current_user_cant function

  1. Eric Marden

    Remove Email and IP address information from Email Notifications to protect the privacy of folks commenting on your blog.

    Remove Email and IP address information from Email Notifications to protect the privacy of folks commenting on your blog. This is accomplished by overriding three pluggable functions and removing all email and IP address information from being sent out.

    1. Download the private-email-notifications.zip file, unzip and upload the whole directory to the /wp-content/plugins/ directory
    2. Activate the plugin through the 'Plugins' menu in WordPress.
    3. Everything else is done for your automatically!

    Do I have control over the formatting of the email?

    Not at this time. The standard emails still go out, they just don't contain the email address or IP of the commenter.

    Which Pluggable functions does this plugin override?

    The following functions are overriden by this plugin:

    • wp_notify_postauthor
    • wp_notify_moderator
    • wp_new_user_notification

    Due to the way pluggable functions works, you can NOT have any other plugins trying to override these functions or they will clash. Some of these functions have actions/filters that you can use to further modify how they operate and in time I plan to add more of these hooks to my versions of these functions.

    I want to help with development of this Plugin!

    The project is now hosted on github.com. Just fork the project and send me a pull request.

    New to git?


    • Initial Release after all debugging and roll out to a public site.


    The Private Email Notifications plugin was developed by Eric Marden, and is provided with out warranty under the GPLv2 License. More info and other plugins at: http://xentek.net

    Copyright 2010 Eric Marden (email : wp@xentek.net)

    This program is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify it under the terms of the GNU General Public License as published by the Free Software Foundation; either version 2 of the License, or (at your option) any later version.

    This program is distributed in the hope that it will be useful, but WITHOUT ANY WARRANTY; without even the implied warranty of MERCHANTABILITY or FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE. See the GNU General Public License for more details.

    You should have received a copy of the GNU General Public License along with this program; if not, write to the Free Software Foundation, Inc., 51 Franklin St, Fifth Floor, Boston, MA 02110-1301 USA

    Posted: 6 years ago #
  2. Chris Scott

    Adds multiple post thumbnails to a post type. If you've ever wanted more than one Featured Image on a post, this plugin is for you.

    Adds multiple post thumbnails to a post type. If you've ever wanted more than one Featured Image on a post, this plugin is for you.

    Please refer to full documentation at https://github.com/voceconnect/multi-post-thumbnails/wiki

    If you have any issues with this plugin, please log them at the Github repo for this plugin. This is done to centralize our issues and make sure nothing goes unnoticed.

    The URL to log an issue is https://github.com/voceconnect/multi-post-thumbnails/issues

    See Frequently Asked Questions at https://github.com/voceconnect/multi-post-thumbnails/wiki/Frequently-Asked-Questions

    1. multiple-post-thumbnails screenshot 1

      Admin meta box showing a new thumbnail named 'Secondary Image'.

    2. multiple-post-thumbnails screenshot 2

      Media modal showing images attached to the post and a 'Secondary Image' selected.

    3. multiple-post-thumbnails screenshot 3

      Admin meta box with the 'Secondary Image' selected.

    After version 1.3, releases were tracked in github: https://github.com/voceconnect/multi-post-thumbnails/releases

    Historical releases are below:


    • Fixed escaping of iframe url


    • Don't show set as links in media screens when not in context (props prettyboymp). Add voceplatforms as an author. Updated FAQ.


    • Only enqueue admin scripts on needed pages (props johnjamesjacoby) and make sure thickbox is loaded (props prettyboymp). Add media-upload script to dependencies for post types that don't already require it (props kevinlangleyjr).


    • Update FAQ. Clean up readme. Don't yell null. Don't output link to original if there is no image.


    • Use get_the_ID() in get_the_post_thumbnail. Props helgatheviking.


    • Increment version only to attempt to get plugin versions back in sync.


    • Revert init action changes from 0.7. Fixes admin metaboxes not showing when the MultiPostThumbnails class is instantiated in an action instead of functions.php


    • Add actions/filters on init action. Should fix admin metaboxes not showing or showing out of order. props arizzitano.


    • Update get_the_post_thumbnail return filter to use format {$post_type}_{$thumb_id}_thumbnail_html which allows filtering by post type and thumbnail id which was the intent. Props gordonbrander.
    • Update plugin URL to point to Plugin Directory


    • Update readme to check for MultiPostThumbnails class before calling.


    • Added: optional argument $link_to_original to *_the_post_thumbnails template tags. Thanks to gfors for the suggestion.
    • Fixed: PHP warning in media manager due to non-existent object


    • Fixed: when displaying the insert link in the media library, check the post_type so it only shows for the registered type.


    • Update docs and screenshots. Update tested through to 3.0 release.


    • Initial release.
    Posted: 6 years ago #
  3. jamalk

    Comment author can view all his comments by clicking 'My Comment' link.

    In WordPress default system there is no link to view user’s own comment. This plugin filter comment by login user. So the link “My comment” in back-end menu shows all comments that is commented by that user. For more information about the plugin please see: http://www.krishe.com/en/my-comment

    1. Upload my-comment directory to the /wp-content/plugins/ directory
    2. Activate the plugin through the 'Plugins' menu in WordPress
    1. my-comment screenshot 1

      My Comment Link and display my comments.


    • Update php code open function to class function
    • Update suppor and donation link


    • Initial versiono
    Posted: 6 years ago #
  4. Footer Slideup Form adds an GetResponse Opt-In form into the footer where user's can subscribe to your List.

    Footer Slideup Form is one of the best ways to ask your user to subscribe to your list without any interruption or blocking and this plugin does exactly that. It adds GetResponse subscribe form in the footer of your WordPress blog. GetResponse (Aff Link) is an autoresponder which allows you to send series of email message to subscribers.

    This plugin is only for GetResponse form and for AWeber please use AWeber Footer SlideUp form plugin.

    Please Follow the exact Steps to install and activate this plugin.

    1. Generate an Inline form using the GetResponse Interface.
    2. Grab the HTML code of your GetResponse Form and Search for Hidden Form Fields You will find them between the tag.
    3. Upload the plugin folder getresponse-footer-slideup into your plugins directory located at wp-content/plugins.
    4. Activate the plugin through the 'Plugins' menu in WordPress
    5. Edit Options under the Menu 'GetResponse Footer SlideUp'. Paste the hidden form HTML Code generated in Step 2. Remember not to include the custom_http_referer hidden field from the HTML code

    How to Edit the Tag Line Subscribe By Email for Weekly Updates?

    Heading Tag Line (Optional) in the admin interface of the plugin. Leaving it blank will show the default tagline.

    I have more Queries, Can you Help?

    Yes I will be more than happy to help. Just post them in comments on my blog.

    1. getresponse-footer-slideup screenshot 1

      How GetResponse Footer Slideup Looks.

    = 0.2 - * Support for new GetResponse Code


    • Basic Working Version of GetResponse Footer Slideup with Admin Options Added.
    Posted: 6 years ago #

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