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In the same branch as Don’t help pirates and stop include all!, here comes a second one which is a following of the reflexion but with files. Which index? I’m talking about file containing the most of the time, either nothing, either a “Silence is golden”, even i’m talking about the plugin with the same name Silence is Golden Guard. […]
I told some people about this in an earlier WordCamp i think. I’m talking about a code that seems smart, allowing a script to auto-include all .php files from a plugin or theme’s folder. Smart code The goal of this kind of code is to auto-include all files from for example, and without adding any line […]
The last 27th august, a friend of me has been victim of a hack on his e-commerce website. Bay it quickly, it was the panic, when you see in the morning your home page defaced…