Support » Plugin: Limit Login Attempts Reloaded » Does the new version have to be it’s own menu item?

  • Resolved 121940kz

    (@121940kz)


    On sites that have many plugins, it seems that they all think they need to be their own menu item. Can we have an option to let it be under the settings again? It seems like it adds to the clutter on the side bar in my opinion. Thanks

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  • Hi I was about to report the same thing… why??

    Seriously, it was obviously the best way to put it inside Settings menu. Any reason for that changement?

    Agreed, this recent change is completely unnecessary.

    Can you please revert this latest change so that LLA goes back into the Settings menu? The plugin is great overall but I don’t understand this latest change…

    Plugin Author wpchefgadget

    (@wpchefgadget)

    Hi guys,

    This will be fixed soon.

    Regards,
    WPChef Team

    This is a plugin we are supposed to install, set and forget. We don’t need to access the settings page every day. So i also can’t understand the reason for the relocation of the menu item to the top level (with double size of a normal item). I think it was great so far under the settings menu. 🙁

    EDIT: I saw your response after i posted my comment 🙂

    • This reply was modified 1 month, 2 weeks ago by  kpapamanos.

    Glad to hear that @wpchefgadget 🙂

    I was also scared after the update.
    (+1) I hope it will be reverted in few days.

    Also, this is just my opinion so maybe it’s only me, but it would be nice to be able to add additional email addresses to have the alerts sent to. The “admin” emails are ok but on many sites that I manage, i let the owner be the admin listed in the wordpress General Settings. I would like to know when people are trying to get into the system, but instead the emails go to the admin and they get freaked out that someone is trying to get in. Instead i would like to have a text area where i can add additional email addresses.

    Right now i just add myself to it manually in the php function below

    public function notify_email( $user ) { …. }

    @wpchefgadget Yes please!

    Thank you.

    Agreed. One of the things I liked about this plugin in contrast to other login limiter and security plugins is that its settings page was placed under the settings menu.

    I think the same, this recent change is completely unnecessary.

    Plugin Author wpchefgadget

    (@wpchefgadget)

    Hi guys,

    We have uploaded a new version of the plugin with this issue fixed.

    @121940kz this is scheduled, thank you.

    Regards,
    WPChef Team

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