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WP 3.2 RC1 released

Posted by on Jun 14, 2011 in Blog | 0 comments

WP 3.2 RC1 released

We’ve been testing the latest release candidate for WordPress 3.2. A lot of bug fixes and stability improvements, but a good amount of new functionality being rolled out as well. The highlights – The visual editor now has a full screen composing option Minor UI changes to admin panel Release of the new reference theme Twenty Eleven, though it’s not at the RC stage just yet – still late-beta. Integration of BrosweHappy, prompting users on outdated browsers to...

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Securing WordPress using .htaccess

Posted by on Jun 8, 2011 in Blog | 0 comments

Securing WordPress using .htaccess

Picked up a new tool to harden WordPress security through the htaccess file. Would like to thank the folks over at Blog Security for their work on this. Important Note: Please ensure that your WordPress files and database are backed up before attempting any of these changes. Step 1 – Restricting wp-content and wp-includes Using htaccess <files> directive, we can restrict all files accept images, CSS and JavaScript. The .htaccess file will look as follows: Order Allow,Deny Deny from...

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New additions to our print lineup

Posted by on Jun 8, 2011 in Blog | 0 comments

New additions to our print lineup

We’re announcing two new additions to our print lineup – gift certificates and event tickets. You’ll find these new products in our print catalog under controlled receipts. These new items feature elegant and thick 10pt cardstock, full color printed on full-bleed commercial press. Printing starts at just $38 + design. An amazing low price for custom, professional gift certificates to build customer loyalty.     Event tickets can come with perforations and sequential...

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Dynamically assigning https for SSL

Posted by on Jun 8, 2011 in Blog | 0 comments

Dynamically assigning https for SSL

Working on an e-commerce site for a client, and I started thinking about the best way to define which pages would be routed through the SSL encryption. I could make the whole site as https, but I’d rather avoid the performance trad-off. Instead, what I do is at the top of my files have a variable when it requires SSL $requireSSL = true; Use a variable, or define a constant, whatever you want to do. And at the top of my header.php I have if($requireSSL && $_SERVER['SERVER_PORT'] !=...

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