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Selectively disabling plugins from loading in WordPress admin area

  • Hello Everyone,

    Does anybody know how to disable certain plugins from loading in the back-end/admin area of WordPress?

    Currently I’m running a site that has many plugins mainly geared towards front-end manipulation yet when I access pages in the backend (ie. /wp-admin/edit.php) **all** CSS, JS and plugin files are being loaded for plugins that are not required there, thus increasing the load-time and responsiveness of the admin area.

    I’m looking for a solution, either plugin based for code that can selectively load admin only plugins, ideally without having to hack the core files.

    I’m using wordpress 3.5.1.

    Thanks,
    Paul

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