There are a bunch of WP plugins which are a must have. And this plugin has earned it's place in my must have list. It's great for diagnosis as mentioned in the description. It absolutely deserves a 5 star in my opinion.
However if you are in a page that is part of the plugin you are toggling off, it will give you an error page which is startling the first time you see it.
And I feel it does need a warning mentioned somewhere that this will happen. So I give it a 4 star. Just so first time users don't freak out when they see the error screen. I also use this plugin in conjunction with another plugin, which allows me to turn plugins on and off only using my keyboard.
I've spent so much time going back to the plugins page to flip plugins off and on during development... this is a great solution.
I love this plugin! I rely heavily on plugins. Having them accessible at all times is priceless - especially when you are setting things up and troubleshooting. So handy in general.
Thanks for a great plugin.
This simple but effective plugin has been very useful in many testing and troubleshooting situations, I should be surprised there are so few votes and reviews compared to the number of downloads, but being a plugin developed to help lazy WP users, it's not a big surprise after all :)
Really simplifies plugin testing and makes trouble shooting conflicts so much easier :D
There is only one thing I would have liked to see the first time I moused over the Plugins menu item and that is a count of installed plugins :P
First couple or last couple items listed ...
# plugins installed
# plugins activated
hahahha plugins perfect with or without it though :P
It only took me a min to count them myself lol
Nothing much to add. Super simple to use. No problems so far. Very useful development tool. Thanks!
By some unknown reason I have only 106 plugin...
Testing and this plugin save time.
Mouse pointer over Plugin name - the data for activation.
See plugin "Plugin Activation Date"
And why not an check-box before the name of the plugin: - I'm testing this one.
Updating my review to 5-stars...
Awesome Idea, but it doesn't seem to be working all that well on my site. Sometimes it works (by which I mean clicking on the name of a plugin does indeed activate it or deactivate it) but sometimes it does nothing. Sometimes activation redirects me away from the screen I was on to the installed plugins page, deactivation sometimes redirects me to the post listing page.
I'm using plugin organizer and w3 total cache. Perhaps there's some sort of conflict going on...
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