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Update: Ajax Error Log – Version 2.0

Another update! This time to the vanilla/PHP version of my Ajax Error Log. As with the new WordPress version, this update improves the script’s design, performance, and security.

Notes about the new version

New for Ajax Error Log Version 2.0:

  • Updated to work with the latest jQuery (1.10)
  • Dropped support for magic quotes (see below)
  • Better sanitizing of input/output data
  • Fixed some PHP notices

Everything else is essentially the same, but you’ll want to backup your original files and then check to make sure that everything is copascetic. Then test well and you should be good to go.

Important Note

If you’re using magic quotes, add this snippet the mm_clean() function in both AjaxErrorLog.php and 404.php:

if (get_magic_quotes_gpc()) $string = stripslashes($string);
Check out the original tutorial for complete information.

Download Files

Download the updated version of Ajax Error Log:

Ajax Error Log Version 2.0 (3KB zip)

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Good software never steals focus from the user. Even during startup.
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