I was just recently at Wordcamp Phoenix 2014 and saw some really exciting talks. After spending a whole 3 days learning new things about WordPress and discussing it’s uses with others, I was inspired to re-visit Secure Hidden Login and give it a well needed update.
Secure Hidden Login v1.0.0
I’m proud to say that Secure Hidden Login v1.0.0 has been released. I’m dedicating this version to my beautiful girlfriend, Bernice. Actually, Bernice is the one that hit ‘Enter’ on the svn commit to release the new version of the plugin. I am sure I am not the first one to have their girlfriend push the button for a plugin release. She’s very happy that she’s with a bit of a ‘nerd’ and I hope that someone reading this is inspired and goes out and meets a nice girl like Bernice. By the way, we met on eHarmony so check it out.
The future of Secure Hidden Login
Looking to the future, my plan for v1.1.0 is to either add my own CAPTCHA or integrate an existing plugin. Right now, Secure Hidden Login should fail gracefully when a CAPTCHA plugin is present on the login page. This has been tested specifically with SI CAPTCHA but that’s not exactly the best solution.
Updated to v1.0.1 to fix some bugs!
As always if you have any questions about Secure Hidden Login, you can ask on my Contact page.
I’ve updated WordPress to 3.5 (currently in beta 3) on apexad.net. I’ve done this mostly to test out Secure Hidden Login, and it looks like it should be compatible. I have not found any issues with it at all yet.
I’ve also switched my theme to ‘Twenty Twelve’ (from a modified version of ‘Twenty Eleven’). In honor of this theme change, I’ve also uploaded a new header from one of my favorite images on the web. It’s Sunny Leone in a Green Bay Packers bikini.
Also, on a side note, this post is in the Babes, News, Packers, and WordPress Plugins category of my site. By far the most categories a single post has ever been able to get put into.
Update – now updated wordpress to 3.5.1
It’s great to see WordPress 3.5 (and now 3.5.1 out in the wild). With the combination of the Jetpack plugin, Wordpress is really pretty amazing out of the box now.
I just updated Secure Hidden Login to v0.2 which fixes some bugs and also adds color options to the buttons. this was done as a bit of a celebration…
I’m attending Wordcamp in Las Vegas! Hopefully I will learn something useful for my current plugin and future plugins I will create. Anyone else at 2012 Wordcamp Las Vegas? Let me know!
So, it’s official, I am a WordPress Developer! Today, I finally got around to getting Secure Hidden Login listed on wordpress.org
You can download it here:
Secure Hidden Login For WordPress
Creating my first ever WordPress plugin has been very fun. I’ve already had to release a bugfix release (v0.1.1). I’ve also released a second version (v0.2) that added some customization (button colors). I will continue to release and support this plugin with new features and fix any bugs that are found.
I figured that I probably should put another update in this post. I’ve made a lot of changes to the plugin, and it’s now at v 0.5.1 (I skipped v0.4 and had to fix a bug someone found in v0.5). You can change colors and select from multiple different login activation modes now. Check it out!
While it’s not my goal to turn this into a complete and comprehensive security plugin (I’d like to keep it related to invalid login attempts), I will continue to improve it further and further. In time, it may wind up being among the top Security plugins.
Lastly, remember to support my work and donate!
Look, I am not cynical or heartless. I am sad for the families that lost loved ones during this horrible tragedy in New York City. I’m not a 9/11 ‘truther’ because I simply have not done the research on it. However, in the end I don’t think it matters. What’s happened to our country post 9/11 is what matters:
- More War
- More Debt
- More Killing of innocent people
- More taking of our civil rights
This is no day to celebrate. This is a day to wake up and realize that lies and propaganda keep us at war. We simply can’t keep doing this forever. It’s time to forget about the past, and look to the future. It’s time to bring our troops home. All of them.
…and in other news my Pool League starts back up today after a week off. I’m excited, and leaving right after I finish writing this.
This site is the home of Alex ‘apexad’ Martin. It’s a test bed for themes, plugins, and super secret projects being developed for WordPress. It’s also a place for random thoughts. The categories that will be used are as follows:
- News – for general news about the site or my life.
- Apple – for talking about Apple Products I own or would like to own.
- Archive Post – for posts that were on older versions of apexad.net that I am brining back.
- Babes – for posts relating to babes/models/actresses/female athletes/singers/etc…
- Packers – for when I post about the greatest (american) football team ever.
- Pool League – for when I post about my adventures in the APA (American Pool-players Association).
You can also read more on the About
In case your wondering, the logo text is zombie checklist and the theme is based on this free wordpress theme.