Just bought in March an EOS 7D with 24-70mm f 2.8 L II USM lens. Superb results!
Admin Templates have the most bought extended licences I’ve got about 10 in two years.
I’ve also seen this happening last year, an item released without WooCommerce followed by a version with WooCommerce two months later.
Ever since working with Respond.js for Bootstrap 3 compatibility on IE8 and seeing the bad performance and bugs it caused, I decided to stop supporting responsiveness on IE8 for all upcoming themes. Envato allows that now luckily
I like it! Integrating it is easier, and the admin is now far more responsive. The included dashicons is also very helpful, now we can cut some bytes from our admin code for several features.
Also, is it just me, or WPML now works faster with 3.8?
nagaemas saidYou know what is funny? When you say there is not PHP code but you have a WP theme for sale and some admin templates which has ajax uploaders and file managers, they also use PHP .
FlatKing saidAlready did that but they said that their software was up to date and that it might be caused by some PHP code But there’s no PHP code, just pure HTML. Maybe I should just move to a bigger hosting company.
Ouch, most “hackers” will target the hosting company have a word with them and see if they have a log
The hacker has not accesed your code from cpanel but he found a way to do this directly from the front-end of one of your sites/themes. If you have Wordpress installed this can be because of a plugin or a theme(even if it is not activated). Be carefull when using someone else code, it doesn’t matter if is PHP or JS(both are dangerous).
Now to answer your question…Have a nice day and to be without hackers. Hope this will be the last time you see a hackers message on your site.;)
1. I have a few sites and some of them were hacked because I have used themes and plugins that were not created by me. One of these sites was hacked thrice because I’ve used a theme that has a open hole for hackers, it is from Themeforest but the developer discard to recognize that his theme has serious security problems, even if this is confirmed by lots of people that purchased his theme.
2. I’ve used a plugin from WP.org(I can’t find it now, seems to be deleted), that created a “Under construction” page for visitors and only the admin can see the site. Well, this plugin was smart enough to collect all data from my site(including login and password) and send it to it’s author via email. Voila, that’s why you should check the code(if the plugin is not popular) before install it on your site.
3. Your site could be hacked, probably, because you are on a shared hosting, who knows?
Thanks for the answer!
Yes, you’re right there are actually some PHP codes, but they were very simple ones.
As for WP, I’m not using any external plugins except for contact form 7 and almost everything uses native WordPress code.
The thing is, my WordPress theme and site templates does not get defaced, only all three of my admin templates. That’s the strange thing as if the guy have some grudge against my admin templates
I’m almost sure this is caused by the a security issue on my webhost because my friend using this host has also experienced continuous hacks that were fixed, but hacked and hacked again.
Thanks all for the suggestions!
I’ll be moving host soon.
@imangm Fortunately, no data is deleted from the server so I only need to reupload things to fix it