So this has been a problem for a while, I’ve just been too busy and our company did not really need the advertising but now we need to start looking into future business development and this site needs to work.
Story: Our site, http://www.Vernonconstruction.com seemed to be hacked. I cant remember what happened first, the trojan warnings while editing with the admin tools, or google black listing the site and shutting it down. Eventually the guy who made the site was able to get it unblack listed…
Today, the site is up and running however it is painfully slow. I also still get trojan warnings from my commodo anti virus. The window pops up with the trojan.js re director.
We put “IT” people on it, and their opinion is the picture sliders are too big (The photos in them are around 100-200 kb and each slider has about 5-6 pictures) and then they said “Browsers tend to bark at WordPress sites when there’s really nothing there to bite.” (Referring to the trojan warnings)
I’ve done searches and have tried a few things, I tried disabling all plug ins, no go, tried updating everything, no go, I tried simplifying the site, nothing. I ran a few of the website scanners people posted on here, and they all say the site is safe. I ran Yslow and the home page gets low marks in compressed components and expires headers. That is about all the details I can come up with. I’m nearing the point where I’m ready to just start over from scratch. Thanks in advance.
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