ThinkTwit Update 1.6.1

I’m pleased to announce an update to ThinkTwit to version 1.6.1 and the first update of 2015! There are some minor fixes and new features within this update, but I know of at least a handful of people out there that will benefit greatly from it.

Here’s a list of the changes:

  • Change use of “<?=” to “<?php echo” for older versions of PHP that may not have “short_open_tag” turned on
  • Fixed the uninstall process
  • Fixed an error when storing cache names but none have previously been stored
  • Made a small change to the widget form to simplify saving of widget settings
  • Added shortcut links to the plugin page (Settings, Support and Donate)
  • Added a redirect to Settings page after installation (or activation when consumer key or secret is missing)
  • Added a “Paused” option to “Update frequency” to prevent the cache from updating

As usual, if anyone has any feedback on this update or generally on ThinkTwit, or any feature requests – please get in touch!

About Stephen Pickett

Stephen Pickett is a programmer, IT strategist and architect, project manager and business analyst, Oracle Service Cloud and telephony expert, information security specialist, all-round geek. He is currently Technical 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, a 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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