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Official Site Policy

Here at Perishable Press, we take policy very seriously. Whether it’s helping wayward users leave proper comments, explaining the purpose of data collection, or detailing the site’s accessibility strategy, our Official Policy makes everything crystal clear. If ever you have concerns or questions regarding official Perishable Press policy, please reach us anytime, we’re always glad to help.

Further Resources

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License & Usage

All content presented via Perishable Press enjoys perpetual copyright via its respective authors, unless specifically indicated otherwise. Here is a summary of how things are licensed, what you are free to use, share, and so forth.

Code used to build the site
All Contents Copyright © Monzilla Media. All Rights Reserved. Look and learn all you want. Don’t steal my work.
Written content (excluding code snippets)
Feel free to share small portions of text, quotes, etc. Anything more than that, you need to get permission first.
Code snippets
All code provided at this site is licensed under the Creative Commons Attribution License unless otherwise noted.
User comments
All comments presented via this website reflect the personal opinions of individuals. No guarantee concerning the validity, provenance, or any other aspect of such comments is provided or implied.
Everything else..
Anything not covered above requires written permission.

If in doubt about anything, ask.

Perishable Press is in no way responsible for any externally linked content.

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Welcome
Perishable Press is operated by Jeff Starr, a professional web developer and book author with two decades of experience. Here you will find posts about web development, WordPress, security, and more »
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Thoughts
Never force your users to type out a password (or any long string of characters) by blocking the paste function. Typing long strings leads to MORE errors than simple copy/paste.
Checking in to anyone listening. Stay safe. Pay attention. Don't get lazy.
What's up with Plesk UI lately? Especially on Chrome it looks just awful, all kinds of broken. Come on Plesk devs get it together.
Things get stressful, I try to pray. Not always easy, but always helps to relax and regain focus.
Nice new speed checker at fastorslow.com.
Easy way to exclude certain tests from WP Site Health: Site Health Tool Manager
Excellent (and free) tool for getting tons of site SSL infos: whynopadlock.com