Support » Plugin: Plugin Organizer » Disable all plugins for Admin except two

  • Resolved dozza

    (@dozza)


    Trying to troubeleshoot an issue on the URL listed.

    Rather than take the whole site to local dev to troubleshoot, I thought I could use your plugin to test the live site by viewing the site front-end as logged in Admin and have all plugins disabled, or only load a few at a time, to see what is causing the problem. Sure I did this a few years ago with this plugin?

    Anyhow, I can’t seem to work out how to set this up, as the documentation/FAQs don’t emulate a similar scenario. Could you give me a brief run through of the set up for this please?

    Also, a copy of PluginOrganizerMU.class.php ended up in wp-content/mu-plugins automatically and I didn’t have to move it there. ShouldI delete the original from /wp-content/plugins/plugin-organizer/lib/PluginOrganizerMU.class.php as your docs don’t mention what to do when it’s already in the place you suggest moving it to.

    The page I need help with: [log in to see the link]

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  • Plugin Author Jeff Sterup

    (@foomagoo)

    Create a plugin filter with the permalink set to the url you posted. Then you move the plugins you want disabled to the Administrator role container on the right side.

    Plugin Author Jeff Sterup

    (@foomagoo)

    The MU plugin is covered in the documentation. It says that plugin organizer tries to move the MU plugin for you. You only need to move it yourself if the MU plugin can’t be moved to the mu-plugins folder automatically.

    dozza

    (@dozza)

    Jeff, brilliant. That’s what I needed!

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