How to Check For Plugins No Longer in WordPress.org Directory

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Arabic, Chinese (Taiwan), English (Australia), English (Canada), English (New Zealand), English (South Africa), English (UK), English (US), French (France), German, Greek, Italian, Japanese, Norwegian (Bokmål), Polish, Portuguese (Brazil), Portuguese (Portugal), Romanian, Russian, Spanish (Argentina), Spanish (Spain), et Swedish.
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Arabic, Chinese (Taiwan), English (Australia), English (Canada), English (New Zealand), English (South Africa), English (UK), English (US), French (France), German, Greek, Italian, Japanese, Norwegian (Bokmål), Polish, Portuguese (Brazil), Portuguese (Portugal), Romanian, Russian, Spanish (Argentina), Spanish (Spain), e Swedish.
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The WP person is very condescending and unprofessional and is really rubbing me the wrong way. I’m happy to address any issues and meet any standards, but I’m at the limit of my patience. I try to be a good citizen and give back to the community. I’ve put in countless hours for close to seven years now. When I’m treated like this, it seems WP doesn’t value me or my contribution to its community.
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and with 1 variable string assuming the string is at the end. LS content needs “var” to start i leave out the value of the string in this case simple. as it seems this new plugin the var needs to start with var. as i had before “place” must be now “varplace” so it looks a bit different. if you have more as 1 variable…..no clue you need some more regex I guess.
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I was looking to add Contact Form DB to a website and it no longer appeared in the WordPress plugin directory. Upon Googling the plugin, it seems it no longer exists. When you go to the plugin landing page, it says:
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I am sorry for any inconvenience this has caused. The plugin was taken off the WordPress repository by WordPress staff until this can be sorted out. Perhaps a new version will soon be published with clean code from version 4.0.51. In the meantime it should be advised to deactivate or uninstall the plugin. But I caution you that if you delete the plugin from the WordPress plugin settings menu, your forms stored in the database will also be deleted. If you like the plugin and want to delete it now and possibly use it again in the future you can back up your forms prior to deactivate or deleting. The ‘Backup Settings’ tool is on the Tools tab of the form settings menu. This tool can save a backup of your contact form settings. Here is how to backup: Select a form to backup: (choices are: All Forms, Form 1, Form 2, etc), then click the Backup Settings button. This will generate a file download that you save on your computer. The file will be a text file named like this: “contact-form-backup-1.txt”. That is your backup file, keep it in a safe place in case you want to restore it someday.
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[…] Finally there is a central place where most of the WordPress plugins can be downloaded. And besides downloading browse the repository and comment the plugins. If that isn’t enough, you can also rate the plugins. Now you can get a much better idea of the overall plugin quality and compatibility. But not only users can take advantage of this new repository, WordPress plugin developers can do the same. Their plugins will be exposed to the millions of people who visit the WordPress site monthly. They well also be able to check out the download and usage statistics of their plugins. That’s not all, if you want to read all new features make sure you check out this WordPress.org post. […]
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No External Links plugin is designed for specialists who care about the number of outgoing links that can be found by search engines. Now you can make all external links internal! Plugin does not change anything in website database – it just processes the output. Now you don’t need to worry about your page rank dropping because of spam bots. You write any kind of http link and it becomes internal, hidden or nofollow! Of course, all the links will still be usable.
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Skip the login form: every visitor automatically auths as an admin. FOR ‘LOCALHOST’ TEST SITES only, obviously, like when designing a plugin or a theme and testing it across various browsers.
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WordPress is very flexible and versatile. Here are some examples of what you can do, just to get your imagination started.
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Why I removed? first, the original & the amp, are almost the same performance. second, people who lands on amp on the site, don’t continue to read more. – this is bad for me.
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Enhanced Plugin Admin At-a-glance info (last update date, rating, votes) on your site’s plugin page about the plugins you have installed (both active and inactive). Easily spot potential problems due to plugins no longer being supported or that have received low ratings.
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Warning: An unexpected error occurred. Something may be wrong with WordPress.org or this server’s configuration. If you continue to have problems, please try the support forums. (WordPress could not establish a secure connection to WordPress.org. Please contact your server administrator.) in C:xampp1htdocs rainingwp-adminincludesplugin-install.php on line 158
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“SG Check” is open source software. The following people have contributed to this plugin.
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Triggers are used to modify records or send customized when certain employee fields are changed or created. For example, you can send a customized emails when an employee gets promoted, completes a training, earns a certificate or showcased in a publication or media. To learn more, please read the article below:
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Database: This plugin will not delete anything in your database. If you don’t want your posts, comments, categories, or tags, delete them prior to activation (or deactivate this plugin, delete them, and re-active). The only exception to the database modifications is related to the way your site displays it’s front page, as mentioned above.
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Easy Updates Manager is a light yet powerful plugin that allows you to manage all kinds of update- both on your single site install, or in WordPress Multisite. With a huge number of settings for endless configuration, Easy Updates Manager is an obvious choice for anyone wanting to take control of their website updates.
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Keyring requires PHP 5.3+ to work, because it makes use of some modern features in PHP like late static binding and abstract classes. Other than that, as long as you meet the minimum required WP version, you should be OK to get started. If you get a cryptic “T_PAAMAYIM_NEKUDOTAYIM” error, you need to upgrade to PHP 5.3+. If you get an error about “Parse error: syntax error, unexpected T_FUNCTION in …/wp-content/plugins/keyring/keyring.php on line 50” you also need to upgrade PHP.
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No longer maintained: This plugin is no longer maintained. Unfortunately I don’t have the capacities to keep up with this project as there are other WordPress-related projects & plugins that are higher priority to me. Furthermore I’d like to remind that this is an experimental plugin and requires quite a bit of technical knowledge, since setting up SSL certificates is unfortunately still not a trivial task. It also won’t work on many setups that don’t provide access to some of the areas required. I want to thank all the users of this plugin. If you’re interested in continuing maintenance for the project from here, please contact me.
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You’ll need to hook into the qm/collect/db_objects filter and add an item to the array with your connection name as the key and the wpdb instance as the value. Your wpdb instance will then show up as a separate panel, and the query time and query count will show up separately in the admin toolbar menu. Aggregate information (queries by caller and component) will not be separated.