Same problem with Hogash’s (2.3.6) version. Thanks for taking a look at it
I’m using FranklinM2’s version and have been noticed that plugins hosted at WordPress Repository and which need to be updated aren’t visible on “Install Required Plugins” page. Also no nag about newer version. But all is good with pre-packaged plugins. Any thoughts?
array( 'name' => 'Contact Form 7', 'slug' => 'contact-form-7', 'version' => '3.8.3', 'required' => true, 'external_url' => '' ),So current CF7 version is 3.9 and it isn’t visible and no message about update.
It’s common for all of us. I think it could be processed shortly
I also see a finger wanna press a magic “Make it incredible” button
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Can we include the script which will be initialized and used by plugins only? It doesn’t used in the theme while plugins aren’t connected, but it loads. For example, slider is used in the shortcodes, while “CPT” plugin is connected and for any other advanced options. It’s very bad if you have to duplicate the script and use different dependencies.
No one is against a stricter code moderation. It’s kindly great to improve our skill level.
The problem concerns just to plugins that will come with themes and have no relation to another themes. What is a sense to convert an options framework or shortcodes into a plugin? Bad code will never works properly regardless of whether a plugin is or embedded code and it will not reflects on the compatibility with other plugins. It’s a damn pain for customers/authors only. In any case, a buyer does not find any paid/free solution to get the functionality like in our demo if our “Custom Portfolio Plugin” (just for example) is crooked and I’m not even talking about the styles of specific design. “Lego” themes are not for TF in my opinion.