Disable Updates Manager Error

I recently got a support topic on WordPress that said that: Got new warning issue on plugin listing page of wordpress , when I enable the “disable plugins individually” option and go to plugins page it shows below warning once in between listing (may be after row of current blocked update plugin which has update available)

“Warning: call_user_func_array() expects parameter 1 to be a valid callback, class ‘Disable_Updates’ does not have a method ‘plugin_unblock_link’ in D:wampwwwmyWpSitewp-includesplugin.php on line 470”

I would like to let you know that I am working on fixing this problem. You can view this on GitHub.

This should be released in the next days. It will be posted here when it is fixed.

Have a good day!

How to add Beautiful Screenshots to Your New WordPress Plugin

Lately I have been noticing that most plugins have a screenshot tab but no screenshots. First of all, if this is one of your plugin, you should do something about it. I would suggest two things. Thing one would be that if your plugin doesn’t need screenshots don’t put the screenshot page up in your readme.txt. The second thing would be to add screenshots.

Adding screenshots to you WordPress plugin is easy. This quick blurb that I found explains it very well.

== Screenshots ==

1. This screen shot description corresponds to screenshot-1.(png|jpg|jpeg|gif). Note that the screenshot is taken from
the /assets directory or the directory that contains the stable readme.txt (tags or trunk). Screenshots in the /assets
directory take precedence. For example, `/assets/screenshot-1.png` would win over `/tags/4.3/screenshot-1.png`
(or jpg, jpeg, gif).

2. This is the second screen shot

For more readme.txt help, view this helpful page.

Have a good day adding screenshots!

Thanks for Your Help with Disable Updates Manager 4.1.0

First of all, I would like to thank the contributors that help me with version 4.1.0 (GitHub pull requests were much appreciated).

This is a ground breaking version because Disable Updates Manager is the first plugin that allows you to configure all the updates settings. Not only that, but Disable Updates Manager 4.1.0 includes a new feature to disable themes individually, which is a very helpful feature that is hard to find. We added a video tutorial (which is below) to help you figure this out along with updating the screenshots.

In Disable Updates Manager 4.1.0, we went all out to fix up the code for you. Not only did we make the code look nicer, but we also added some code (many thanks to our contributors again).

Have a great day!

Note: This version works with WordPress 3.9.1!

[youtube https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jPHyG2YYeo4&w=560&h=315]



Support for Plugins

We would like you to know that their is many ways to get support for Websiteguy’s plugins. We are trying are best to make you have the best experience possible with our plugins.

For starters, you can always use our support forum on WordPress. This is ideal for us if you just have a simple issue (error, not working!?! , etc.).

If you want to add some code or have any suggestions about code and how to edit it, then we would prefer that you use our GitHub repository.

If you have any personal issues (contributor, login into my site, etc.) then you can contact us on our contact page.

Hopefully this will help you with any support issues you are having.

Have a great day!

Working on Disable Updates Manager 4.1.0

Just wanted to give you guys a sneak preview on what’s going to be in Disable Updates Manager 4.1.0. I has been working on it for almost over 2 weeks with some help for my new contributor.

In the next version their will be a new way to disable plugins individually along with a way to disable themes individually. Also their will be the major code clean up that I was promising to do. This will include some internal changes.

For the 4.1.0 beta, go to our GitHub repository.

Version 4.1.0 will be released soon. For more up to date information on that, you can follow are blog by going to the widget section above and clicking follow.

Have a great day!