Accessibility Team Meeting Notes: March 5, 2021

These are the weekly notes for the Accessibility Team meeting that happens on Fridays. You can read the full transcript on our Slack channel and find the meeting’s agenda here. Review of accessibility team’s goals for WordPress 5.8 Following the pubblication of the call for WordPress 5.8 Accessibility Team’s goals, a discussion about the proposed […]

Accessibility Team Meeting Notes: February 26, 2021

These are the weekly notes for the Accessibility Team meeting that happens on Fridays. You can read the full transcript on our Slack channel and find the meeting’s agenda here. Updates from working groups Documentation and Accessibility Patterns: updating the existing accessibility standards document. Publishing information about WCAG 2.1 changes. Plan is still to publish […]

Accessibility Team Meeting Notes: February 19, 2021

These are the weekly notes for the Accessibility Team meeting that happens on Fridays. You can read the full transcript on our Slack channel and find the meeting’s agenda here. Final review of WordPress 5.7 goals Accessibility: most tickets have already been handled. Media: starting to plan 5.8 goals. Documentation and Accessibility Patterns: no updates […]

WordPress Debug Log Files

What are debug log files? When WordPress developers are working on coding a theme or plugin, it is often useful for them to log important data to a file, such as error messages, so that they can view and fix any problems. In WordPress, the debug log file is created with a known file name, […]

WordPress Debug Log Files

What are debug log files? When WordPress developers are working on coding a theme or plugin, it is often useful for them to log important data to a file, such as error messages, so that they can view and fix any problems. In WordPress, the debug log file is created with a known file name, […]

Vulnerability in Zebra_Form PHP Library Affects Multiple WordPress Plugins

The WPScan security research team identified an Unauthenticated Reflected Cross-Site Scripting (XSS) vulnerability within the Zebra_Form PHP library, which is used by multiple WordPress plugins. While investigating a dubious advisory related to a Cross-Site Scripting (XSS) vulnerability in the wp-ticket plugin, the Zebra_Form library was found to be responsible for the issue. At the time […]