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  • Resolved Kuldeep M



    I would like to have few plugins installed only for the Super Admin, have uploaded them in ‘mu-plugins folder’, but they are not being displayed in the DashBoard, not even for the Super Admin…

    any suggestions…?

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  • Andrea Rennick


    Customer Care at Copyblogger Media and Studiopress

    If you dropped *folders* in the mu-plugins folder, they don’t get read. has to be actual files.

    If you want to keep them in folders, then make a file with an include.

    thank you for your swift reply…

    can you please guide on how to create a “file with an include”…?

    Just make a php file in the mu-plugins folder, then it would look something like this:

    include ('plugin_folder_name/file_name.php');

    You would have an include line for each file.

    Also note, plugins in mu-plugins are active across the network, not just for the super-admin. Every site they will be executed. They might not show up in any menus, but they are certainly there.

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