Register for WPCampus 2019

Registration is open for WPCampus 2019! Join us this summer, July 25-27, for three days of hands-on workshops, sessions, and networking focused on accessibility and WordPress in higher education.

Attend WPCampus 2019

Results of Gutenberg Accessibility Audit

In late 2018, WPCampus released a request for proposals to conduct an accessibility audit of the WordPress block editor, also known as Gutenberg. In early 2019, we announced our selection of Tenon, LLC to conduct the audit. We are excited to share the results of the Gutenberg accessibility audit.

Read the Gutenberg accessibility audit results

WPCampus is a community and conferences for web professionals, educators and people dedicated to the confluence of WordPress in higher education. Our goal is to provide a wealth of knowledge for anyone who’s interested in using WordPress and allow people to share and learn about WordPress in the world of higher education.

Much like online businesses or blogging, higher education is a world of its own with unique challenges, content, stakeholders, and target audiences. WPCampus is inclusive of all facets of higher education, whether you’re a faculty member, a content strategist, a designer, social media manager, or a student.

If you are not already a member of the WPCampus community, we invite you to follow @wpcampusorg on Twitter and learn more on how to get involved. We have a thriving Slack channel and would love to have you join the conversation.

From The WPCampus Community

Blog: Announcing our Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion statement

The WPCampus community is delighted to announce our official Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion statement. This statement came from a desire by the WPCampus leadership to prioritize issues of equity and diversity. As many of you know, accessibility is a major focus for our initiatives and events. We believe that accessibility can only be achieved through […]

Blog: Vulnerable WordPress Plugins Report for the Week of May 17, 2019

Vulnerable Plugins There are nineteen issues this week, with five unfixed.  The most critical this week is the Sensitive Information Disclosure, Arbitrary File Deletion, and multiple Cross-Site Scripting vulnerabilities in Ultimate Member discovered by Sucri earlier this week. There was also a Local File Inclusion vulnerability disclosed in Photo Gallery by 10Web that does not […]

Blog: Vulnerable WordPress Plugins Report for the Weeks of April 27, 2019 through May 10, 2019

Vulnerable Plugins Twenty-two issues over the last two weeks, with only two issues unfixed. The most critical updates are the Remote Code Execution vulnerability in the plugins W3 Total Cache, and Kanzu Support Desk and then Arbitrary File Upload vulnerabilities in the plugins Polldeep, User Submitted Posts, and WP Live Chat Support Pro. View this […]