I'm creating a WordPress theme in which I've allowed users to add some custom css from the Theme Options. This css code then directly gets echoed out in the head section of the page, with the ...
I'm creating a Wordpress theme that I'm hoping to sell on Themeforest. Now I know much about escaping user inputted data using functions like esc_html, esc_url and so on and I use them in the comments ...
I'd like to put text areas in a theme options area to allow users to easily add analytics code, scripts, and css. Is it silly to worry about malicious code being inserted via un-sanitized theme ...
I have following types of theme options inputs, which I need to validate. $numbers = "#1234"; $email = "firstname.lastname@example.org"; $simeple_text = "How's going?"; $code = "<script ...
So I just found this great WPSE thread about security for themes/plugins. It answered most of my questions but it was created before the new wp_editor() function was built. I have two TinyMCE editors ...