WordPress Auto Updates broken .. Action Required!

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WordPress recently released version 4.9.3 which offered some bug fixes and enhancements. It also broke WordPress auto-update. Auto-update was implemented a few versions back so that all WordPress websites would automatically update when security and bug fix versions are released. This was an important change to keep your website safe and secure whether you regularly …

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Security Matters

Customers sometimes ask us to explain the value of our managed website services. There are easy and obvious parts. For example, hosting services and the developer subscriptions to tools we use to build sites get allocated across the customers that use them (at a much lower cost than customers buying them individually). Other parts are …

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Trust is not everlasting

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A recent series of attacks on WordPress websites have come from widely used, previously trusted plugins. In most cases, the authors had sold their plugins to another company and that new company injected malware in an attempt to monetize their new asset or do harm. Checking your themes and plugins for vulnerabilities and trust-ability is …

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Going Native

We’re nearly done moving Trail Data Manager™ into the WordPress admin experience. Soon you will be able to manage properties, trails and stewards and the relationships between them) entirely within WordPress for even easier, more integrated Conservation and Land Trust websites. Some reasons this is a very good thing: Improved search and SEO as all …

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