Brus: This is the highest rated one it seems
Durke: Ratings aren’t as important as 1 last update date and 2 the author’s engagement on the support tab, IMO
Wittenborn: Well that one seems good
Perreault: 3 weeks old but still good ratings
Hagon: Yup. just saying that ratings aren’t everything. ON something that moves as fast as facebook, a good release history is important
Dramis: Yah plugin author is on the page too
Lawhon: Seen comments from 2 weeks or less
Layfield: Ive used plugins that are good that havent been updated in 2 years, and hardly any ratings
Layfield: Ifit works it works ;
Springe: Anyone know of any good “captcha” plugins that will add captcha to the registration form and comments form but only when the user is not signed in?
Reavis: Jfive: use zero spam instead
Yeropoli: Jfive: WordPress Zero Spam – https://----escape_autolink_uri:a03ded6cd97ffffa8f7b4e1454f3eecc----.org/plugins/zero-spam/
Springe: Oh yes this was mentioned in here yesterday and i meant to check it out
Dodgion: Probably mentioned by me
Springe: Sterndata: yes i think so haha
Springe: Any idea how it works?
Springe: Does it put hidden inputs on the forms that bots fill out?
Mielcarz: It links to here: wordpress.html">http://smallbiztrends.com/2014/11/free-facebook-plugins-for-wordpress.html
Degroff: Is there a fancy way to detect duplicate meta values for a given meta key across a specific post_type?
Scheeler: That is what I used sterndata
Ritch: But the darn stuff just does not work in IE
Shabazz: BOGO: what is what you used?
Harton: It just shows a black bar
Vilcheck: On the page I linked to here, www.asylum.rocks
Moesch: I used the first FB plugin on the site you sent me too
Keasey: It shows fine in chrome
Mccandrew: Just a black bar IE the border
Haste: OK. you understand I am not responsible for these plugins? So you need to figure out if iit’s something you’re doing.
Kalinski: Disable ALL plugins other than the one in question and change to the twentyfifteen theme. Does the plugin work?
Tarallo: If so, turn things back on one at a time until you find the conflict.
Merriam: I dont have that theme on here
Ater: Any of the official WP twentyxxxx themes will do
Kiefel: Only have the one I am using
Mishar: GEEZ, upload the frakking theme.
Fromberg: Upload twentyfifteen and do the “first” test to test for confllicts
Streitenberge: Bogo: Please attempt to disable all plugins, and use one of the default Twenty* themes. If the problem goes away, enable them one by one to identify the source of your troubles.
Crosland: You should always leave one of the default themes in case soemthing bad happens to your theme
Menousek: Yah I know but I didnt
Bolado: Sorry, that was too fast. I don’t believe you tried it.
Robnett: Anyone know, performance-wise, what it the best choice of a WordPress membership plugin?
Mckennon: No i tried it before you talked
Fashaw: You used the twentyfifteen theme? Really?
Loe: Anyhow, I’ve got other stuff to do today. some unpleasant CiviCRM stuff I’ve been putting off so I guess I should get started on that.
Borromeo: Any recommendations on what someone can do from the perspective of being an admin on multiple sites and wanted to easily keep track of all customer wordpress sites + their domain registration and everything else?
Michalec: Any software for this outside of notepad :