A new version of WP-BlackCheck is out – once again. The changes are more or less just a few cosmetic fixes: Add counter for reported IPs Fix bar graph text issue New Webservice URL
It was quite a pleasant surprise when I checked my mails and found a message where someone offered help on my WordPress Plugin WP-BlackCheck: Taulant Ceka sent me the albanian translation, which I’m cheerfully adding to the current release. Enjoy.
Spam changed – mostly the trackback and pingback stuff started to get annoying – maybe a sign of the upcoming vacations? The situation on site here forced me to adapt my plugin. The changes so far: Fix of the Update Notifications Ineffective Traps have been removed Trackback/Pingback Checks improved
The last version had a small bug which I did overlook. However – it’s corrected now.
After having to suffer a nice spam attack against this blog serving about 3000 comments per hour, my Blacklist started to grow and I did wreck my braincells about some ideas on how to make my plugin a little more effective. But what’s effective at all? To be able to answer this question, I started to implement statistics […]
The new version of my Plugin just got committed and that’s the changelog: Update notification optional – you can switch nagging off Known Problems got renamed to FAQ E-Mail Notification for new Spam – a rather hackish solution for now, but works Style adaption