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jspicher says

Hi guys, a new project l’m working on was rejected by the Code Canyon staff. The reviewer told me to run my plugin through “plugincheck WP plugin” to find errors in my plugin.

Can someone please tell me where l can find this plugin? All l found after googling was this: http://wordpress.org/extend/plugins/plugin-check/ It’s called Plugin-Check—and it reported no issues with my plugin.

Warm regards,

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rabidflash says

I too got the same feedback on my latest WP plug-in. Looks like a generic feedback. I’ve installed the plugin and the soft rejected item never had any problems with the plugin checker from the start.

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revaxarts says

You need the theme check plugin for the plugin check plugin

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corsonr says

Make sure to test your plugin with debug mode equal true in wp-config.php. You might have undefined var or something like that that plugin check cant see.

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jspicher says

Thank you all for the input. plugin-check does not work without theme-check so once l had both plugins installed and activated it worked well.

Both found here: http://wordpress.org/extend/plugins/plugin-check/ http://wordpress.org/extend/plugins/theme-check/ (for anyone with a similar problem).

corsonr, also thank you for your suggestion on using wp in debug mode. I think we’re not good to go!

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ashanjay says

Thanks for the info guys. I got the same email. For a second I thought these guys were addressing specifically to my plugin—just a mere generic email.

I tried the plugin-check with out theme-check and didnt work.

Along with WP_DEBUG also try this.
define('WP_DEBUG_DISPLAY', false); // Turn forced display OFF
 define('WP_DEBUG_LOG',     true); // this will log issues in wp-content/debug.log

Also another good plugin to test is Debug bar http://wordpress.org/extend/plugins/debug-bar/

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corsonr says

Thank you all for the input. plugin-check does not work without theme-check so once l had both plugins installed and activated it worked well. Both found here: http://wordpress.org/extend/plugins/plugin-check/ http://wordpress.org/extend/plugins/theme-check/ (for anyone with a similar problem). corsonr, also thank you for your suggestion on using wp in debug mode. I think we’re not good to go!

You’re welcome!

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