I changed the Captcha plugin for the reg, login, password reset, and comments user inputs . The one I’ve been using has been causing errors or interference with some other things. Funny, it used to be fine for the longest time as far as I can tell. Oh well…… Continue Reading “New Captcha plugin”
Note to self: don’t look to fix what’s not actually broken.
So Orvis theme isn’t as mobile friendly and hasn’t been updated to be such. It works on a PC screen. I rarely have any crucial need to access the blog from my phone or other mobile device. Using another theme ultimately means… Continue Reading “Theme Search Ended”
I guess the site needs a new theme in order to be “mobile friendly”. I lean toward dark themes so here goes the search for one. I’ve always structured my sites on a PC based view (old school is right) and rarely considered or gave much importance to tablet and phone display. That was back in the… Continue Reading “Search for a new Theme”
The top right menu options set titled Navigation. After google searching over and over, looking for (1) the right, the updated for current WP version, tip, how-to writeup, and (2) reasonably easy procedures that a layman like I can follow, a writeup on how to remove the ENTRIES FEED, COMMENTS FEED, and WORDPRESS.ORG… Continue Reading “Removed “useless” links from NAV widget”
I saw this in an email titled Why You Must Avoid Nulled WordPress Themes & Plugins (9 Reasons). Now, I in my heyday did my share of downloading pirated stuff for use on my web page and other uses like music (remember Napster? Oh, I’m the old person here?) and software. Not so much anymore, for several… Continue Reading “Avoid “Nulled” WordPress Themes”
With much thanks to Aldo, the author of PRIVATE CONTENT SHORTCODE!
He posted in the support forum the answer to my question about using PRIVATE SHORTCODE in comments.
Simply add this line in the file functions.php of current theme:
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I don’t know how or why the fu*k registrations evident from extraneous locations have started up ever since I made the domain point to this WP site (as opposed to the old PHP-Fusion site). Is it the “powered by WordPress” footer statement that is pinging on hacker radar?
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I haven’t stood up and run a WP blog site in quite a while, so I don’t know what the trend is among WordPress sites with respect to usership and the attraction of hackers and other potential troublemakers. But I’ve had this install up and running for a while now as I move content to it from the … Continue Reading “Do WordPress sites get trash registrations by nature??”