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Plugin Commander

Description

=THIS PLUGIN IS ONLY USEFUL IF YOU’RE USING MULTI-SITE MODE=

This is the same plugin previously available at http://firestats.cc/wiki/WPMUPluginCommander, which has been used reliably with wordpress multi-site networks for many years.

Plugin Commander is a plugin management plugin for multi-site mode, which allows further control on network-activated plugins.

It allow you to do the following things:

  • Mark any plugin in the plugins directory to be automatically activated for new blogs.
  • Mass activate or deactivate a plugin for all existing blogs
  • Choose which plugins users can activate and deactivate through Manage->Plugins, for this to make sense you need to disable the built-in plugins menu (through Site Admin->Options->Menus)
  • Activate and deactivate plugins for specific blogs, even if the blog owner is not allowed to control those plugins.

Contributors & Developers

“Plugin Commander” is open source software. The following people have contributed to this plugin.

Contributors

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Interested in development?

Browse the code, check out the SVN repository, or subscribe to the development log by RSS.

Changelog

=1.1.6=

Fixed compatibility with WPMU 3.0.0 (ticket #1324, thanks for this fix goes to gorm and mitch).

See plugin site for full change log.