MySQL version display

Description

This plugin displays the MySQL version in the admin footer.

It can be used alone or together with the Server IP & Memory Usage Display plugin.

What can I do with this plugin?

This plugin displays the MySQL version in the admin footer.

What ideas is this plugin based on?

We have had some requirements to add the MySQL version and some other information to the Server IP & Memory Usage Display plugin. As we want to keep this plugin as simple as possible and without settings page, we decided to create this smaill plugin, which can be used alone or toger with MySQL version display plugin.

System requirements

PHP version 5.3 or greater.

MySQL version display Plugin in your Language!

This first release is avaliable in English and Spanish. In the “lang” folder we have included the necessarry files to translate this plugin.

If you would like the plugin in your language and you’re good at translating, please drop us a line at Contact us.

Further Reading

You can access the description of the plugin in Spanish at: MySQL version display en español.

Contact

For further information please send us an email.

Screenshots

  • Example of the footer displaying the information.
  • Example of the admin footer displaying the information together with the information of the "Server IP & Memory Usage Display" plugin.

Installation

  1. First you will have to upload the plugin to the /wp-content/plugins/ folder.
  2. Then activate the plugin in the plugin panel.
  3. Now the information regarding the MySQL version is displayed in the admin footer.

Please use with WordPress MultiSite at your own risk, as it has not been tested.

FAQ

Why did you make this plugin?

We have had some requirements to add the MySQL version and some other information to the Server IP & Memory Usage Display plugin. As we want to keep this plugin as simple as possible and without settings page, we decided to create this smaill plugin, which can be used alone or toger with MySQL version display plugin.

How can I remove MySQL version display?

You can simply activate, deactivate or delete it in your plugin management section.

Does Contact Form 7 Submission DOM make changes to the database?

No. There is no data stored in the WordPress database.

Are there any known incompatibilities?

Please use with WordPress MultiSite at your own risk, as it has not been tested.

Are there any server requirements?

The PHP version should be at least 5.3. If PHP version is lower than 5.3 there is an error message shown and plugin is not activated.

Do you make use of MySQL version display yourself?

Of course we do. That’s why we created it. 😉

Contributors & Developers

“MySQL version display” is open source software. The following people have contributed to this plugin.

Contributors

Changelog

1.1.0 (Release Date – 20 June 2018)

  • Solved deprecated error with PHP 7.2: Function create_function() is deprecated

= 1.0.0 (Release Date – 23 September 2017)
* First official release.