ThinkTwit Update 1.5.2

A ThinkTwit update is long overdue – I’d like to announce some changes I have recently made that overhaul the debugging output as well as another feature that has been discussed back and forth with an avid ThinkTwit user for sometime – thanks to Jeffrey Granger (weightlossexercisediet.com) for his usual tireless assistance!

  • Big improvements to debugging:
    • Amended debug output to add the frequency of updates and use of no caching
    • Put the messages in order of how they appear in the widget menu
    • Now output actual menu options names and values rather than system values
    • Added formatting to aid identifying option names
  • Removed a potential security vulnerability that could allow an unauthorised user to write to the images folder
  • Added a setting to allow the default style sheet to be turned off

About Stephen Pickett


Stephen Pickett is a programmer, IT strategist, project manager, RightNow and telephony expert, information security specialist, all-round geek. He is currently Professional Services Director at Connect Assist, a social business that helps charities and public services improve quality, efficiency and customer engagement through the provision of helpline services and CRM systems.

Stephen is based in south Wales and attended Cardiff University to study Computer Science, in which he achieved a 2:1 grading. He has previously worked for Think Consulting Solutions, the leading voice on not-for-profit fundraising, Fujitsu Services and Sony Manufacturing UK as a software developer.

Stephen is the developer of ThinkTwit, a WordPress plugin that allows you to display multiple Twitter feeds within a blog.

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