I think this is question, when you see a great website, you might want to get answered.
So here's a handy dandy plugin that does it all for you.
The only thing you have to add to it, is to answer this question ~ which ones could you not live without and why?
I'm using it on my website because I want the plugin authors to get credit, especially since most of them offer their plugins for free.
The one problem I have is that the plugin authors don't keep their links updated, so some of the links are dead. I suppose I could modify the right file in the listed plugin, but it would be nice if I could override it using the Artiss plugin instead. Even better would be to include a date with my modification, so if the listed plugin got updated, my update would stop overriding it until I verified the link again.
Super if it would work together with WP plugin-memorandum [ link redacted, please do not post links in reviews ] and list the memos, all in one place! Including an option to export a CSV file for a spreadsheet.
<ul>[plugins_list cache="no" format='<li>#Title#</li>']</ul>
Plugin should let you nofollow links, otherwise it's very handy for listing all your plugins in case anyone wants to see what you use to create your site.
This plugin receives a 5 star rating.
This is a great utility for listing plugins which are active, non-active.
Seeing a list of what is active, while having several WP installs, can help you troubleshoot what plugin combinations produce conflicts or slow performance.
Thank you for offering this WordPress plugin.
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