Last Updated on: 19th June 2016, 08:30 am
Plugin Organizer is one of my most essential tools. There is hardly anything better for resolving conflict. It is also a nice tool to optimise for speed.
Here is a short screencast of mine showing how to use Plugin Organizer.
This is probably the most useful WordPress tutorial I have ever seen. Ive been dreaming of something like this plugin for years. Every time I have a problem with my site, which is a live web store, the first request anyone from tech support will tell me is “disable all plugins” Understandable, but almost impossible for me on a site where people are paying to use my site may even be buying something at that very moment.
By following this video I was able to discover which plugin was causing a major problem in my admin panel and disable it on one admin page only without any visitors on my site ever noticing! I will be using this tool/technique a LOT. Thank you for making this video.
…by the way…do you know what the URL filter would be for the main Admin Dashboard page?
to my knowledge this: /wp-admin.php/
Thanks! I tried a few and got it to work by adding index.php:
Good to know! Thanks for sharing your solution.
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