I agree. Not only is this annoying on my own site, but I also have clients that are blowing me up asking if their site has been hacked. Please remove at once!!
For everyone that find it just as annoying as me, there is a quick solution:
- Navigate to your plugin folder: ‘wp-content/plugins/postpage-specific-custom-css’
- Open the file ‘post-page-specific-custom-css.php’
- Navigate to line 78: add_action( ‘admin_notices’, [ $this, ‘adminNotices’ ] );
- Commentarize this line
- Save file
Thank you for that, it saved me from uninstalling the whole plugin. I don’t mind plug-in authors asking for support or reviews (I even left one myself because of the notification), but two things I couldn’t tolerate:
1) Non-admins saw this message
2) The message was not dismissable
I see now that the plugin is deactivated awaiting scrutiny of some kind. Maybe because of this?
Yes, it is because of this. I already fixed it, but WP team gave me some additional advices. New version should be ready today and I’m not sure how long will it take for the team to review.
I’m very sorry for inconvenience, I have not received such signals in the past year
Thank you for your reply. As you are the author of the plugin, I think you are in your right to add a notice for support or donations. But the way it was configured was really annoying as it was not dismissable. I hope you understand.
Looking forward to the new version so I can remove my change.
Yeah, of course it was annoying – didn’t test it that much I should.
Last year noone said something is wrong, so I totaly forgot about it and… well, it is, what it is.
I fixed that (withe few minor tweaks and new small option as well), awaiting WP team review at this moment. I also believ, that in the “Development” tab it is possible to download other versions – including newest 0.2.2 – in the /tags directory
Very sorry for everyone once again
New version arrived and now it’s open.
It has one new feature and now it’s possible to remove the notice, sorry once again.