I’m happy to share that I’m in the process of submitting my second plugin to the WordPress repository. In keeping with the theme of my first plugin, simplicity, this thing is a single function that does almost nothing. But if you run a big site, you’d be mad not to include it.
Any time a user resets or changes a password, the admin email gets a notification. If you run a small site, no big deal. If you have thousands of users, this can get annoying. The solution was a simple one, which is included in-full below:
Basically WordPress has a function called wp_password_change_notification(), which we simply detect then replace with an empty function of our own. This means that any time wp_password_change_notification() would normally run, instead nothing will happen.
Success! This plugin should be in the respository in the next few days. If you can’t wait, copy/paste the source above into passhhh.php and get rolling!