Disable Emojis (GDPR friendly)

Beschreibung

This plugin disables the new WordPress emoji functionality. GDPR friendly.

HINWEIS: Emoticons werden weiterhin funktionieren und Emoji’s werden weiterhin in Browsern funktionieren, die diese bereits unterstützen. Dieses Plugin entfernt nur den zusätzlichen Code, der benutzt wird, um Emoji’s in älteren Browsern zu unterstützen.

GDPR compliancy

This plugin does not do anything to make your site less GDPR compliant. It disables the DNS prefetching of emoji’s within WordPress, which should ensure improved privacy. To determine if your site is GDPR compliant, please seek legal advice. I have done my best to ensure the plugin is 100% GDPR compliant, but I am not a lawyer so can not guarantee anything 😉

Installation

Nachdem du die Dateien runtergeladen und entpackt hast:

  1. Lade den „disable-emojis“ Ordner in das „/wp-content/plugins/“ Verzeichnis, oder installiere es über „Plugins“ im WordPress Admin.
  2. Aktiviere das Plugin mittels dem ‚Plugins‘-Menü in WordPress
  3. Fertig!

Besuche Disable Emojis Plugin für weitere Informationen.

FAQ

Installation Instructions

Nachdem du die Dateien runtergeladen und entpackt hast:

  1. Lade den „disable-emojis“ Ordner in das „/wp-content/plugins/“ Verzeichnis, oder installiere es über „Plugins“ im WordPress Admin.
  2. Aktiviere das Plugin mittels dem ‚Plugins‘-Menü in WordPress
  3. Fertig!

Besuche Disable Emojis Plugin für weitere Informationen.

Rezensionen

Works as promised, code looks good

This plugin works as advertised. I used it to prevent double emojis from showing up—unfortunately, when you include an emoji, the WordPress emoji scripts load a second emoji right after it, so you see double emoji, and if your images are displayed block you’ll see the second emoji on a new line.

I also took a look at the plugin’s source code and it looks good—just the bare minimum required to do what it says.

I would highly recommend this plugin if you like to put in your own emojis and aren’t worried about supporting older devices that do not have emojis.

Doesn’t work properly

Although it does remove emoji styles, it still does not remove everything related to emojis.

WordPress still replaces 🙂 with an emoji unicode.
I have read support thread where author says it is as intended, I just have to go to wp-admin/options-writing.php and disable Convert emoticons like <code>:-)</code> and <code>:-P</code> to graphics on display', the thing is, my wp 4.9.1 doesn’t have this setting there.

Had to traverse WP sources, found if ( get_site_option( 'initial_db_version' ) < 32453 ) condition there. Ultimately, that hidden piece of code modifies wp_options checked('1', get_option('use_smilies'). After I manually changed option with name use_smilies, wp finally stopped replacing 🙂 with emoji unicode.

That’s WAY too much moves for a person, who has installed and used to trust „Disable Emojis“ plugin. If it says „Disable Emojis“ it MUST disable emojis. It shouldn’t be my task to dig wp sources for weird hidden options. Could please you do this work?

There is also a filter, something like ‚convert_smilies‘, this plugin could probably also disable it to override some behaviour. But automatically changing option ‚use_smilies‘ to default 0 would be expected.

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Änderungsprotokoll

1.7.2

  • Subtle improvement to code cleanliness.
  • Improved documentation regarding GDPR issues.

1.7.1

  • Added GDPR friendly label on advice from Ipstenu.

1.7

  • Removed DNS prefetch URL again.
  • This time using simple string check rather than relying on internal WordPress filters.

1.6

  • Removed DNS prefetch URL. Props to Aaron Queen for assisting with this.

1.5.3

  • Catering to new DNS prefetch URL in version 4.7 of core

1.5.2

  • Improved documentation.
  • Removed redundant dns prefetching. Thanks to Milan Dinic for the pull request.

1.5.1

  • Dokumentation aktualisiert.

1.5

  • Um ungültigen $plugin array gekümmert.

1.4

  • Aktualisierung, um Otto’s Code nutzen zu könnnen.

1.3

Irrelevante Styles entfernt.

1.2

Fehler behoben.

1.1

Aktualisierung, damit Plugin mit neuester Beta funktioniert.

1.0

Erstveröffentlichung.