I’ve been slowly working through my plugins on wordpress.org, updating them so that they no longer display the “This plugin’s old and may not work message”. Today, I noticed that the total downloads of my plugins on wordpress.org has reached 400,000.
This is a long long way behind WordPress SEO, but it’s 4/10ths of the way towards my goal of one million downloads.
The reason I looked was because I’d just updated my oik-css plugin, adding two blocks for the editor: CSS and GeSHi. They replace the shortcodes that I’d been using for many years and the blocks that I’d prototyped in oik-blocks and have been using to build my WordPress blocks reference.
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Allows internal CSS styling to be included in the content of the page.
January 30, 2020
P.S. I had to write this post using the classic block since I wanted to use an improvement to my bw_csv shortcode that now displays a Totals row if you ask it. I’ll be adding this new logic to my CSV block in the very near future. At which point I will have fun converting the block and seeing my shortcodes transform. I can’t wait!