Yes, there is a filter you can use — all_plugins: apply_filters( 'all_plugins', array $all_plugins ) Filters the full array of plugins to list in the Plugins list table. And here's an example which changes the description of the Akismet plugin: add_filter( 'all_plugins', 'my_all_plugins' ); function my_all_plugins( $all_plugins ) { // the & means ...


This is not how this should work. You should not be stunning shell commands from a plugin. The proper way to do this is to install dependencies before bundling for distribution.


I have the same problem and just find out that you need to extend from. \ElementorPro\Modules\ThemeBuilder\Skins\Posts_Archive_Skin_Cards rather then \ElementorPro\Modules\Posts\Skins\Skin_Cards

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