k-OutDated Checker (k-OC)


k-OutDated Checker (k-OC) scans automatically -twice a day- all your installed plugins against the WordPress Plugin Directory for outdated plugins and email alert for update.
k-OC stands for k-OutDated Checker.


After downloading and extracting the latest version of k-OC:

  1. Upload the folder k-outdated-plugin-checker-k-opc to the /wp-content/plugins/ directory.
  2. Activate the plugin through the ‘Plugins’ menu in WordPress.
  3. That’s all!


k-OutDated Checker (k-OC) - Screenshot














This is how the email alert will look like if plugins are not up-to-date.

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v1.3 25/08/2020
ENHANCEMENT: Use of CURL instead of file_get_contents().
FIX: PHP Notice: Undefined variable: found_outdated.

v1.2.3 08/02/2018
ENHANCEMENT: Changed how the version of the plugins is checked against the WordPress Plugin Directory.
NEW: Show next to current the new version of the plugin that needs update.
Update the “Tested up to” in readme.txt.

v1.2.1.1 10/10/2017
NEW: Added “Minimum PHP Version Requirement” in readme.txt.
Update the “Tested up to” in readme.txt.

v1.2.1 17/09/2015
NEW: Added the k-outdated-plugin-checker-k-opc.pot file in languages folder.
NEW: Added translation for Greek.

v1.2 17/09/2015
ENHANCEMENT: Internationalizing the plugin (accepting translations).
ENHANCEMENT: Implementation of WordPress “PHP Coding Standards” (https://make.wordpress.org/core/handbook/best-practices/coding-standards/php/).

v1.1 05/05/2015
FIX: Check only for plugins that exist in WordPress Plugin Directory.
FIX: Send email alert only when at least one plugin is outdated.

v1.0 (First Release) 04/05/2015
– This is the initial release of k-OC.


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