane to Italy today and start my next journey by rented car on roads of Italy, Switzerland, Austria and Italy again.
I’m starving to see ancient architecture monuments, beautiful works of Renaissance Italian artists, nice nature pictures and Alps especially. If you are interested in my route, photos, videos and notes from my way, let me know and I will make some posts about this journey.
ShinePHP got 1000 thanks
ShinePHP.com got it’s first 1000 thanks from you.
It’s so exciting to get your positive feedback and know that you like my work. I’m really inspired to write more getting your appreciation for posts, published here. Your comments and just a single click on this blue button with “Thank You” words on it let me raise my head and know that my work is useful for somebody, that my efforts are not wasted. This leads to positive mood and desire to create more and more, better and better.
Who makes the job?
Jumpple WordPress plugin which calls itself “Your website keeper” is developed by Jumpple.com. Plugin offers you free and easy way to protect your online presence via real time notifications if something is wrong with your website.
Jumpple offers these services:
- 24×7 site monitoring;
- Website/server – Configure how frequently you want to check website status (up/down) using TCP, HTTP, Ping and DNS checks;
- Latency – Monitor how long it takes your site to load to ensure an optimal user experience;
- Content – Check for missing keywords to protect your homepage from content errors and/or defacement.
You use s2Member
WordPress plugin from PrimoThemes
For those who don’t know, this plugin supports powerful membership capabilities, protect members only content, integrates with PayPal, supports recurring billing, custom pages for registration, etc. It is a right tool if you wish to sell some of your blog content to your subscribers or just restrict access to some posts, pages or downloads.
Finally, you know s2Member and WordPress good enough to make your own changes to its user permissions systems. You edited one of S2member created user roles: “s2Member Level 1″, “s2Member Level 2″, “s2Member Level 3″ or “s2Member Level 4″ and you added some new capabilities to it. You can use User Role Editor
WordPress plugin, which helps you make such changes very easy.
You lose all your custom changes to the s2Member user roles after every s2Member plugin update. What’s going wrong? What to do? Who can help?
Read this post to know how to leave your customized s2Member user roles unchanged.