Plugin management for WordPress Multisite that supports the native plugins page.
It uses a backend options page to adjust plugin permissions for all the sites in your network.
- Select what plugins sites have access to
- Choose plugins to Auto-Activate for all new blogs
- Mass activate/deactivate a plugin on all sites in your network
- Assign special plugin access permissions for specific sites in your network
- And as Super Admin, you can override all these to activate specific plugins on the sites you choose!
- Removes the plugin meta row links (Version, Author, Plugin) and any update messages for blog admins
- Download the plugin file
- Unzip the file into a folder on your hard drive
- Upload the
/plugin-manager/folder to the
/wp-content/plugins/folder on your site
- Visit Network Admin -> Plugins and Network Activate it there.
To Configure Network Wide Options
- Visit Network Admin -> Plugins -> Plugin Management
- Select what kind of access each plugin should have. You can choose:
- No access (default)
- All Users
- All Users (Auto-Activate) – activates the plugin for all new blogs
- You may also mass activate/deactivate a plugin on all sites in your network (Very Handy!)
To Override Plugin Access Per Site
- Visit the Network Admin -> Sites list
- Click the “Edit” link for the site you wish to modify
- Look at the bottom of the “Settings” tab screen for the per blog options
- Can I use this plugin for non-multisite WP installs?
No, this plugin is only compatible (and useful) with Multisite installs.
Contributors & Developers
“WPMU Plugin Manager” is open source software. The following people have contributed to this plugin.Contributors