• Tested on two installs. Verified by our developers.

    Does not work.

    Best of luck with development on this plugin.

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  • You should not make deliberated comments because your developers are those that do not work. The plugin works. I will show you an example:

    Insert this piece of text into a page, publish it and then load the page

    [insert_php] echo ‘The plugin is working’; [/insert_php]

    Well, theyve been my developers for 10 yrs and out company grows every year.

    So it is not our fault your plugin is not working.

    It’s your install so yes you can get anything to work with some customization.

    We test on a fresh install with no other plugins and same result.

    If you get this plugin to work, then there is some other type of customization, etc going on behind the scenes without a doubt.

    Moderator Jan Dembowski

    (@jdembowski)

    Forum Moderator and Brute Squad

    *Looks. Installs plugin and tries plugin. Works fine.*

    Nope, sorry. I don’t even like the idea behind this plugin because I think that executing arbitrary PHP like that in posts is unwise. That said, the plugin works as written.

    You may want to speak with your developers again, they don’t seem to know what they’re talking about.

    *Looks some more*

    @rockethead2 It appears your reviews can be summed up with the following words: “Does not work for me. You’ve left 16 reviews like that (I stopped counting after 16) and you don’t bother to raise a support topic.

    Either a lot of plugins have problems, or it might be an issue with your site.

    Now, you are free to leave whatever 1 star review you like. But people do read them and your habit of leaving terse 1 star reviews won’t dissuade people from using these plugins.

    @jan Dembowski,

    Did you ever consider that there are many unqualified plugin developers? Food for thought. Probably a good reason for our comments.

    Also, you,as well as most developers, seem to subscribe to the ideology of testing a plugins functionality against an install with no plugins.

    We all know every wordpress site will utilize other plugins. A plugins functionality should be tested against its ability to work with other plugins (in general, as testing with every plugin is not possible). Just because a plugin “works” on a naked install, does not mean it “works” 100%. It can still be poorly coded and cause a conflict with other plugins. Therefore, it does not work 100%.

    We factor this into our tests. So maybe your should consider the fact that not every developer on the repository is a good one. We spend more time exposing bad plugins than utilizing good ones, and its a growing epidemic in the wordpress community.

    So instead of expending energy criticizing someone like me, who has nothing to do with the devleopement of bad plugins, why doesn’t wordpress put more effort into somehow reducing the number of bad plugins.

    We stand firmly behind our results and comments and will continue to follow this path.

    In addition, we provide info to a lot of blogs reviewing plugins and dissuaded thousands from using bad plugins. We are also thinking of starting a master list of bad plugins. I can assure you we can dissuade a lot more people than we already are. The comments here are inconsequential to our other efforts.

    @jan Dembowski

    Also, these comments do not belong to me. Wrong person.

    *Looks. Installs plugin and tries plugin. Works fine.*

    Nope, sorry. I don’t even like the idea behind this plugin because I think that executing arbitrary PHP like that in posts is unwise. That said, the plugin works as written.

    You may want to speak with your developers again, they don’t seem to know what they’re talking about.

    *Looks some more*”

    Moderator Jan Dembowski

    (@jdembowski)

    Forum Moderator and Brute Squad

    Also, these comments do not belong to me. Wrong person.

    Those were my obviously my comments in this post.

    Doesn't work [confirmed]

    Also, you,as well as most developers, seem to subscribe to the ideology of testing a plugins functionality against an install with no plugins.

    Not at all! Please do not put words in my mouth. But when you have a setup where plugins routinely don’t work, then you may want to (again) consider that the problem you are having may be with your setup.

    Are you assuming that when plugins don’t work for you it must be the plugin’s fault? That’s usually not the case.

    You seem to have a lot of problems with plugins. Instead of just leaving unhelpful 1 star reviews, instead consider leaving good feedback. These articles may help you do that.

    https://pippinsplugins.com/how-to-leave-a-good-bad-review/
    http://chrislema.com/theres-wrong-way-give-plugin-feedback-wordpress-org/

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