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  • Resolved Adrian Houle


    This is really wierding me out; I am working on someones unfinished word press site: and I noticed it had a contact form. I also noticed that it is only visible when logged out as a user. I checked to see what plugin he was using for the contact form: there were only 2 default plugins installed: askme and login attempts. “ok thats strange, I guess he added html to a post: Nope, only 1 post and it just containts paragraphs and headers. I head to the developer console, it did indeed exists, but all the styles appeared to be from within the themes stylsheets, I could not gain any extra information from that. I phone the guy: “hey did you add a contact form?” guy- “no, It just came with the four-twenty theme, I just created the site this morning, added the title and discription, and rushed out the door”

    Were the heck did this element come from? And how the heck did it get on my page?

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  • I just figured this out, its just the comment section, but for users who are not logged into wordpress… cause obviously if you could just leave a comment without putting in user information it would get spammed… duhhhhhh

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