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plugin scores

Description

This plugin retrieves the information on plugins and shows them in a widget on the dashboard page. The names of the plugins to show can be set
in an list under the plugin->myPlugins settings page.

If you want to share this table with your users that’s also possible.
Just include the shortcode [plugin_scores] somewhere in a page and there you go.

Screenshots

  • admin widget
  • myPlugin list

Installation

  1. Upload plugin-name.php to the /wp-content/plugins/ directory
  2. Activate the plugin through the ‘Plugins’ menu in WordPress
  3. Add the sluge names as used by the wordpress site to the settingspage.

FAQ

Why??

Why not? I like to be informed and there seemed to be an hidden api for this info.

my plugins all show zero’s

make sure the slug name is correct. It’s the name as used on the wordpress site, all lowercase and underscores replaced by dashes. (or so it seems)

Contributors & Developers

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

Contributors

Translate “plugin scores” into your language.

Interested in development?

Browse the code, check out the SVN repository, or subscribe to the development log by RSS.

Changelog

1.7

Some changes to the basic_plugin_class which, regretfully, isn’t allowed to have it’s own plugin anymore.

1.6

As I never noticed the requests for support in the wordpress forum I added a
column with the number of discussions there per plugin. Clicking on the
number brings you to the right page.
Also adjusted the language file

1.5

Fixed sime minor bugs

1.4

Code cleanup

1.3

Added translation support. For now there’s an extra dutch translation.
Other languages are of course appriciated. I used the “CodeStyling Localization” for my translation and it worked like a dream.

1.2

Fixed the timezone for the time shown under the table. The WordPress
timezone setting is used.

1.1

Added caching. The results are cached for half an hour. If you really want to change this time; it’s defined in the header of the plugin as
define(‘CACHE_TIMEOUT’,3060); Just change the 3060 (30 minutes times 60 seconds) in any time you want.

If for what reason you want to clear the cache manualy, just go to the settings page and hit save.

1.0

  • First release