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Invite en Masse



This plugin requires PHP5 (see Other Notes > PHP4 for more).

Allows you to upload a CSV file of names, emails and usernames to invite a lot of people to join your blog.

Plugin initially produced on behalf of Ambition a project to help UK Arts Organisations work with IT and digital media.

Is this plugin lacking a feature you want? I’m happy to accept offers of feature sponsorship: contact me and we can discuss your ideas.

Any issues: contact me.


Many of my plugin now require at least PHP5. I know that WordPress officially supports PHP4, but I don’t. PHP4 is a mess and makes coding a lot less efficient, and when you’re releasing stuff for free these things matter. PHP5 has been out for several years now and is fully production ready, as well as being naturally more secure and performant.

If you’re still running PHP4, I strongly suggest you talk to your hosting company about upgrading your servers. All reputable hosting companies should offer PHP5 as well as PHP4.

Right, that’s it. Grump over. 😉


The plugin is simple to install:

  1. Download
  2. Unzip
  3. Upload invite-en-masse directory to your /wp-content/plugins directory
  4. Go to the plugin management page and enable the plugin
  5. Give yourself a pat on the back

Contributors & Developers

“Invite en Masse” is open source software. The following people have contributed to this plugin.


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v0.90b 2009/07/16

  • RELEASE: Version 0.90b