Support » Plugin: Blog Designer » Malicious redirect

  • Resolved heathj


    Once again, this plugin has been the cause of malicious redirects on a site. It is on the most current version of WordPress and all plugins, including this one, are up to date. After disabling this plugin, the redirect is gone.

    $ wp plugin list
    | name | status | update | version |
    | blog-designer | inactive | none | 1.8.16 |
    | boldgrid-easy-seo | active | none | 1.6.2 |
    | boldgrid-gallery | active | none | 1.5 |
    | boldgrid-inspirations | active | none | 2.0.4 |
    | boldgrid-ninja-forms | active | none | 1.5 |
    | google-captcha | active | none | 1.47 |
    | post-and-page-builder | active | none | 1.10.5 |
    | wp-gmail-smtp | active | none | 1.0.7 |

    • This topic was modified 1 year, 3 months ago by heathj.
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  • I’ve just had the same issue; turns out the problem was some JavaScript in my custom_css option in the database.

    Check that out and see if it is your case as well.

    I dont see how to find custom css in the database..
    but i have same problem disable the plugin is ok not it redirects to

    @acteventsplanner in your database, locate the “options” table (I don’t know the prefix of your tables, but suppose it is abc_; your table will be called abc_options) and run a search for the field called custom_css.

    In my case, the whole field value was filled with JavaScript, so I emptied it and it fixed the issue.

    Plugin Contributor Sanjay Dabhoya


    Hello @davewoodhall
    thanks for replying to this thread with answer.

    Hello @heathj @acteventsplanner

    We are glad to know that you are using one of our product – Blog Designer plugin with your WordPress website.
    I have checked your support query and noticed that you have some redirection related issue with the plugin. We had already given answer for it for your past query that you need to follow this steps

    So, please follow instructions.
    – Go to the Blog Designer plugin setting and click General Settings tab.
    – Find there Custom CSS section at the end of the page.
    – Here have found some code in that CSS section just remove that whole code and save it plugin settings.
    – Now check your website once.

    Let me know if you have any further query using it.

    Have a nice day.

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