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If your plugin is not in the official wp plugin repository, than add a small function in your plugin, that exclude it from the update routine. It is not helpful that WordPress search for a update or this plugin. The source below helps you. Include it in your plugin to deactivate the update check for your custom plugin, in topic performance and redundancy ...


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Do you need the "View Details" link? It shouldn't show up unless it's a WP hosted plugin. Could you just name the plugin whatever you want, but change it with JS in the admin function my_enqueue($hook) { if ( 'plugins.php' != $hook ) { return; } wp_enqueue_script( 'my_custom_script', plugin_dir_url( __FILE__ ) . 'changeName.js', array( 'jquery' ), '1', ...


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The code you are seeking for is located in the wp-admin/includes/class-wp-upgrader.php. There is a bunch of classes regarding all updates.


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Have you tried using the Wordpress admin panel to configure your auto-updates? You may have better luck there. It should be found under your "Dashboard > Updates". If you do not see it there, there is also the option of a plugin to help manage it for you: Automatic Updater for Wordpress


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Something like this should do the trick using JS to set the title on initial load of a new post. You will not need to differentiate between publish/draft etc. and you can let WordPress sanitize. function set_post_title( $post ) { global $current_user; if( get_post_type() != 'interviews' || $post->post_status != 'auto-draft' ) return; ...


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Open wp-content/plugins/unyson/unyson.php and decrease the version /** * ... * Version: 2.0.0 * ... */ Change here to return true; Add in {theme}/functions.php if (isset($_GET['test-auto-update'])) { add_action('init', function () { wp_maybe_auto_update(); }); } Open http://your-site.com/wp-admin/?test-auto-update=1 Check if the ...



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