AIOWPS Troubleshooting/Recovery Tips
Scenario: You are blocked or locked out and can’t get back in
Scenario: You are receiving loads of lockout emails even though you have hidden your login page
Scenario: MySQL server has gone away
Scenario: You are seeing a 403 forbidden error when you get auto-logged out of WordPress in some cases
Scenario: The plugin is showing the server or internal IP addresses instead of the visitor addresses.
Simple Ajax Chat
By Jeff Starr
The simplest possible persistent chat solution!
Simple Ajax Chat makes it easy for your visitors to chat with each other on your website. There already are a number of decent chat plugins, but I wanted one that is simple yet fully customizable with all the features AND outputs clean HTML markup.
Post SMTP is a next-generation WP Mail SMTP plugin, that assists in the delivery of email generated by your WordPress site. Post SMTP is the first and only plugin to support the latest security standards. With OAuth 2.0, there is no need to store your email passsword in the WordPress database where it might be found.
The Connectivity Test and intelligent Setup Wizard scan your SMTP server to detect firewall blocks and eliminate configuration mistakes. The built-in Email Log is an invaluable resource for diagnosing problems with emails. Even hosts that block the standard SMTP ports, like GoDaddy or Bluehost, can’t stop your email as Post SMTP can deliver via HTTPS if it can’t use SMTP.
Was using but with January 2020 update of WordPress — stopped sending mail. Testing other plugins. dag
Easy WP SMTP
By wpecommerce, alexanderfoxc
Easy WP SMTP allows you to configure and send all outgoing emails via a SMTP server. This will prevent your emails from going into the junk/spam folder of the recipients.
Easy WP SMTP Features
Send email using a SMTP sever.
You can use Gmail, Yahoo, Hotmail’s SMTP server if you have an account with them.
Seamlessly connect your WordPress blog with a mail server to handle all outgoing emails (it’s as if the email has been composed inside your mail account).
Securely deliver emails to your recipients.
Option to enable debug logging to see if the emails are getting sent out successfully or not.
Ability to specify a Reply-to email address.
Option to Export and Import the SMTP settings.
Temporary Login Without Password
Create self-expiring, automatic login links for WordPress. Give them to developers when they ask for admin access to your site. Or an editor for a quick review of work done. Login works just by opening the link, no password needed.
Using “Temporary Login Without Password” plugin you can create a self expiring account for someone and give them a special link with which they can login to your WordPress without needing a username and password.
You can choose when the login expires, as well as the role of the temporary account.
Really useful when you need to give admin access to a developer for support or for performing routine tasks.
Read this article to know more about what’s the Current Problem – Creating a Separate Admin Login for Outsiders (Devs/ Guest bloggers) and how to avoid this pain, Top Benefits of using this plugin & Why and Who need Temporary Login links.
WordPress LMS Plugin – LearnPress is a comprehensive WordPress LMS Plugin for WordPress, just like WordPress Moodle or Moodle for WordPress if you know what Moodle is. This is one of the best WordPress LMS Plugins can be used to easily create & sell courses online. Each course curriculum can be made with lessons & quizzes which can be managed with easy-to-use user interface. With this WordPress LMS plugin, you can quickly and easily create education, online school, online-course websites with no coding-knowledge required.
A WordPress Membership Plugin that’s a joy to setup and use
Setup a WordPress Membership Site in just four steps:
Add your PayPal address in the settings
Create a subscription plan
Use the [pms-register], [pms-account] and [pms-login] shortcodes for users to sign-up, manage their subscriptions and login
Protect the content on your site using the metabox found on each individual page, post or custom post type
Paid Member Subscriptions is an easy to setup and use WordPress Membership Plugin. You can start getting paid almost instantly.
Use the “Two-Factor Options” section under “Users” → “Your Profile” to enable and configure one or multiple two-factor authentication providers for your account:
Time Based One-Time Passwords (TOTP)
FIDO Universal 2nd Factor (U2F)
Dummy Method (only for testing purposes)
Passwordless Login is a modern way of loggin into your WordPress site without the use of a password.
Join the discussion here: http://www.cozmoslabs.com/31550-wordpress-passwordless-login/
This is how it works:
Instead of asking users for a password when they try to log in to your website, we simply ask them for their username or email
The plugin creates a temporary authorization token and saves it in a WordPress transient that expires after 10 minutes
Then we send the user an email with a link and the token
The user clicks the link and sends the authorization code to your server
The plugin then checks if the code is valid and creates the log in WordPress cookie, successfully authenticating the user.
Simple Divi Shortcode
By Fabrice ESQUIROL – Creaweb2b
Using this tool you will be able to embed any Divi Library item inside another module content or inside a php template by using a simple shortcode.
Avec cet outil, vous pourrez insérer n’importe quel élément de la bibliothèque Divi au sein d’un autre module ou au sein d’un template php par le biais d’un simple shortcode.
Frequently Asked Questions
PressForward is a free plugin that provides an editorial workflow for content aggregation and curation within the WordPress Dashboard. It is designed for bloggers and editorial teams who wish to collect, discuss, and share content from a variety of sources on the open web.
PressForward uses RSS and Atom feeds, and a bookmarklet, to aggregate content and then allows you to read, discuss, select, and republish items on your own WordPress site.
Here’s a list of frequently asked questions about the plugin:
Will PressForward aggregate all types of content?
Who can see my feed subscriptions?
Can I choose what to publish?
How does PressForward compare to other plugins?
Will PressForward work with my theme?
Can I change the way the item looks on my site?
Am I allowed to republish content created by other people?
How can I attribute content to the original author and source?
Can you point me to some publications that use PressForward?
Will PressForward work on a multisite or network site?
How often does PressForward refresh and check for more sources?
Why isn’t my site retrieving content from a feed?
Why do I see short excerpts from some articles and the full content of others?
Where can I find more extensive documentation?
Who built PressForward?
I’ve got a question not listed here. How can I get an answer?