A few weeks ago I did a talk on WordPress security at the WordPress London meetup (video, slides). At the end there were a couple of questions relating to our hosting platform which bear repeating and a bit of a follow-up. “Why don’t you use VaultPress?” There are a number of security plugins on the market […]
I’m working on a Json api for fetching reviews from security.dxw.com/, using the rails-api gem. When a plugin hasn’t been reviewed, the api (naturally) returns a 404, but what should the body contain?
When you’re developing a WordPress site locally it can be tedious to keep logging in with a fake username and password – particularly if you’re testing things out from the perspective of multiple user types (e.g. Admin and Subscriber) or using an existing database. Fortunately there’s a quick hack which makes lets you skip WordPress’ […]
During development, you might find yourself needing to delete everything from a specific database table to refresh your data. You could drop the whole database and bring it back up again with rake:db:drop, rake:db:setup, but that’s slow and indiscriminate. Instead, boot up a console and call delete_all on your model: % rails c > Advisory.count […]