Slides from my talk on connection security at the March 2015 WordPress DC Meetup. See also my previous post on mixed content.
If you run a WordPress network (formerly multisite), you may have users with different roles on different blogs (e.g. Administrator on one, Editor on another, and Subscriber on a third). What if you have an upcoming upgrade and want to … Continue reading
I’ve prepared a graphic explaining why embedding insecure (HTTP) content in a secure (HTTPS) page is dangerous and confusing to visitors. You’re free to use it under the terms of the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike 4.0 International License. Full-size: PDF PNG … Continue reading
Slides from my “AWS & WordPress” talk at WordCamp Baltimore 2014. The video is available as well.
Updated 11/16/2015: add IPv6 support and link user agent to StatCounter. This snippet adds a link to geolocation and ISP data on IPaddress.com (IPv4) / ipinfo.io (IPv6) and the submitter’s user agent to the Entry metabox via the gform_entry_info hook.