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As @kero noted, your best option is to contact the developer and ask if they are open to including an appropriate hook - what you need is a filter to allow customization for the value of $allowed. However, barring that, one potential (albeit not perfect) solution is to ignore updates for the plugin. You can do that as follows: function filter_plugin_updates(...


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No, you don't need to escape hardcoded values. As I understand it, if the URL doesn't have an input via admin, it should be okay. Not necessarily. There's many more potential sources of potentially malicious (or just accidentally broken) output that need to be accounted for, such as: Translations. Query strings ($_GET) Cookies. WordPress filters. So ...


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I would change the CSS for that particular heading. Sth like this might help: h3.elementor-heading-title > a { copy style of .elementor-heading-title here; } If you have trouble finding the style in question, just ask here. :)


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If you are ok to use a plugin for this, I think WP CLient Reports is exactly what you are after. It can create periodical reports for you about plugin, theme or core updates, as well as post/pages updates, etc.


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I am from the Tutor LMS team. Please use the Help button our website to reach us. It is located at the bottom right corner. We will need to check your website configuration to find out and resolve the problem :)


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