July 25, 2013 at 1:19 pm #26727
If you go on my website http://www.boudoirsduboutdumonde.com, at the bottom on the left side appears a link “tai iwin” which is I believe cause I don’t want to click leading to an online game page in thai language.
This has nothing to do here and I didn’t do it, I saked my webmaster and he said it is in the theme files, do you have any idea about what’s going on?
Thank you very much,
SophieJuly 25, 2013 at 3:39 pm #131401
Maybe someone hacked your server. If possible download the latest version of Abundance from themeforest and upload the (untouched) files to your server (via ftp). I’d also recommend to re-install wordpress (download the latest versoon here http://wordpress.org/ and upload the via ftp).July 26, 2013 at 11:28 am #131402
Ok, is there a way to know exactly when this tai stuff appeared in the files?
Because I changed server from OVH to another one lately so I’d like to know which one might have been hacked.
Thank you for answering,
SophieJuly 27, 2013 at 3:54 am #131403
Look at the date and time your footer.php is modified, looks like they put the script in there.
IsmaelJuly 29, 2013 at 2:21 pm #131404
My web-master just founded out that the script is within the file of the pluggin ” Remove UTF-8 from Slug” edited by Trung Kien, it seems the guy includes his own adds without advising, and brightly done. Gone send him a message.
Otherwise, I have a purple banner in each page of my dashboard requiering me to update like here http://bit.ly/14dG8iz, but no extension is clearly mentionned onto the banner, any ideas about what it is?
It first appeared right after I did last main updates (wordpress – woocommerce – abundance)
thanks for your anwsers,
SophieJuly 31, 2013 at 1:57 am #131405
That looks like a WooCommerce banner. Its either asking you to update WooCommerce or telling you that the theme doesn’t declare woocommerce support (incorrectly).
DevinJuly 31, 2013 at 10:38 am #131406
the point is that it appeared right after having updated the woocommerce, theme and wordpress pluggins (having desactivated all pluggins including anti-spam one in the meanwhile) and no new version of any wordpress nor woocommerce were available at that time.
That’s why it looks strange to me.August 1, 2013 at 4:17 pm #131407
Actually Abundance declares woocommerce support. Maybe try to re-upload the wp-contentthemesabundancewoocommerce-config folder (download the latest version of Abundance from themeforest) via ftp. It contains following line:
add_theme_support( 'woocommerce' );
which helps WooCommerce to determine if the current theme is compatible or not.
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