[wp-hackers] Using after_plugin_row_$plugin_file when plugin is deactivated

Daniel Craig Jallits dan at jallits.com
Mon Nov 30 20:41:18 UTC 2009

Sorry I went to Colorado for the weekend and did a little skiing with  
some buddies from the Marines over the weekend. The testimonials are  
now working. Take a look. I know we will address the email newsletter  
sign-up and the contact form when the site is on Shell's server. I  
will take care of the menu when it is moved there as well.

Is there anything else? Let me know. I want to get this moved off my  
server as I will be doing some heavy modifications to the server in  
anticipation of the hosting contracts I have coming.

Daniel Craig Jallits
3427 N. Paulina Street #1
Chicago, Illinois, 60657-1220
United States of America
(312) 613 0537 | http://jallits.com/

On Nov 30, 2009, at 2:37 PM, Ade Walker wrote:

> Hi all,
> Maybe I'm going about this the wrong way, or overlooking something
> blindingly obvious...
> I want to add a WP version check after my plugin has been installed,  
> but
> before it is activated, and display a warning message in the main  
> plugins
> page if the WP version is not compatible. However, hooking into
> after_plugin_row_$plugin_file only works once the plugin has been  
> activated
> - which is too late.
> Any thoughts?
> Thanks. :-)
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