[wp-hackers] is there a way to filter what plugins show up in plugins.php page?

Aaron Jorbin aaron at jorb.in
Sat Aug 14 22:49:44 UTC 2010

On Sat, Aug 14, 2010 at 6:34 PM, Jeremy Clarke <jer at simianuprising.com>

> A potential solution to your problem is to use the /mu-plugins/ directory.
> Any plugins placed in that directory are automatically activated on the
> blog(s) and do not appear in the plugins screen. Obviously the always-on
> part might not be ideal for you, but it will likely solve whatever your
> situation is.
> Anyone know if there is a more-appriately-named directory in 3.0? This blog
> post claims that /wp-content/mu-plugins/ still works :
> http://wpmu.org/daily-tip-wordpress-3-0-and-the-mu-plugins-folder/

MU plugins do show up on the plugin screen, but not in the main plugin
section , they are under Must Use.  I would be opposed to changing the name
of the directory as I think M(ust) U(use) is a accurate term for them.

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