I added a whole new SHAREABLE Widget to my old TERRIBL Plugin. Now it’s even easier to share a link to your site. Check out my Shareable Link at the top of the left sidebar.
This new SHAREABLE Widget features customizable styles and easy-to-copy link code that others can put on there site. It also tracks Impressions and Click Through stats just like the the old TERRIBL Widget.
Check it out and lit me know how you like it. I’m always open to new ideas.
Now you can place your choice Comments on any Page or Post using a Shortcode.
This would display 1 random Comments with the Karma Value of 0 under the heading Random Testimonial
This would display your 8 most recent Comments with the Karma Value of 100 under the heading Client Testimonials
Please Let me know if have any questions, comments, or suggestions.
I wrote this little Widget for my Anti-Malware Pligins’ site, GOTMLS.NET. I get so many wonderful testimonials via comments from my … and I wanted to display some of my favorites in the sidebar. I’ve release this little Testimonials Widget on the WordPress Repository because I didn’t see any other plugin that did this simple task.
Just set the Comment Karma on your favorite comments then set the Karma value in the Widget settings to match. Otherwise this plugin just queries all the comments with the default Karma of 0.
I plan on adding a few more features when I have time but the idea here is to keep it simple: Display some rotating comments as Testimonials.
Let me know what you think in the comments.
This Blog is one year old today. Now I can use the SMALY Widget that I wrote for the SHH Blog on this Blog. You can see links to my one-year-old posts on the sidebar under “THIS TIME LAST YEAR”.
I released the new scan engine in version 1.2.10.05 today. This is the scan process that I’ve had available as a BETA for a couple months but it was not ready for release until now. It take longer because it breaks the scan into smaller processes that complete independently of the scan initiation process. This has a better success rate (especially on server with lots of files or minimal memory) and allows for better error handling.
So there are now two types of scans:
- Quick Scan – Good for small file systems, fast servers, or sites that have post restriction.
- Complete Scan – Good for large file systems, servers with irregular permission issues, or low memory allocation.
The Automatic Fix process and File Viewer have been improved too. It loads nicer now and you can move this new pop-up window around on the page :-).
Please give me feedback on these new features and scan options.
I changed this Widget to help spread the word and stop CISPA, the internet government surveillance system, before it becomes US law. This new form has your Senators’ phone numbers and an email form to let them know how you feel about this issue.
Keeping this plugin cutting-edge with new features and up-to-date with the latest definitions for removing new threats is a lot of work. Please make a donation to support my continued development and enhancement of this plugin.
via New Scan Process for Large Filesystems in BETA Release 1.2.07.30 – GOTMLS.NET.
Well, this Plugin has been out for three months now and has been downloaded over 7,200 times. I’ve received loads of great comments and email about how well it has done removing real threats from people’s servers. However, some people have had trouble getting it to do a large scan on servers without much memory. I have tried many different way of around this but there seems to be no easy way around this problem on some servers.
So, I have decided to take a different approach. I have started rewriting the scan engine and breaking down the scanning process into multiple executions of smaller processes. This will make for a more accurate progress bar, allow for better error handling, and run more efficiently on servers without much memory. So far I have stayed clear of charging out right for this plugin but, to be perfectly honest, I need to start getting more financial support for all the work I am putting into this project. I don’t want to turn anyone who need help away because of their inability to pay. However, I have a family to support and this project doesn’t pay the bills (but I believe it can). If everyone who has registered donated $12 dollars then I could devote myself to this project full-time and everyone will benefit from better protection for their site. I know some of you cannot do this but others can donate even more. Think of how much this plugin is worth to you and donate accordingly.
I will be contacting all of you who have registered, asking for your support, over the next month or so. I feel certain we can make this project a success without blocking access to those who don’t have the means to pay. I’ve already gotten a fair few donations from ecstatic voluntary donors. One such donor I’d like to mention is Graeme Morris of socialidentitydesign.com who not only gave a generous donation but also designed my new Gravatar/Logo. He said: “Your plugin really saved my site, I really want you to develop it more.”
Thank you all for your generous support!
via I need your help! – GOTMLS.NET.
I just release version 1.2.06.10 of my adSense Widget with a huge new feature. You can now view your adSense Analytics right on the dashboard. I integrated OAuth2 into the Dashboard Widget so you can securely generate graphs of your adSense statistics.
I signed this petition on fightforthefuture.org and still thought “What else can I do?”. So I created a widget for WordPress to put on my blog so that visitor to my site could sign the petition too. Now you can join the fight against SOPA by signing this internet petition right here on my site (at the bottom of the page). Plus, if you have a WordPress site, you too can install this petition widget from WordPress.org.
Help me spread the word and crush internet censorship legislation in America!