Posts Tagged ‘installer’

A New Way to Install Plugins

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July 28th, 2010
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There are two ways to install plugins in WordPress 3.0. You can either search for and install plugins via Plugins/Add New in your admin panel, or search for and download plugins from the plugin directory, then upload them to /wp-content/plugins/. Now, thanks to Mark Jaquith, there’s a new way to install plugins. The new plugin installer tool allows users to easily install plugins via a web-based interface outside of WordPress, with no FTP knowledge or tedious admin panel searching required. The new tool will be officially rolled into the plugin directory during WordPress’ impending site-wide redesign. For now, plugin developers can create a link directing users to the plugin installer tool and their plugin, and the rest of us can use the bookmarklet to install plugins from the directory.

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WP plugin: Installer

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May 13th, 2006
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WP plugin: Installer Yup, a plugin that installs other plugins and themes. This is a really cool feature that might get further press yet. You can even install plugins and/or themes but just plugging in the URI of the plugin and everything else is taken care of. Of course, plugins that require changes to core code will not work. Also, correct permissions are crucial. Very cool nonetheless. While you are at it, check out other cool code from Matt.

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