Auto updating

We understand that you might not always be able to check if your wordpress site has any updates that need to be installed, especially when you maintain multiple websites keeping them up-to-date can be a lot of work.

This plugin enables background auto-updating for all plugins, all themes and the wordpress core (both major and minor updates).

Auto-update preferences are saved in Advanced Preferences, under Security.

The first time an update becomes available, the auto-update dialog appears.

However, it is sometimes more efficient for Tableau to execute the queries you need only for your final view, rather than for every intermediate step required to compose that view.

You can turn off updates for worksheets by clicking the toolbar button.

You can change how often the updater runs, it defaults to twice daily but you can change this to hourly or daily.My 1.0.27.75 client updated to 1.0.28.87 which didn't play well with my pc, I followed the guides instructing me to place dummy files however that seems to no longer work with the newer clients so I came up with a different method using the HOSTS file.This probably works with mac and linux but I have not tested them.We’ve contacted c Panel and they said to remove the “AUTOMATIC_UPDATER_DISABLED” line from your wp-config file. Once in a week, or two, I’d visit the admin panel of each site to check if there were any pending updates to be made.In order to minimize the amount of work tied to dumb-clickingly updating a bunch of well-behaving plugins, I started looking for an automatic solution. And (so far) i nicely sends me e-mail notifications about all updates made (I’ll soon filter those e-mails to a separate folder, or walk through all the sites and turn off the e-mails about normal updates, now that I’ve seen that everything seems to work just as it should. e-mail notifications are sent from the default address “Word Press”, which makes it hard to see from which site I got the notification (unless I dig into the specific e-mail address, hidden under the “User name” Word Press.) This could easily be fixed inside this plugin, if it would ask not only for To-address, but also for the From-address and then inject this address when wp_mail is called. I use another plugin to do this for me, for all administrative mails (WP-Mail-SMTP).