– CSS classes (thanks_quant_for_post, thanks_total_quant_label, thanks_total_quant_value) were added to sidebar widget. Use it to make your widget more attractive.
– Colon is removed from button caption. So add it manually to the button caption, if you need that.
– ShinePHP.com RSS feed box was removed from the plugin Settings page.
– Sidebar widget data could be filtered by category now. Just select needed category from the dropdown list at the widget configuration form.
– Thanks from custom post types are shown in the widgets now.
– TYCB plugin Settings form is updated (check your settings after version update, just in case they were changed suddenly 😉 ).
– TYCB Statistics data tab is moved from Settings page to the separate menu item under Tools menu.
– Button image is changed slightly when you hover mouse on it.
More details about “Thank You Counter Button” WordPress plugin is available here.
– User Role Editor could be available now for single site administrators (Administrator role) under multi-site environment. You should define special constant in your blog wp-config.php file for that.
– One of “User Role Editor” users with 1100+ sites in the multi-site network reported that URE doesn’t update roles for all sites, but stalls somewhere in the middle. Other network update method is realized as alternative. Due to my tests it works approximately 30 times faster. If you met the same problem, try it. It will be great if you share your experience with me. But be careful. It’s recommended to make 1st try on the backup copy, not on a live site.
– Persian translation is updated.
Go to User Role Editor Change Log for details.
Just copy it and paste it into your active theme functions.php file (
wp-content/themes/your-theme/functions.php) insert ID of categories to block. You can get ID of category at Categories page. Move mouse over ‘Edit’ link of selected category and look on the link at the bottom of your browser. Search ‘tag_ID=’ there. The number to the right of it is the category ID.
Congratulations! That’s all. You got it.
1st, I found CURLOPT_VERBOSE parameter. If you can not guess what is wrong with your CURL request, turn on CURLOPT_VERBOSE parameter. It’s very useful in such situation:
curl_setopt($ch, CURLOPT_VERBOSE, true);
Setting its value to TRUE forces CURL to output verbose information. It writes output to STDERR, or the file specified using CURLOPT_STDERR.
So I added parameter above and made step forward at once. I got the reason, why my CURL request didn’t work. CURL returned this information in the verbose mode:
If you read WordPress Codex “Roles and Capabilities” page or use plugin like User Role Editor to manage WordPress roles and user capabilities, you saw there this capabilities set, in alphabetical order:
delete_others_pages, delete_others_posts, delete_pages, delete_posts, delete_private_pages, delete_private_posts, delete_published_pages, delete_published_posts.
create_usersis straight forward and self-explained one. WordPress Codex Roles and Capabilities page even doesn’t contain a word explaining or defining it.
You can know from that page only that this capability was added to WordPress since version 2.1 and it is included into Administrator role by default. It belongs to Superadmin (for multi-site configuration) also, but you can not see such role in WordPress roles list.
Do you wish to know a little more about this capability or dive deeper into WordPress user capabilities world? Follow me reading this post and you will get detailed report about how and there
create_users capability is used by WordPress.
But what to do if you need to execute your task more often, than default schedule intervals offered by WordPress? Can you manage WordPress scheduler to start your job every 5 minutes instead of ‘hourly’, ‘twicedaily’ and ‘daily’ intervals?