Responding to the vulnerability in WordPress mentioned last week: although CUUSOO List is nowhere in the top 1000 plugins and/or shouldn't have been affected, there was one use of the method mentioned.
Corrected fetching the number of days left on each project.
Added refresh buttons to update all projects' details.
Added banner images for those browsing plugins. (I had no idea what graphics to use.)
Corrected fetching the project owners' usernames from projects.
All three widgets now use the widget_cuusoolist class name.
Corrected use of widget-cuusoolist-* theme templates.
LEGO CUUSOO has become LEGO Ideas and has completely changed.
CUUSOO List has an updated (and nicer) interface, along with a menu icon.
Projects can now only be added or deleted; there's no need to edit them.
Fetching method is no longer a setting.
More information about each project is available: see widget-cuusoolist.php.
Three widgets instead of one have been provided: list, random and single.
Replaced references to LEGO CUUSOO with LEGO Ideas.
I no longer have my own CUUSOO projects.
CUUSOO List is now a top-level menu page.
Form data is now POSTed instead of using GET.
Code was generally cleaned up, including using WordPress' validation functions.
Corrected some general schoolboy errors with the code, namely with GET parameters and function calls.
Fetching data via API no loger "forgets" the manually defined label.
Better plugin deactivation handling: only the events for fetching project data should be removed. Project data now
isn't removed unless the plugin is deleted (via the Plugins menu).
Fixed a major issue with the fetching event, where more than one could be in effect at once. An absolute nightmare if
you happen to be page scraping.
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Requires: 3.5 or higher Compatible up to: 4.2.5 Last Updated: 2015-5-3 Active Installs:
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