Yet again a serious zero day exploit is found in the popular Tim Thumb image resizing script allowing for attacks on your website. This script is seriously an evil bit of code and should be eradicated from the Interwebs completely.
Support accessibility in your local community for Global Accessibility Awareness Day this May 15th. We’ll be at the Sydney event.
Development on WordPress 4.0 has officially started. But what new features can we expect to see in this new version?
WordPress 3.9, codenamed ‘Smith’, dropped onto our servers this week with a heap of core improvements mostly based around editing content.
WordPress security double whammy! Open SSL Heartbleed vulnerability and exploits in the JetPack plugin. Read how to fix the problems & secure your website.
Slides and audio from February’s WordPress Sydney meetup on developing and managing WordPress content.
WordFence, the makers of the WordPress security firewall plugin of the same name, have launched a real-time view of attacks blocked by their software
WordPress 3.9 has been given a release date of April 15th. We may see an improvement to the widget area and refinement to some newly released features.
Do you need to target only IE10 and above with some CSS hacks? It can be done! Find out how.
Installing and using Grunt on Windows 7 64-bit. A quick tutorial on how to get started with using Grunt.