Support » Plugins and Hacks » PHP Code Widget » [Plugin: PHP Code Widget] Typo on FAQ page isn't very comforting

  • Clifford Paulick

    (@cliffpaulick)


    I just found your plugin and I appreciate your contribution to the community.

    I read your FAQ page talking about the plugin having no errors, partially because it’s such a simple, straight-forward plugin. I assume you are correct, but I would like to suggest that this:

    “execphp,php” file are errors

    be corrected to have a period instead of a comma for “execphp,php”.

    If you say the plugin has no errors because it’s so simple but then you have a typo — comma instead of period, which is simple — that’s not as convincing.

    Just trying to help. If there’s a reason it should be a comma instead of a period, please let me know.

    Thanks again for your contribution to the community. I hope you appreciate mine too.

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  • Plugin Author Samuel Wood (Otto)

    (@otto42)


    The plugin has no errors. It’s a copy of the built-in text widget with a slight modification to allow PHP code to execute.

    TechDaddyK

    (@techdaddyk)


    +1 to both cliffpaulick and Otto. The typo isn’t comforting, but the plugin appears to work just fine.

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