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It's Episode 588 and we have plugins for Frequent Buys, Mail Catcher, Buying Free Stuff, Freesoul Deactivating, Editing Elementor, Lazy Elementor... and ClassicPress Options. It's all coming up on WordPress Plugins A-Z!

It’s Episode 588 – We have plugins for Frequent Buys, Mail Catcher, Buying Free Stuff, Freesoul Deactivating, Editing Elementor, Lazy Elementor… and ClassicPress options. It’s all coming up on WordPress Plugins A-Z!

Get all the grisly Plugin details and full access to the complete show notes on our website! You can follow the show on Twitter at @wppluginsatoz, and join our Facebook at WordPressPluginsA2Z for the latest in WordPress Plugin related news - some we come across in-between shows, and some we talk about on our weekly show.

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John’s Intro:

It’s Episode 588 and we have plugins for Frequent Buys, Mail Catcher, Buying Free Stuff, Freesoul Deactivating, Editing Elementor, Lazy Elementor… and ClassicPress Options. It’s all coming up on WordPress Plugins A-Z!

– ‘good morning, good afternoon, good evening, wherever you happen to be hiding out there on the globe today! Coming to you LIVE from …’

Amber’s Rant:

Welcome to Episode 588 – Rolling The Dice with WordPress – WELCOME to the first LIVE show of 2023!! So far, a very interesting and exciting start to the year with the funky weather – is anyone else starting to feel just a little like they will need gills to breathe outside soon? The rain is falling so constantly that my front yard could be rented out as a mud wrestling pit!!

Remember: This is a Value for Value show, meaning any value you find here, offer that same value back! We accept all currencies including time and talent currency! Chocolate is always good too…

And don’t skip the end of the show – you never know what kind of amazing life altering advice you might catch!

A special note to all of our Listeners out there: What do you think about the way our show flows? Got an idea? Share it with us! Got a question? Don’t be shy about asking! If you have a question or an idea that will make this show better, don’t hesitate to chuck it at us – if we can’t catch it we will just duck.

…When you see this in the notes, this means we didn’t read this on the show, and that the only way to find this information out is to read our Show Notes!

…You can send any questions/suggestions or notes saying ‘hi’ over to me at, or hit up our site – Be creative with the title so that the spammer eater doesn’t eat your note though!

Let’s start the show with this weeks Featured Artist:

Artist: Angel Lemus —

DICE!!! WOOT!!! I lOVE DICE!!!!!!
We are still lacking in new art, however because of this we get to bring forth some amazing art that has not been seen for a while!

Feeling Inspired? Hit up our site at and submit some artwork of your own!

…We can NEVER have too much art!

Or check out allll the artwork at:

Breaking News in the WordPress World at large!!

…If I missed something, shoot me a link at – it may show up on the next show!

News this week:

WordPress Vulnerability Report – January 4, 2023 ( – There is a very long list of plugins that have had vulnerabilities fixed recently. Be sure to check that out!

The list we have for plugins with vulnerabilities this week is a good one, though not super long thankfully. The ones I recognize most easily are: WP Limit Login Attempts, Accordion Shortcodes, Social Sharing Toolkit, and EU Cookie law.

We have a lot of WordPress Themes with issues this week listed: Aidreform, Kingclub-theme, Footysquare, Spikes-black, Stratfort, Spikes, Club-theme, Soundblast, and Bolster.

Check out the link in our show notes so that you can see what specifically is going on with these plugins and themes.

ClassicPress at a crossroads, Directors consider re-forking WordPress ( – ClassicPress is currently polling its users to try and determine what next step should be taken for the software. The two options in the poll are: ‘re-fork ClassicPress using WordPress 6.0, or continue as is’.

There is an exploratory of WordPress 6.0 with the block editor removed on GitHub called WP-CMS, and could potentially become ClassicPress 2.0. The upside of re-forking like this is that ClassicPress would catch up to WordPress compatibility with PHP, and would open up more plugins and themes for users so that they could have 5.0 compatibility. Downside – it will take many months to accomplish this and would need to be maintained in terms of security for some time – my understanding is that it would need to be maintained rather carefully and watched closely, which would be hard to do with so few people available to do the work.

Regarding the other option doesn’t really seem to have any real upsides asides from keeping ClassicPress as Classic as possible – though there seem to be a lot of drawbacks: will take a while to catch up on PHP compatibility, backporting for WordPress is prioritized so new ClassicPress features may not happen, inability to catch up with WordPress features and functions, incompatibility with themes 5.0 and up.

The question driving this poll seems to this: ‘… is ClassicPress a pre-WordPress 5.0 or just WordPress without Gutenberg?’

Linux backdoor Malware targets WordPress sites with outdated, vulnerable Themes and Plugins ( – Researchers at Dr Web have discovered some seriously misbehaving malware from a Linux program; this malware is targeting outdated and vulnerable themes and plugins, and works by injecting JavaScript into said plugins and themes, giving them the ability to resell traffic or arbitrage. There is a worry that this script is giving them a long term ability to to give them administrative access even after users have updated the plugins and themes – creating a long term gain.

There are currently two versions known: Version 1 targets plugins like WP GDPR Compliance, Easysmtp, WP Live Chat and more. Version 2 seems to just be a different list on a different server targeting plugins like FV Flowplayer Video Player, Brizy Page Builder, WooCommerce, and more.

Awesome Motive acquires Duplicator Plugin ( – While the creators of the plugin are relinquishing control in order to pursue other endeavors, the rest of the team is apparently going to continue working under Awesome Motive – which hopefully means that Duplicator will not change overly much in any sort of negative way. It seems that the creators of this plugin may have sold the plugin with the caveat of them accepting their wish list for the future of the plugin – I really hope it works out and that this plugin so many of us know and love will be able to keep the same core of awesome! launches Newsletter Project ( – This appears to be a new product by WordPress for creating, personalizing, and sending out emails from your WordPress site. I’m not entirely sure how well this will work out since there are already sooooo many Newsletter plugins, though this is apparently adjusted to go with Gutenberg, for those who want to have a newsletter site, rather than an additional newsletter for their site to send to their subscribers.

Commercial and Community Categorization is live on Theme and Plugins ( – One of the things mentioned at State of the Word this last year, was an addition of new taxonomies for the theme and plugin directories in order to help users more easily search through them. Both Community and Commercial designations were made live a couple of weeks ago at the writing of this, though it seems the new classifications have not fully caught on. There is apparently a much broader version of these classifications to come, to be added into the site. It should be interesting to see what new classifications are to come, and whether or not they actually help or hinder – it has been my experience that sometimes, too many categories make it much harder to figure out what you are looking for.

Block Protocol Announces New WordPress Plugin Coming in 2023 ( – Block Protocol is a project that was launched earlier in 2022 with the goal of building a universal block system. Sometime soon they will be announcing their new WordPress Plugin that will allow users to embed interactive blocks compatible with Gutenberg. This should be an interesting development, I look forward to checking it out – although I also fear for the long term consequences of having globally accepted blocks through a plugin; what happens every time they patch something and/or update to keep up with one platform, to all the other platforms? How will changing something to work with one platform affect the other platforms?

WordCamp Europe 2023 speaker applications open, organizers call for more interactive sessions ( – WordCamp Europe 2023 is being hosted in Athens, with two conference days planned for June 9th and 10th. First day’s theme is ‘WordPress Now’ – meaning ‘everything that can currently be achieved with WordPress’, and second day’s theme is ‘WordPress Tomorrow’ – no meaning given, but I suppose the idea is to bring forth items and ideas for what might be in the future of what WordPress can do. Organizers are calling for speakers, with an emphasis on ’empower(ing) people to feel more comfortable using WordPress’. They are specifically looking for new voices with fresh perspectives. You can check out our show notes to find the link and sign up if you think this might be something you are interested in joining!

How to live off the grid as a techie ( – This is an interesting article that goes through the various ways you can give yourself electricity, save heat by doing things like building a tiny greenhouse off the southern side of your house, and water filtration methods. Everything explained is based off of these interesting ReGen Eco Villages that are popping up all over the Netherlands. If nothing else, it’s a great thing to go over in order to learn how to keep some power whenever your lights go out – at least enough power to save and close down everything you have open for work!

ClassicPress News:

…Our News Section really isn’t complete without ClassicPress News…

ClassicPress has released 1.5.0 which which brings full support for PHP 8.0., Image Lazy Loading, And More In v1.5.0  Read up on all the changes that come with the new version.

Remember to do your backup before you upgrade!!

ClassicPress is doing a Poll of its users to see where they want ClassicPress to go in the future.  They have given two options to vote on. Go check out the options and cast your vote!

ClassicPress has projects they are looking to have some support with.  They have a page with these projects listed and who the contact is for the project.  Check out the following page if you are using ClassicPress and are interested in helping them move forward!

They also have some petitions posted check them out!

…For some up to date news on ClassicPress check out the ClassicPress Blog.

The Extras – check out our Facebook, or Twitter page for even more!

…Here you will find news on tech in general, and some random things I think are pretty nifty! If you come across something you think should be added, send me a link at

Evernote has been acquired – here’s how its new owner can fix it! ( – Evernote was sold on January 3rd to an Italian Company called Bending Spoons. Could be good, could be bad – who knows? I haven’t updated my Evernote on my laptop in 4 years because I updated it regularly on my regular computer, and stopped about a year ago because I hated what they were doing. I so prefer my oldest version on my lap top – I still have my ‘sync’ button. I miss that so much on the newer version….

What to expect from AI in 2023 ( – After the recent launch of the OpenAI’s ChatGPT, we are looking at some pretty exciting things coming our way this year! Check out the link to find out more!

Microsoft ends Windows 7 extended security updates on Tuesday January 10, 2023 (

Hackers push fake Pokemon NFT game to take over Windows devices (

Malicious PyPi packages created CloudFlare Tunnels to bypass firewalls (

Chik-Fil-A investigates reports of hacked customer accounts (

Air France and KLM notify customers of account hacks (

VSCode Marketplace can be to host malicious extensions (

FCC wants telecom carriers to report data breaches faster (

…Some random entertainment in the World of WordPress!

…Matt’s Famous Quotes

…The hall of shame via Automattic:

Let’s have a peek at our Contests for this week…

Firstly we want to thank Simple Giveaways for being totally awesome and providing us with their Premium Version for our contests!

Secondly we want to thank Steve Goodtime & Brant Matthews for creating our amazing jingle we still use!!

And we want to thank Charlie for coming to our aid and rescue yet again with another fantastic contest!

Reminder to our winner of the last contest, David be sure to check your email! I sent you a new confirmation email in case you missed the first one over the holidays, but unless you respond we can’t pass on the prize!

Our Contest this week IS:

 Enter for your chance to win SweepPress – Unlimited Lifetime Agency Licence Giveaway valued at $459!

Powerful Database Cleanup Plugin for WordPress

SweepPress is an easy-to-use plugin for WordPress, built around 28 different Sweepers for database cleanup, support for WP-CLI and WP REST API, the ability to create sweep jobs that can include one or more sweepers, and that can be scheduled to run periodically, and other useful tools for database clean up and optimization.

Click HERE to visit SweepPress

…To Enter, head on over to and enter for your chance to win!…

Remember, this is YOUR show! We are just the Worker Bee’s here – Don’t be afraid to jump up and down and demand a turn at the wheel to help guide the show to where YOU want it to go!

That goes for all the Developers out there too – this is YOUR show! by supporting us with your Plugin donations you are helping to guide the show to where you want to see it go! A GIANT Thank You is owed to the Developers who have been supporting us this whole time, we honestly could not have even gotten this show started without you!

If any Developers out there listening right now are interested in adding to the show by donating a Premium License for our Contests, you can do so by going to!

Time to dive in to the meat and potatoes of plugin depravity!

WordPress Plugins


John’s Plugin

Frequently bought items

Requires:5.0 or higher
Compatible up to:6.4.4
Released:20 October 2022
Last Updated:01 March 2024
(0 star out of 5)

The Lowdown:

Used to indicate frequently purchased items by other users. Fully Responsive. All you need to do is add the shortcode to the single-product page.


You can use this shortcode to display products :


  1. Show frequently purchased items based on past data.
  2. It is based on machine learning
  3. Ajax Add to cart
  4. After add to cart redict to cart page

Rating 4 Dragons


Amber’s Plugin

Freesoul Deactivate Plugins – plugin manager and cleanup

Requires:4.6 or higher
Compatible up to:6.5.3
Released:13 June 2018
Last Updated:22 May 2024
(4.9 star out of 5)

The Lowdown:

I actually only found this because I noticed Freesoul’s Elementor cleanup plugin – though I have to say that this plugin is pretty fantastic!

This is a premium plugin, although the free version absolutely gives you everything you need to do basic maintenance on your site.

Once installed and activated, you go to the plugins dashboard under ‘Freesoul Deactivate Plugins’ on your left hand menu – here you can see every plugin you have activated, and where it is active. There is a guided tour you can take of the plugin which is very helpful in getting to know the basic menu items and what they do.

You can go through and deactivate each plugin on each separate page, post, or section of your site – and you are able to check out the effect of deactivating the plugins in each part you are testing out. You can see an information bar at the bottom of the preview page that tells you: number of plugins deactivated, number of database queries, initialization time of this page, page generation time, memory usage of this page. Thanks to just this little addition, you are able to see the difference you make on each separate area by deactivating plugins. I also like that unless you click ‘save changes’, what you see is not what others will see – you are seeing the testing, not the permanent changes.

There are a lot of things you can do with this plugin in the free version; before testing this plugin out, I had no idea that there was even an option to change the firing order of plugins – that was a bit of learning curve! There is also an area where you can import/export a list of your favourite plugins, and an option where you can ask it to tell you to suggest unused plugins for pages/posts/etc – makes it a lot easier.

I found this plugin useful for debugging, speeding up, and forcing plugins to play nicely by separating them. Amazingly helpful!

Rarely done for a premium plugin, but this plugin is just so useful in the free version alone that I am giving it a:

Rating: 5 Dragons


John’s Plugin

Mail logging – WP Mail Catcher

Requires:4.7 or higher
Compatible up to:6.4.4
Released:20 December 2017
Last Updated:16 January 2024
(4.9 star out of 5)

The Lowdown:
Logging your mail will stop you from ever losing your emails again! This fast, lightweight plugin (under 140 kb in size!) is also useful for debugging or backing up your messages.
Just install and activate, then all of your contact form emails will be logged and saved to your DB with no additional configuration required.
View and manage all your form submissions through the default WordPress interface. An email failed to send? With a single click you can resend the backed up email.
Send emails out directly from the WordPress interface. Also includes support for attachments.
Immediately find out if your contact form submission was successfully sent.

Rating 4 Dragons


Amber’s Plugin

Editor Cleanup for Elementor: clean up and solve plugin conflicts with the Elementor editor

Requires:4.6 or higher
Compatible up to:6.5.3
Released:20 December 2021
Last Updated:03 May 2024
(5 star out of 5)

The Lowdown:

The first thing to know about this, is that it needs the Freesoul Deactivate Plugins – Plugin manager and cleanup in order to work – though just the free version.

This plugin gives you the ability to disable plugins in the Outer Editor, Inner Editor, and the Editor Loading areas. A definition of each section is offered in the ‘details’ section on the WordPress site.

This plugin seems to be fairly straightforward, though when I was going through it I realized I wasn’t not entirely certain which plugins were actually utilized in Elementor – like Black Hole Bots; by deactivating this will I deactivate some of my security in general because that part of my site will no longer be secured by Back Hole Bots? To be safe, I simply left it on and moved onto other plugins I know aren’t used – like Dinasaur Game.

Trying this out on my Sandbox I did notice a difference in the loading up of Elementor. Enough to make a difference on my Sandbox, likely will make enough of a difference to really notice on a much busier site with a lot of content.

This is a completely free plugin, and works very well.

Rating: 5 Dragons

We Interrupt the Meat and Potatoes of Plugin Depravity Edition to bring you our Donations Segment and to thank our Producers!

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Thank you, now back to the Meat and Potatoes of Plugin Depravity Edition!

John’s Plugin

Buy One Get One Free for WooCommerce

Requires:6.1.1 or higher
Compatible up to:6.1.6
Released:06 January 2023
Last Updated:06 January 2023
(5 star out of 5)

The Lowdown:

Completely free and simple plugin to add buy one get one free offers to WooCommerce. No ads, no upsells.

This plugin adds an easy-to-use page to your WordPress admin that allows you to create and customize your own Buy One Get One (BOGO) offers.

Rating 4 Dragons


Amber’s Plugin

Lazy Load Control For Elementor – Remove the Lazy Load attribute from specific images in Elementor

Requires:4.6 or higher
Compatible up to:6.5.3
Released:06 January 2023
Last Updated:03 May 2024
(4.8 star out of 5)

The Lowdown:

This is an interesting plug and play type plugin; in order to choose ‘do not lazyload’, you change the option in the ‘edit area’ of the chosen widget in ‘Elementor Image Widget’ options, and choose ‘do not lazyload’.

I like the fact that you have to choose to use this for your images individually rather than turning it on and it going wild and doing this for every single image on your site.

I wasn’t really sure if it would actually do much, since as far as I understand using lazy load is supposed to compress and speed up your site. I personally did not really see much of a difference on my sandbox, although I would be interested to see how it works on a busier site full of content.

I would love to hear back from someone who has either tried this out, or will test it out on their busy site with a lot of content.

Rating: 3 Dragons



ClassicPress is at a crossroads right now, we aren’t sure whether or not they are going to stick around. It seems that either option they choose will have a lot of hard bumps ahead – I hope that they manage to keep ClassicPress going, that they become super strong and amazing like I know they can, and that they manage to keep that part of themselves that caused us to like them so much in the first place.

…A little about ClassicPress for those who aren’t sure: ClassicPress is WordPress frozen at version 4.9. Once WordPress moved to 5, they added in a whole lot of new folders, and the experimental additions to the Core started in earnest. ClassicPress is literally the Classic version of WordPress. A few plugins have been made over the years for just ClassicPress, though all Plugins compatible with WordPress 4.9 should work for ClassicPress.

To any ClassicPress user listening right now: I challenge you – yes YOU – to write a review of your favourite, or least favourite ClassicPress plugin, and send it into us! You can do so by hitting us up at!

…And feel free to add more to this section by reaching out to me at

ClassicPress Resource Section:

This information is like Fruit Cake! It doesn’t wither away and will still be good years down the road so it’s great for learning! Go and check this section out in our Show Notes if you have an interest!

…We have thrown some ClassicPress Resources in here for you – and they appear to have stuck like well cooked pasta! Glad you made it to this part of the notes since we only mention it lightly on the show – If we missed something, let us know!

…Learn more about ClassicPress 1.4.0 RC2:

…ClassicPress Tutorials on their site:

…ClassicPress’s “Must Have” Plugins List:

…ClassicPress Repository!! They now have 71 plugins (and counting!) available.

…WordPress Plugin Section compatible with ClassicPress:

Questions, Notes, and Feedback from our Producers out there:

…Send us your thoughts and opinions, but most of all send us your questions! No such thing as a stupid question people! I was new not too long ago, and I know how overwhelming it can be stepping into this world at this stage – I know for a fact that questions you have are the same questions others out there have!

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Stuff and reminders about Stuff:


Nothing new has been set out yet, it all depends on how moody our Island is going be this winter and how much snow/rain we get – no sense having a meetup if the main highway gets washed out again!

Keep an eye here for the next Meet Up, eventually we will get it going!


Remember you can check out our Show Notes on our site! There is extra information to grab up there that we don’t even speak out loud on the show!

Today’s Plugins we covered were:

John’s Plugins:

  • Frequently Bought Items – 4
  • Mail Logging – WP Mail Catcher – 4
  • Buy One Get One Free for WooCommerce – 4

Amber’s Plugins:

  • Freesoul Deactivate Plugins – Plugin Manager and Cleanup – 5
  • Editor Cleanup for Elementor: Clean Up and Solve Plugin Conflicts with the Elementor Editor – 5
  • Lazy Load Control For Elementor – Remove the Lazy Load Attribute from Specific Images in Elementor  – 3

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Q & A Time with Amber – Catch this info on our YouTube Channel

If you have questions you would like to have asked on the show, send them in to me at – let’s see if we can stump my dad!

  • When using FTP, I noticed that often times you will get a ‘target file already exists’ notification, even though you are uploading this file for the first time into an empty folder. I also noticed that more often than not, the source file is actually smaller than the target file – what is that about, and why does it happen?
    • Is choosing the option of ‘overwrite file’ the right option if both are the same file, even though the source file is smaller?
  • Why are some WordPress Admin Logins so freaking slow…? And how is it that the Admin Login is freaking slow, but the rest of the site is not – and once you make it into the Admin Dashboard Area, nothing there moves slowly either – why?

I have a couple more questions for my dad just after the closing credits, for those listening elsewhere, you will have to make your way over to the YouTube’s!

Questions asked after closing credits:

  • When making a full site backup in cpanel, you can choose the email that the backup completion notification is sent to. What reasons would there be for not receiving that notification for a site backup once the backup is complete?
  • When making a Sub-Domain through CPanel, it seems pretty straightforward for making it and transferring all the files over through PHPMyAdmin – at least for those who know what I am talking about. However, I am a little lost on separating the sub domain from the main domain – how do you do that? Why do you do that?

One more time for the ways to contact us!

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(Especially art if you enjoy drawing – no matter what age!)

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