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If you're only managing a few sites and you're comfortable with the command line, you might want to look into wp-cli. With a little bit of scripting you can SSH into a remote server and do all manner of stuff like: Enable plugins: wp plugin activate acf-pro gravityforms wordpress-seo Check the versions, activation and update availability: wp plugin status ...


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Fact is, it’s pretty ridiculous that WordPress has not developed a dashboard on its own. The nice thing about it being open source, however, is that the community - which consists of extremely talented developers and designers - has a terrific ability to create plugins like ManageWP that solve problems such as this http://managewp.com


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on the plugin activation hook, instead of doing everything right there just set a cron job that will do it.


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If you are not agains using and installing plugins on all of your servers. Then MainWP can be of help. While they offer a lot more then what you ask for their plugin has some solid ways of managing other installs. MainWP is free and open source, yet they offer some paid extra's http://www.mainwp.com Alternatively you can use the XML-RPC to post to the ...


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I fixed this by going through PHPMyAdmin to the table "Options" and then the row active_plugins. I had the following stored there (formatted for readability): a:10:{ i:0;s:49:"1and1-wordpress-wizard/1and1-wordpress-wizard.php"; i:1;s:29:"acf-repeater/acf-repeater.php"; i:2;s:30:"advanced-custom-fields/acf.php"; ...


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You can simply rename the plugin folder, for example: "_aksimet" to deactive it and than back to "aksimet" to activate it again (if was active) you can do that with all "plugins" folder together. Otherwise, go to MySQL and have a look at this step by step manual, in short: MYSQL > wp_options search for active_plugins entry (both steps can be done by ...


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It might not be ideal to disable the onboarding wizard but I think I may have found an answer for anyone seeking to disable the wizard: function wc_disable_onboarding_wizard() { return false; } add_filter( 'woocommerce_enable_setup_wizard', 'wc_disable_onboarding_wizard' );



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