Support » Plugin: WordPress Filter » [Plugin: WordPress Filter] WordPress Filter doesn't work with WP 3.0

  • This plugin seems to have been abandoned by the developer for 6+ months and does not work with WP 3.0 based on my experience and others I read.

    I want a plugin like this! Will updated if I find anything else, have searched and not found anything like it.

    If you have a solution for auto-filtering and selecting categories based on keywords in a post, please contact me!

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  • Plugin Author mattwalters


    Don’t go jumping to conclusions. I haven’t dropped support of the plugin. I haven’t had a chance to test it on WordPress 3+.

    Just because a plugin hasn’t seen an update in 6+ months doesn’t mean it is no longer supported. It could just mean that it’s not broken or the developer hasn’t had any features to add to it.

    It does sound like some folks are reporting problems here and there in 3.0 so when I have time I’ll test it and if needed, release an update for it.

    Don’t mean to jump to conclusions. Having tested on several different blogs I can tell you that it does not work on WP 3.0 as-is.

    Good to see you are committed to supporting this plugin, it’s a great concept! Forgive me, I am anxious to see it working again.

    Hi – I figured out a fix. I prepended “maybe_” to every instance of “serialize(” and “unserialize(“, and it worked for me.

    If someone wants to fix this plugin “correctly”, here’s the discussion of how to properly do so:

    Defineltly works in 3.1.3 when you add the maybe_unserialize( for all instances of unserialize( in the wp-filter.php file.

    Thanks!! Katie for the great update on that!

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