A couple of days ago a WP YouTube Lyte user asked me if Featured Video Plus and WP YouTube Lyte were compatible. It took me a day to find the answer (I first said “no”), but Featured Video Plus actually has a filter (get_the_post_video_filter) that allows one to override the code used to display the featured video. And after a bit of trial and error this is what I came up with;
This is going in AO 2.0.2 (out later today) and will in the future also be added to WP YouTube Lyte and WP DoNotTrack (both of which have a smaller reach).
If you’re a plugin or theme developer and want to warn your users as well (without blocking them), here’s the code I used (do change the translation-domain from “autoptimize” into one that is applicable to your plugin):
You are using a very old version of PHP (5.2.x or older) which has serious security and performance issues. Please ask your hoster to provide you with an upgrade path to 5.6 or 7.0','autoptimize'); ?>
In the latest Ghostdogradio radioshow there was one particular track which I immediately fell in love with; The Life Force Trio’s Alice, assumed to be a tribute to Alice Coltrane by The Life Force Trio (Carlos Niño & Dexter Story).
As Autoptimize only aggregates CSS and never adds any in and of it’s own and I was not too worried, but set out to investigate anyway (I’m curious like that). I soon foundsimilarreports of users that were not on Autoptimize and some people kindly copy/pasted their “infected” CSS on pastebin. A quick inspection showed no signs of abnormal things going on and I submitted the files as false positives on Clam AV’s site. This evening I got a (vague) automated mail from ClamAV confirming that my