Tag: plugin

Private Bitbucket Repositories

A new update to GitHub Updater reorganizes the Settings page.
Now the individual user enters their Bitbucket username and password. They must have at least Read privileges for each private Bitbucket repository. The next section of the Settings page has a checkbox for identifying private Bitbucket repositories.
This setup should allow developers to add clients as Read-only users to their private repositories and have the client able to update as the repository updates.
This should be a substantial security improvement as it no longer exposes the developer’s Bitbucket password to the client. As always, please create an issue if there are any problems or if you have any ideas for improvement of GitHub Updater.

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Add Custom Header Images

After using this plugin for quite a while I decided to refactor it and submit it to the WordPress Plugin repo. I figured maybe someone else might find it useful.
What the plugin does is add all images that have been uploaded to a page titled The Headers to the header image array and allows for the selection of any of them or a randomized selection via the Customize > Header Image menu on the front end of the site.
First the plugin removes any of the default header images, if present, and then adds all the images that have been uploaded to The Headers page as the new header images. If you don’t have a page named The Headers then the plugin will not activate. The Headers may be a private page.
The idea for the plugin came from the article written by Julio Biason who was inspired by wpti.ps.

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