A simple WordPress plugin that shows phpinfo() in a dashboard widget and in a shortcode.

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Usage

Using the shortcode

Simply type [phpinfo] in the body of a shortcode field when creating a post or page. You can also set it to output without css styles: [phpinfo output=table-nocss].

Changelog

1.0.2

  • Added additional escaping
  • Removed array output option from shortcode

1.0.1

  • Added escaping
  • Fixed text-domain declarations

1.0.0

  • Initial Release

A simple WordPress plugin for configuring a site to use a SMTP server to send email instead of the default PHP mail function.

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Simple SMTP Mailer

Why is this necessary?

When working in a development environment more than likely the PHP mail function is not going to work. I found that most of the SMTP plugins available on WordPress.org do way too much. This plugin does one thing and one thing only… Sends WordPress email using SMTP.

You can now easily test your forms in dev without installing a mail server!

Changelog

1.0.2

  • Replaced all PHP short tags

1.0.1

  • text-domain fix
  • Changed permissions from administrator to manage_options
  • Added options page link on plugins page
  • Updated the description

1.0.0

  • Initial commit