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This plugin allows you to do the following: 1. Change the order that your plugins are loaded. 2. Selectively disable plugins by any post type or wordp …
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This plugin allows you to do the following: 1. Change the order that your plugins are loaded. 2. Selectively disable plugins by any post type or wordp …
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Yes. A malicious plugin named WP Spamshield targets the settings used by Plugin Organizer to disable it. It also targets various other plugins and changes how they behave or disables them entirely. All of this is done without the users knowledge or consent. This plugin was removed from the Wordpress Plugin Directory because of this malicious code but it may still exist on some users sites. It will also likely be released from a different repository in the future and start targeting plugins again. You should remove WP Spamshield not only to make sure that Plugin Organizer runs correctly but to ensure the security of your website is not compromised. Find out more at https://www.sterupdesign.com/blog/malware/wp-spamshield/. You have to log in to add a translation. Details
Yes. A malicious plugin named WP Spamshield targets the settings used by Plugin Organizer to disable it. It also targets various other plugins and changes how they behave or disables them entirely. All of this is done without the users knowledge or consent. This plugin was removed from the Wordpress Plugin Directory because of this malicious code but it may still exist on some users sites. It will also likely be released from a different repository in the future and start targeting plugins again. You should remove WP Spamshield not only to make sure that Plugin Organizer runs correctly but to ensure the security of your website is not compromised. Find out more at https://www.sterupdesign.com/blog/malware/wp-spamshield/.
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There are different ways that caching plugins work and they can work together with Plugin Organizer. These are only 2 examples to give an idea. But you have to understand how they work and how you are affecting your cache by disabling plugins. You have to log in to add a translation. Details
There are different ways that caching plugins work and they can work together with Plugin Organizer. These are only 2 examples to give an idea. But you have to understand how they work and how you are affecting your cache by disabling plugins.
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The simple answer. Yes. But you must understand how your caching plugin and Plugin Organizer do what they do. If your caching plugin creates a minified version of the javascript files loaded on a page then there is the potential that Plugin Organizer will cause the caching plugin to constantly recreate the minified javascript files. You have to log in to add a translation. Details
The simple answer. Yes. But you must understand how your caching plugin and Plugin Organizer do what they do. If your caching plugin creates a minified version of the javascript files loaded on a page then there is the potential that Plugin Organizer will cause the caching plugin to constantly recreate the minified javascript files.
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Can Plugin Organizer be used with caching plugins? You have to log in to add a translation. Details
Can Plugin Organizer be used with caching plugins?
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Does this only apply to WP MU or all types of WP installs? You have to log in to add a translation. Details
Does this only apply to WP MU or all types of WP installs?
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WARNING: Reordering or disabling plugins can have catastrophic affects on your site. It can cause issues with plugins and can render your site inaccessible. You have to log in to add a translation. Details
WARNING: Reordering or disabling plugins can have catastrophic affects on your site. It can cause issues with plugins and can render your site inaccessible.
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When the form is submitted it is not submitting to the page you are viewing. It is submitting to an ajax endpoint. Which is a different URL. You need to enable the plugin on that URL to get the form working. Here are 2 examples of how to do that. You have to log in to add a translation. Details
When the form is submitted it is not submitting to the page you are viewing. It is submitting to an ajax endpoint. Which is a different URL. You need to enable the plugin on that URL to get the form working. Here are 2 examples of how to do that.
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Yes. Go to the Plugin Organizer settings page and check the box next to each of the roles you want to be able to disable/enable plugins with. THen a separate container will appear on the post edit screen for you to disable/enable plugins with. You have to log in to add a translation. Details
Yes. Go to the Plugin Organizer settings page and check the box next to each of the roles you want to be able to disable/enable plugins with. THen a separate container will appear on the post edit screen for you to disable/enable plugins with.
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To load a plugin only in the admin you need to enable selective plugin loading for the admin areas and fuzzy url matching. Then globally disable the plugin you want to turn off on the front end. Next create a plugin filter with the permalink set to your admin url. Like https://www.sterupdesign.com/wp-admin/. Then enable the plugin for that plugin filter and select also affect children. Now the plugin should only be loaded in the admin. You have to log in to add a translation. Details
To load a plugin only in the admin you need to enable selective plugin loading for the admin areas and fuzzy url matching. Then globally disable the plugin you want to turn off on the front end. Next create a plugin filter with the permalink set to your admin url. Like https://www.sterupdesign.com/wp-admin/. Then enable the plugin for that plugin filter and select also affect children. Now the plugin should only be loaded in the admin.
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How do I disable a plugin on the front end and still have it enabled on the admin pages? You have to log in to add a translation. Details
How do I disable a plugin on the front end and still have it enabled on the admin pages?
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Yes. Go to the Post Type Plugins page under Plugin Organizer in the admin menu. Here you can select the post type you want to change and disable/enable plugins for that post type as long as the setting hasn't been overridden on the individual posts. You have to log in to add a translation. Details
Yes. Go to the Post Type Plugins page under Plugin Organizer in the admin menu. Here you can select the post type you want to change and disable/enable plugins for that post type as long as the setting hasn't been overridden on the individual posts.
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Create a plugin filter with your home page url. Like https://www.sterupdesign.com/. Then enable or disable the plugins you want with that filter. You have to log in to add a translation. Details
Create a plugin filter with your home page url. Like https://www.sterupdesign.com/. Then enable or disable the plugins you want with that filter.
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Go to the Plugin Organizer settings page and click the button under selective plugin loading to turn it on. During the upgrade process selective plugin loading got turned off. You have to log in to add a translation. Details
Go to the Plugin Organizer settings page and click the button under selective plugin loading to turn it on. During the upgrade process selective plugin loading got turned off.
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Example 1: If you have a large number of plugins and don't want them all to load for every page you can disable the unneeded plugins for each individual page. Or you can globally disable them and enable them for each post or page you will need them on. Example 2: If you have plugins that conflict with eachother then you can disable the plugins that are conflicting for each indivdual post or page. Example 3: If you have plugins that conflict with eachother then you can disable the plugins globally and activate them only on posts or pages where they will be used. You have to log in to add a translation. Details
Example 1: If you have a large number of plugins and don't want them all to load for every page you can disable the unneeded plugins for each individual page. Or you can globally disable them and enable them for each post or page you will need them on. Example 2: If you have plugins that conflict with eachother then you can disable the plugins that are conflicting for each indivdual post or page. Example 3: If you have plugins that conflict with eachother then you can disable the plugins globally and activate them only on posts or pages where they will be used.
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