Minor Improvements

Description

Protect your WordPress against spam comments and brute-force attacks (login, registration, comments, new password) thanks to Google reCAPTCHA, add custom header like tracking code (Google Analytics) or custom css, change author slug, activate auto updates for theme, plugins and WordPress core + possibility to disable www field in the comment form.

Screenshots

  • Options page - Custom header
  • Options page - Google reCAPTCHA
  • Options page - Auto updates
  • Options page - Disable www field from comments
  • Options page - Change author slug

Installation

  1. Upload the plugin files to the “/wp-content/plugins/minor-imporvements” directory, or install the plugin through the WordPress plugins screen directly.

  2. Activate the plugin through the “Plugins” screen in WordPress.

  3. Use the Settings => Improvements screen to configure the plugin.

FAQ

Why to install this plugin?

No ads and any other needless changes in the WordPress core. I’m using this plugin on my several commercial websites. You are NOT my tester! 🙂

How to disable this plugin?

Just use standard Plugin overview page in WordPress admin section and deactivate it or rename plugin folder /wp-content/plugins/minor-improvements over FTP access.

Reviews

February 8, 2017
Really usefull, you don't need a lot of WP plugins. Just this one. Do you agree with me? 🙂 I'm open to any opinion, just open the ticket or whatever :-). -- Plugin Author Minor
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Contributors & Developers

“Minor Improvements” is open source software. The following people have contributed to this plugin.

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Changelog

1.4

  • Bugfix: No more unnecessary loading reCAPTCHA on the other pages
  • Bugfix: No more reCAPTCHA window over Clef waves (if you are using Clef plugin) on the login page

1.3

  • Warning: reCAPTCHA verification on the Add new comment form for logged in users has been removed
  • New: Language settings of reCAPTCHA is based on WordPress locale now
  • New: Default WordPress submit buttons are disabled until reCAPTCHA isn’t solved
  • New: Added reCAPTCHA for Resset password form
  • Bugfix: reCAPTCHA verification just on the standard WordPress pages (unmodified by plugins/templates)

1.2

  • Bugfix: reCAPCTHA will be required only If the form has been submitted

1.1

  • Bugfix: If you forget to disable some previous reCAPTCHA plugin
  • Update: Screenshots updated

1.0

  • New: Initial release!