There’s been a lot of drama in the WordPress community this week, as people are questioning the relationship of wordpress.org and wordpress.com in Google’s search results.
One of WordPress' most basic security features creates a tricky SEO challenge. Empty files designed to protect against directory traversal leave behind dozens of dead end and headaches.
I've discovered something rotten at the core of the WordPress.org website, which is poisoning the whole web.
There’s a potential security flaw buried deep in millions of websites. Is yours exposing sensitive business information and documents?
Code to standardise awkward behaviours, remove superfluous settings, and enhance some default functions and approaches.