Quickly Find the Plugin You’re Looking For on the Plugins Screen
When you have dozens of plugins it can be a pain to find the specific one you’re looking for in a long list. Now you can just start typing and the list of plugins will be filtered showing only the plugin names that match your search.
Compare the Active Plugins Between Two Sites
Have you ever wanted to compare which plugins are active between two sites? It used to take a lot of brain power. Now after installing this plugin on both sites simply copy and paste a line of text to see hwich plugins need to be activated to make the two sites match.
If you’re on a multisite network just select the name of the site you want to compare from the drop down.
See Which Plugins Are Active on Each Site in a Multisite Network
Do you have plugins sitting around that you’re not sure if they’re being used on any sites in a multisite network? Use the Plugins Report feature located under the Network Admin Plugins section to see which sites a plugin is active on. It will even give you a list of plugins that aren’t activated on any site so you can safely delete those unused plugins.
Pull requests and bug reports are welcomed on GitHub. Please note GitHub is not a support forum and issues that aren’t properly qualified as bugs will be closed.
This section describes how to install the plugin and get it working.
- Upload the
better-plugins-pluginfolder to the
- Activate the Better Plugins Plugin through the ‹Plugins› menu in WordPress
Contributors & Developers
“Better Plugins Plugin” is open source software. The following people have contributed to this plugin.Contributors
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- Updated the readme.txt file
- Added plugin images and screenshots
- Initial release