How to Set Up WordPress Plugin Development with WordPress 5.1

  • August 26, 2021

WordPress 4.7.x is not supported anymore by the WordPress plugin development team.

This is a major security issue and we have already reported this to the WordPress developers, so this is a bug we are investigating.

We will update this article as soon as we have a better answer.

If you have a plugin for WordPress 4 that you would like to work on, the WordPress Plugin Security Team is currently looking for developers to work with.

How to Remove WordPress Duplicate Page on Your Website

  • August 17, 2021

duplicate page title,google google,google,google source Bloomberg article duplicate article title,Google,google article title Google and other search engines have found a way to “cheat” on your privacy by redirecting you to a page that says it’s not a duplicate.

The trick works only if your website is indexed by Google, which Google has not always treated well, Bloomberg reported.

Google is a popular search engine for people looking to buy or sell items.

But it has been slow to change its practices in recent years.

Its own privacy policy says that it will “remove content that it considers illegal, or in breach of our Terms of Service.”

It has since announced changes, saying that the “page that you are visiting is not a legitimate duplicate of another page on Google.”

A similar tactic was used by a competitor, Facebook, that is now owned by Alphabet Inc., Reuters reported.

The company is not the only company using Google’s automated content search feature.

Google has been criticized for its privacy policies and practices, but its reputation for providing better results is better than that of some competitors.

The privacy issues have been exacerbated by the fact that Google is now a part of the social media giant Facebook, which was founded by Mark Zuckerberg and is owned by Facebook.

Facebook also announced it will start blocking ads from third-party sites that it deems harmful.

Facebook’s privacy policy is more lenient than Google’s.

Google says that if you search for something on its website, it will not show ads or content that may be of interest to you, according to Bloomberg.

Facebook, for its part, has recently rolled out changes to its privacy policy.

The changes were meant to ensure that Facebook has more control over what is published and shared on its platform.

For example, Google does not show “third party ads” that are posted by other websites, and it does not block them, according a blog post published by Facebook in April.

“If you are seeing ads on your site that are sponsored by another site, please remove them,” the blog post read.