Check the sustainability from your hosting company and the CO2 generated by your IP address.
Found a security vulnerability? Please report it to us privately at the WPsustainable GitHub repository.
This plugin adheres to the following security measures and review protocols for each version:
- WordPress Plugin Handbook
- WordPress Plugin Security
- WordPress APIs Security
- WordPress Coding Standards
- This plugin does not collect any information about your site, your identity, the plugins, themes or content the site has.
- No vulnerabilities have been published up to version 1.1.0.
- WordPress: 5.2 – 6.4
- PHP: 5.6 – 8.3
- WPCS: 3.0.1
You can contribute to this plugin at the WPsustainable GitHub repository.
This plugin provides 1 block.
- Green Web Foundation Badge Shows a badge with the current color status from The Green Web Foundation.
Visit the plugin section in your WordPress, search for [wpsustainable]; download and install the plugin.
Extract the contents of the ZIP and upload the contents to the
/wp-content/plugins/wpsustainable/ directory. Once uploaded, it will appear in your plugin list.
Where does the sustainability information come from?
Data is coming from The Green Web Foundation API.
Contributors & Developers
“WPSustainable” is open source software. The following people have contributed to this plugin.Contributors
- New security information (at WordPress.org plugin page).
- New privacy information (at WordPress.org plugin page).
- New compatibility information (at WordPress.org plugin page).
New vulnerabilities information (at WordPress.org plugin page).
New block: Badge
Compatibility checked with WPCS 3.0.1.
Compatibility: WordPress 5.2 – WordPress 6.4.
- Compatibility: PHP 5.6 – PHP 8.3.
- Compatibility: WordPress Coding Standards 3.0.1.
- Minor updates
- Check compatibility.
- Check the texts and other files and things, not relevant at all.
- First release.