Validating wordpress

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Just treat verify License Exists() and other licensing functions as pseudo-code.) It’s been a long time coming, but I’ve finally released an external update API server for Word Press plugins and themes. This is the server component to my plugin update checker and theme update checker client a Word Press plugin that enables you report if the plugins that you’re using are working properly.

solves this by automatically marking plugins that have been active for a long time as working.That’s easy enough and you only need to do it once.Then, when you actually want to report a plugin as working or broken, you need to: Multiply this by the number of plugins you have installed and the number of plugin and Word Press updates, and you’ll see why most people don’t bother with it.I won’t include the license management code here because it’s beyond the scope of this post and built for that specific plugin, but the user interface looks something like this (click to enlarge): Now, how do we add our security token to each update request?You can do that by using the (Again, license management is beyond the scope of this post, so I’ve omitted most of the code that deals with loading and validating licenses.

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