Obfuscate Your Code at Your Own Risk

mikevanwinkle's picture

Looks like ZippyKid no longer supports WishList Member. I think it raises a good point about obfuscating code. Hiding your code behind some sort of encryption like Base64 may prevent your code from being ripped off, but it also prevents it from being improved and supported. If WLM made it's code transparent it could share the burden of support and innovation with other services and developers. ZippyKid/WP Engine/WPMU/WP.com and on and on. But the obfuscation instead guarantees this vast community of resources can be of no benefit to WLM at all. I hope it's worth it.

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Getting this error, please help :D

Fatal error: Call to a member function getLoginUrl() on a non-object in /home/cali/public_html/wp-content/plugins/simplr-registration-form/simplr_reg_page.php on line 432