July 19, 2012

How to Censor Words on Your WordPress Site with Filtration

Sometimes, certain language is just plain uncalled for. Whilst I’m all for free speech and such, it is fair to say that some people on the internet are inclined to use foul and inappropriate language – often when it is especially uncalled for. If you run a WordPress site that…

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