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Do you work with WordPress and like to keep an eye out on the job market? Bookmark…

Do you work with WordPress and like to keep an eye out on the job market? Bookmark this lovely site.

#jobs   #wordpress   #frontend   #backend   #design   #developer  

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WordPress Jobs | WordPress related Job Postings
Position Types. All Openings · Design · Development · General · Migration · Performance · Plugin Development · Theme Customization · Writing. Design (6). 6 jobs. Date Posted. Job Title. Job Type. Location. Jul 25. Junior WordPress UI Designer. Full Time. Tallinn. Jul 24 …

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Keep an eye out for this kind of brute force attack

It looks like we can deny access to the XMLRPC file by adding some code to our .htaccess files, but doing that affects pingbacks. I guess it is the cost of being secure.

<files xmlrpc.php>
Order Deny,Allow
Deny from all
</files>

#wordpress   #bruteforce   #protection  

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New Brute Force Attacks Exploiting XMLRPC in WordPress
Brute force attacks against WordPress have always been very common. In fact, Brute Force attacks against any CMS these days is a common occurrence, what is alwa

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Do you have a WordPress site that takes advantage of the blog feature? Would you…

Do you have a WordPress site that takes advantage of the blog feature? Would you like to make things easier for your visitors to jump back and forth between your posts by simply using the arrow keys? Me too!

Thankfully, JCWP has created an elegant solution in their plugin.

#wordpress   #plugin   #blog   #navigation  

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jcwp left right key navigation
This plugin enables left and right key post navigation.

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Another nice CSS resource for creating shapes

Love it! Especially love the triangle top left/right and triangle bottom left/right and the magnifying glass, though I'd make the handle a little longer/more interesting.

I wonder when I'll be able to animate these shapes?

#css   #shapes

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The Shapes of CSS
The Shapes of CSS. All of the below use only a single HTML element. Any kind of CSS goes, as long as it’s supported in at least one browser. Square. Rectangle. Circle. Oval. Triangle Up. Triangle Down. Triangle Left. Triangle Right. Triangle Top Left. Triangle Top Right. Triangle Bottom Left …

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When your theme is already making 5 or so image sizes for it’s own use, you may…

When your theme is already making 5 or so image sizes for it's own use, you may as well look to limit the sizes that are created that are not being used. By setting the sizes to "0", it prevents from bloating your uploads folder (even more.)

#wordpress   #tips  

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How to Prevent WordPress from Generating Image Sizes
WordPress automatically generates several copies of each image you upload. Learn how to prevent WordPress from generating too many image sizes.

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Here’s another site that offers beautiful and responsive HTML5 templates

(A bit more style than the boilerplate link I shared earlier today.)

They have many different templates you can start from and make it easier for you if you're not a designer, or don't want to design practically everything.

#html5   #templates   #responsive

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HTML5 UP! Responsive HTML5 and CSS3 Site Templates
Responsive HTML5 and CSS3 site templates designed by @n33co.

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I may have already shared this before, but I’m sharing it again because it’s…

I may have already shared this before, but I'm sharing it again because it's infinitely helpful for starting responsive web projects.

#html5   #boilerplate   #responsive   #template  

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Initializr – Start an HTML5 Boilerplate project in 15 seconds!
Initializr generates clean customizable templates based on HTML5 Boilerplate with just what you need to start quickly!

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Finally am digging into a book that my Mom gave me

Hey, it only took me 19 years to start it.

It's really heavy with information – I have to take it slow to really get everything they're saying. I'm only starting on the first chapter (page 7) and have picked up so much! (Granted, there was an introduction that was XXXI pages!)

Two of my favorite parts so far that I've learned are:

1. There are 2 ways to think of creating – one is sublimation and the other is self-actualization. With sublimation, you're taking your illicit dreams and are creating them in a place that's safe. (For example, if you dream that you have the perfect plan to rob a bank, you can write a story based on that plan and get the excitement that you crave from that and NOT go to jail for actually robbing a bank.) For self-actualization, it's the pure expression of your highest aspirations.

2. Meditate – clear your mind to create. I have always found my most creative times are just before I go to sleep and just before I wake up, so I'm TOTALLY down with doing this. I've begun keeping a creative journal of these times so I can pull from it when I'm looking for inspiration.

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Fearless Creating by Eric Maisel — Reviews, Discussion, Bookclubs, Lists

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