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I'm trying to register a subfolder as a plugin path, where my company would keep it's own plugins (e.g. wp-content/plugins/company-name/). I've already found, how to redefine the plugin path with WP_PLUGIN_DIR, but I only want to add an additional one. Does anybody have a clue?

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  • Don't. Just prefix all your plugins with company- in the folder names and keep them where WP (and developers) expect them to be.
    – janh
    Commented Nov 23, 2017 at 14:49
  • @janh it seemed for us sensitive, so as to let us add our git repository with plugins as a submodule to our projects and in case we update any plugin, we could just recursively update all projects that use it. Commented Nov 23, 2017 at 16:28
  • I'd rather go the WP way. Look into private plugin repositories, and update the WP way, which will also run the appropriate hooks (to make sure potentially required DB schema updates run as well). And then maybe something like InfiniteWP to centralize plugin/theme update management. We're still using git for development, but never to pull from inside a live site.
    – janh
    Commented Nov 23, 2017 at 16:35

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If they're important you could take a look at Must-use plugins. They can't be disabled from the backend.

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Just redefine your WP_PLUGIN_DIR in wp-config.php file:

define("WP_PLUGIN_DIR", "your plugin path");

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