The latest installment of our WordPress Q & A Sessions is about older plugins and what you should do with them.
Today’s question comes from Katrina, a WPMU reader and owner of the site Kat’s Cafe. She asks . . .
How should one deal with an older (but much-loved) plugin that is no longer being updated by the developer? Should you simply uninstall it and find a replacement? Or should you try to do some updating yourself?
What’s the safest way to tweak a plugin, without putting your site at risk?