NGFB Open Graph+ has seen many code and feature improvements over the past several months. The plugin is now fairly mature, and should see fewer internal structural changes. Expect to see minor tweaks over the next few weeks, along with broadening support for 3rd party plugins. For example, in another week or two, I plan on adding support for BuddyPress.
Version 6.16.2 has a few internal code improvements – specifically, standardizing the handling of HTML encoded and non-encoded strings. The detection of 3rd party plugins, and support for Wistia videos, has also been improved.
- Improved the management of HTML encoded and non-encoded strings internally. The
get_description()methods now return encoded strings. The
limit_text_length()method decodes and re-encodes the text after shortening. The ‘ngfb_title’, ‘ngfb_description’, and ‘ngfb_caption’ filters will now receive encoded strings.
- Improved the detection of 3rd party plugins for conflict and addon support checks by verifying loaded class/function names, plus the active plugins array from WordPress.
- Changed the Wistia v1 API call for the new oembed SEO API call (which doesn’t need a password).
- Removed the ‘Wistia API Password’ option, which is no longer required for the API call.
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