The developers of File Manager have created and released a patch for the vulnerability, with users urged to update their software as soon as possible. Given the reach that File Manager allows a user on the wp-admin dashboard, the plugin could present attackers with access to all facets of affected WordPress sites.
“What’s On My PC” is currently hosted at WordPress. Several months ago I purchased the domain name of whatsonmypc.net and set it has the primary domain. What I have been noticing is a decline in traffic since that time and realize it has to do with how Google is now seeing the site. As an experiment of sorts, I have switched the primary domain back to whatsonmypc.wordpress.com. I want to see if there is any change in the traffic. You can still get to the site using whatsonmypc.net …
Has anyone else had a similar experience?
I just posted (yesterday) about the Google Docs to WordPress.com add-on that allows you to draft a blog article using Google Docs and then send the draft of that article to your WordPress account for final review and publishing. Already today, I noticed that I Love Free Software drafted an excellent step-by-step instruction on “how to” post from Google Docs to WordPress (see source link below).
Learn how to post from Google Docs to WordPress.There is WordPress plugin that lets you export an article from Google Docs To the Draft Folder of your site.
With the new Google Docs add-on you can now compose a WordPress blog article in Google Docs and send a draft directly to WordPress.com (or a Jetpack powered WordPress.org site). I am always looking for ways to post my blog articles and this add-on appears to make good use of Google Docs and its’ formatting options.
Trying something new on the blog… This morning installed the WordPress editor on my Android tablet with the hope I can post content that I find quickly, “on the fly”, that I think is worth sharing. The posts will be minimalistic and simplistic in effect. Been blogging for nearly 8 years and is time to try something a little different to prevent blogger burnout.
If you have tried the Android version of the WordPress editor I would be interested in your thoughts … From what I am seeing so far, just from this posting, it is very limited in what you can and cannot do; however, may serve the purpose I am looking for.