wpsnoop: fix Blogroll Block plugin conflicts, errors & issues
When the plugin Blogroll Block conflicts or throws a PHP error we hope wpsnoop can help you to fix the issue quickly.
Troubleshooting theme and plugin conflicts is easier when you know what Blogroll Block leaves behind after uninstalling it from a WordPress installation, there is a list down below for your convenience.
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What does Blogroll Block version 1.2.0 add to WordPress? Answers Here.
This is an automatically generated report - it is possible for Blogroll Block to perform differently in your installation, previous versions before 1.2.0 may have created a different set of shortcodes, used different function names or could have created entirely different database tables to store settings and operate. This is not an exhaustive list but shows how version 1.2.0 of Blogroll Block behaves when installed and removed on a clean installation of WordPress.
We have not tested individual shortcodes, features or settings of this plugin but instead have concentrated on the potential for obvious errors and conflicts which can occur, if you need help with the plugin in your local installation you can get WordPress help and support for Blogroll Block by clicking here.
Our testing covered the free version of this plugin there may or may not be a paid version or premium version available for purchase that unlocks additional features and could behave in a slightly or very different manner.
Summary of WordPress plugin analysis: Blogroll Block
Which new files does Blogroll Block add to WordPress?
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|Type & Path||Size||Conflicts|
|wp-content/plugins/blogroll-block/||15.19kB||No known conflicts with other themes or plugins.|
|wp-content/plugins/blogroll-block/block.json||363.00B||No known conflicts with other themes or plugins.|
|wp-content/plugins/blogroll-block/blogroll-block.php||4.00kB||No known conflicts with other themes or plugins.|
|wp-content/plugins/blogroll-block/build/||9.57kB||No known conflicts with other themes or plugins.|
|wp-content/plugins/blogroll-block/build/index.asset.php||207.00B||No known conflicts with other themes or plugins.|
|wp-content/plugins/blogroll-block/build/index.css||55.00B||No known conflicts with other themes or plugins.|
|wp-content/plugins/blogroll-block/build/index.js||9.27kB||No known conflicts with other themes or plugins.|
|wp-content/plugins/blogroll-block/build/style-index.css||48.00B||No known conflicts with other themes or plugins.|
|wp-content/plugins/blogroll-block/readme.txt||1.26kB||No known conflicts with other themes or plugins.|
Which new options are added to the wp-options table by Blogroll Block?
What new PHP functions does Blogroll Block declare when it is active?
Using Blogroll Block from the command line with WP-CLI
The following commands are provided for convenience and should only be used if you understand how WP-CLI works. These commands refer to a single WordPress instance and may need to be modified if you are working with a Multisite installation.
How to install Blogroll Block from the command line with WP-CLI
Navigate to the root of your WordPress installation and type the following command:
How to activate Blogroll Block from the command line with WP-CLI
To immediately activate Blogroll Block after WP-CLI downloads the latest version you can use the following command:
How to reinstall Blogroll Block from the command line with WP-CLI
To force a reinstallation of Blogroll Block which overwrites the current plugin without asking for confirmation you can use the following command:
How to update Blogroll Block to the latest version from the command line with WP-CLI
How to delete Blogroll Block from the command line with WP-CLI
Where can you download earlier versions of Blogroll Block?
Whenever possible you should use the latest version of plugins and themes, however if you have recently updated and discovered that you need to install an earlier version you may be able to download other versions of Blogroll Block from the WordPress repository by visiting this link.
Please note that installing earlier versions of a theme or plugin is not generally a recommended course of action for most users and could re-introduce security, stability or other issues in Blogroll Block
About our testing enviroment
It is very possible that different versions of PHP such as PHP 8.0, PHP 7.4, or PHP 7.3 could behave differently with Blogroll Block. Different versions of WordPress could implement the features of this plugin in slightly different ways as well.