Need button on plugin page to report insecure plugins

  1. farreach.es

    There is no mechanism to report plugins that have security issues. I am having to hunt for how to do so.

    Posted: 4 years ago #
  2. Ipstenu (Mika Epstein)

    It's called 'Email plugins AT wordpress.org and report the plugin, with as much information as needed to reproduce the issue.'

    We had a button. People spammed the daylights out of it :/

    Posted: 4 years ago #
  3. taf2

    Rotating Header plugin

    Works similar to the WordPress 3.x header image but instead allows you to place in your theme a set of header images that rotate using either a sliding effect or a crossfade effect.

    To use this plugin you need to add a function in your theme and possibly add some additional CSS. Here is an example of how we use it for many of our client websites.

    <?php if (function_exists('rotating_header_draw')) {
    } else { ?>
      <div id="splash"></div>
    <?php } ?>

    Where #splash is a fallback to the built in WordPress theme "custom header" feature The block of code we would either put into a custom home page template or wrap in a call to is_front_page.


    • Easily configure home page graphics
    • Change dynamic graphic order via drag and drop
    • Change link text and add custom HTML
    • Upload and crop graphics using a fixed aspect ratio


    • Add admin interface for changing effect between slider and crossfade
    • Change interface only rotating_header_draw should be called no more scripts


    • IE 8 and below need to have the hidden panels use visibility: hidden


    • Remove short tags


    • Work on making this a releasable plugin


    • Add support for cross fade - requires manual configuration


    • Initial release, support sliding
    Posted: 6 years ago #

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