Bugerator WordPress Plugin

Current version 1.1.5.

This is the page for the Bugerator WordPress Plugin.

This is a simple but complete issue tracking WordPress plugin. With it you can create projects and track the
issues related to those projects.
Features include:

  • Ready to administer multiple projects right away.
  • Easy install/uninstall. Uninstall is complete, nothing is left behind.
  • Most output is template based so it is possible to customize the pages.
  • Adds a menu option under the “Setting” menu of the dashboard.
  • Display all issues, issues grouped by version and issue details.
  • Can comment on issues.
  • Administrator ability to edit comments & issues posted by others.
  • Ability to add administrators/developers to a project without elevating their WordPress priviledges.
  • Add admins and developers by a simple drop down menu.
  • Ability to administer all of the projects both from the internal WordPress menu and the bugerator page.
  • Ability to include file attachments or disallow file uploads.
  • Plays well with other themes and plugins. Does not add custom WordPress posts, uses its own tables.
  • Choose to allow anonymous editing or require WordPress usernames.
  • Will automatically get rid of the WP comments section if desired.
  • Automatic email sending to subscribed users.
  • Most CSS options configurable in app.
  • And more

To Install:

  1. Upload “bugerator.zip” to the “/wp-content/plugins/” directory and unzip – or use the internal plugin install
  2. Activate the plugin through the “Plugins” menu in WordPress
  3. Enter the short code [bugerator] on a blank page.
  4. To limit a page to a specific project get the project ID and have the short code be [bugerator project=”1″] if your project ID is 1.
  • Added network install/uninstall for wordpress multisite networks


  • Fixed spelling & small bugs
  • Added ability to reverse option corruption


  • Fixed css disappearing bug
  • Fixed first project sort bug


  • Gee permalinks are rough. Should work in all cases now.


  • Fixed freak permalink bug


  • Anonymous comments now controlled by setting
  • New description field for projects
  • Description tooltips on descriptions & projects
  • Added custom status entries
  • Now can see changes since last log in
  • Renamed global variables to avoid collissions with other plugins
  • Various code upgrades needed for WordPress 3.6


  • Updated for the newly enforced wpdb->prepare in WP 3.5
  • Added customizable project sort and hiding


  • CSS no longer overwritten by new versions
  • Type now shown in list issues
  • Fixed anonymous users can edit bugs
  • Release date display fixed

  • Yeah found a typo bug related to the new https url for attachments. I needed to roll the update quick so here it is.


  • Can now manage projects inside the dashboard
  • Fixed issues related to ajax and FORCE_SSL_ADMIN
  • Added ajaxurl definition to all pages since it isn’t defined for non admins
  • Fixed file upload
  • Fixed export / import
  • Fixed issues related to bugerator admins/devs that aren’t admins for WP
  • Various other fixes


  • I wish I could take back a release. Managed to leave a bit of debug code in the file upload so the upload was broken in 1.0.4


  • Redid the version change. Current version = current date since that is what is released.
  • Fixed the slashes in edits bug (like \’ instead of ‘)
  • Uploads file names replaced spaces with underscore
  • Fixed issue subscriptions


  • Figured out proper WordPress plugin header (sorry)
  • Updated version map so releases show up as “Release date”
  • When changing versions the previous version takes on the current date as a release date


  • Removed “goto” for PHP 5.2 compatibility
  • Fixed email issues
  • Fixed Cosmetic bugs


  • Fixed project date display bug
  • Fixed readme.txt


  • Initial release
  • Has all of the features I could think of and fixed all the bugs that I could find


One thought on “Bugerator WordPress Plugin”

  1. hello,
    I am planning to use your bugerator plugin on my site, is there any chance you could add a vote feature or a way in which users could add their voice to a ticket or feature request?

    thanks in advance Lonja

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