Plugin Organizer
[resolved] Selective Page/Post Enable/Disable Options (4 posts)

  1. AskKim
    Yoast Support
    Posted 2 years ago #

    I have some user facing pages that obviously do not need all of my plugins to be running. So for most of them I'm using individual page/post enable/disable checkboxes. Disabling most things and then only enabling the few I need.

    I notice that Plugin Organizer shows in this list - and can be disabled.

    If I disable it here though, it would seem that that might disable the selective loading from occurring, since the plugin isn't present to manage it.

    Am I thinking about that right? I looked around your docs and nothing addressed this so wanted to ask.



  2. Jeff Sterup
    Plugin Author

    Posted 2 years ago #

    There are really 2 plugins with plugin organizer. The standard plugin, which is what you see in the list, and the mu plugin. You can disable the standard plugin which only has the admin functionality and it won't prevent you from using selective loading. If you have admin selective loading enabled it will make some of the admin features stop working though.

  3. AskKim
    Yoast Support
    Posted 2 years ago #

    Cool, thanks Jeff, that's where I was confused.

    I blogged about your plugin recently (favorably of course). Your tutorials/faq for it are kinda thin for as really robust a plugin as you've created.

    I'm probably going to put together a video walk through that at least handles the basic elements, for my own readers. If you'd like me to send you that link after I complete it, just let me know :)

  4. Jeff Sterup
    Plugin Author

    Posted 2 years ago #

    Have you looked at the documentation for it on my site? http://www.jsterup.com/dev/wordpress/plugins/plugin-organizer/documentation/

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