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Senior Software Engineer for Fresh Consulting.

See my Careers CV for geekish details.

See my website for everything else.

Bonum, Veritas, Pulcher, Techne.

Living. Loving. Forgiving. Never giving up...


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comment Is there a way to force ssl on certain pages
I have not, since I'm no longer working on that particular project. It might be time to find a newer plugin and recommend it.
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comment Verifying that I have fully removed a WordPress hack?
Oh, one final note. I'm assuming you have Google Webmaster tools tied in to this domain. Once you get things cleaned up you can submit a request from your webmaster tools account to have Google rescan the site and remove the warning message. They process requests from webmaster tools typically within a day. Otherwise you get on the "naughty list" for a good 90 days.