Lately folks have been raising the alarm that passwords and content can be removed from PDFs. Unfortunately, this just isn’t news. When was the Internet a safe place to store or share documents? What does a PDF have in common with NASA, the Pentagon, Nasdaq, and most credit card companies? They are all demonstrably hackable.… continue reading?
The Little Package free wordpress.org plugins are back up! The delay between when they were put back up and now should tell you just how buried I am. Thank you to my new friends who provided help with this – you know who you are! It turned out the funnel from wordpress.org to my paid… continue reading?
I’m getting too many emails about this to answer them all, sorry. Hopefully I can answer you here. I write and maintain Wordpress plugins for a living. For ~8 years I have also provided and supported free plugins on the side. I provide two plugins in the free (open-source) Wordpress.org plugin repository, both of which… continue reading?
WooCommerce Gift Wrapper 4.0 is finally here and it sure does a lot more! Your product gift wrapping needs are now better covered, and the plugin even more extensible for Wordpress developers looking for a place to start. Important! Before upgrading If you are not using any custom Gift Wrapper template overrides, Gift Wrapper plugin… continue reading?
Not only are we actively maintaining all our plugins, but we have been trickling out improvements… realized while we work on the successor to our PDF stamping plugins. For example, with version 1.2 of PDF Stamper (and v1.3 of EDDiStamper) there is better handling of PDF pages of varying size, in order to keep stamps… continue reading?
Things have been slow-going because there are numerous projects on the project heap and none too pressing. I’ll be pushing WooCommerce Gift Wrapper 4.0 out of beta soon, but not before a long-awaited and much-needed 1 week actual vacation. If you’re curious about 4.0, turn on your beta access under your Wordpress->Settings->Gift Wrapper License, and… continue reading?
At the moment there are quite a few softwares (mostly paid) that allow you to manipulate PDF files as they are sold online. Some even allow you to add identifying customer data to the PDF in order to copyright, encrypt and password intellectual property. Currently the Wordpress plugin scene includes three main routes for PDF… continue reading?
That title probably caught your attention because… when do we ever share passwords? Actually, we do, a lot. Website administrators often have to share passwords with users and customers who have just been issued a password. Generally that is done automatically, without the administrator ever having any idea what password was shared. You know, for… continue reading?
WaterWoo and EDDiMark can add QR codes to PDFs dynamically upon download request via WooCommerce. This is because both plugins use TCPDF to write PDF content, and TCPDF allows for barcode creation. Though this blog post might also be helpful for someone just trying to figure out how to write a barcode with TCPDF and… continue reading?
This month there is loads more news than usual, and not much of it is easy to bear. Here in California we’ve been ordered to stay home now for more than a week. I’ve distracted myself by typing lots and lots code. It’s about time I addressed your ongoing request for a PDF watermarker that… continue reading?