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Persistent Malicious Redirect Variants

It’s always nice to meet an old friend or someone you used to know well. You have news to share and talk about, stories to tell, etc. But what if your “old friend” was on the criminal side of things and you are meeting him more often than you actually like? Moreover, when you see him, he keeps changing his ...

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Quarterly Updates | Q2 2018

To keep everyone aware of big projects and efforts across WordPress contributor teams, I’ve reached out to each team’s listed representatives . I asked each of them to share their Top Priority (and when they hope for it to be completed), as well as their biggest Wins and Worries. Have questions? I’ve included a link to each team’s site in ...

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WordCamp Europe 2018 Draws 2,085 Attendees, Organizers Look Ahead to 2019 in Berlin

photo credit: WCEU Photography Team WordCamp Europe closed out a successful event in Belgrade with 2,085 attendees from 76 countries. More than 800 others joined via livestream for a total audience of nearly 3,000 participants. A record-setting Contributor Day kicked off the event, followed by two days of conference sessions and workshops from 65 speakers. A team of 54 organizers ...

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21 Best Medical and Health WordPress Themes

Are you looking for medical and health WordPress themes for your website? Medical and healthcare services websites are different than other business websites , and you would want your design to stand out. In this article, we have hand-picked the best medical and health WordPress themes that you can try. Making a Medical and Health Website with WordPress WordPress is ...

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Designing B2B and B2C Websites: A Breakdown of the Differences

General best practices for web design are all over the web, but applying those rules to real WordPress sites you’re building is something else entirely. That’s why I tend to write about how to design WordPress sites for different audiences–like designing for global versus local customers, or designing for users based on age. The one-size-fits-all […] https://premium.wpmudev.org/blog/

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WPWeekly Episode 323 – Recap of WordCamp Grand Rapids and A Gutenberg Road Map

In this episode, John James Jacoby recaps his trip to WordCamp Grand Rapids and shares his experience. WordCamp Grand Rapids had a strong focus on tools, plugins, and themes and by all accounts, was a successful event. We discussed Matt Mullenweg’s Summertime update, the roadmap for merging Gutenberg into core, and what comes after Gutenberg. We shared our thoughts on ...

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