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  1. WordPress Smart Updates notifications

    For now, the only way to manage WordPress Smart Updates notifications is to enable/disable them at all under Tools & Settings > Notifications > WordPress application updates.

    Please add feature to manage Smart Updates notifications, particularly receiving only failed updates.

    2 votes

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    open discussion  ·  IgorG responded

    Thank you for your input. We will consider this functionality in upcoming releases if it is popular. Everyone, please continue voting for this feature if you consider it important.

    IG

  2. add an ability to hide "Current password" field with Wordpress Administrator's password in Customer's panel

    When being logged in as a customer in Plesk, it is possible to see the Wordpress Administrator's credentials.
    It is required to hide the administrator's password for security reasons and let the customers login to WP Dashboard anly via the additional user account, added via the WP Dashboard itself.

    2 votes

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  3. Sort update-able plugins/themes to top in WP Toolkit

    Or at least give a header to click so to sort them up

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  4. Add a migration tool to WP Toolkit from other software installation platforms (Installatron / Softaculous)

    We've been using Installatron for ages, but WP Toolkit has become a really powerful tool over the last couple of years. While we can work on integrating our systems with WP Toolkit directly, one major obstacle is moving clients over from one system to the other - including their backups / update settings / etc.

    I'd love to find a way to make migrations over to the WP Toolkit seamless!

    2 votes

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  5. Auto update translations for plugins

    add a panel option to allow plugin translations to be automatically updated like in this wp-cli command:
    wp language plugin update --all

    thanks

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  6. Add feature auto-update of bundls/sets of plugins for WP Toolkit Deluxe

    Please consider addiing auto-update feature for bundls/sets of plugins for WP Toolkit Deluxe

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  7. "Search engine indexing" error report in WP ToolKit

    Can you please add an option to turn off error reporting for sites which have "Search engine indexing" turned off?

    I run many websites on subdomains with demo content that I don't want to index.

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  8. Monitoring, uptime and white label customer reports

    It would be nice to have:

    • Monitoring (alert if site offline or keyword does not exist)
    • Uptime (maintenance mode not included in downtime)
    • Reports (automatically generated WP-toolkit white label reports to send by email monthly to clients)
    1 vote

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  9. make plugin pack installation able to handle dependent plugins

    This feature request originated here: https://talk.plesk.com/threads/plugin-package-cannot-be-installed-premium-plugin-requires-base-plugin.371482/

    The problem is that plugin X needs to be active so plugin Y can be activated. (In my case, it was the AIOS plugin with its premium version, which WP toolkit wasn't able to activate)

    It seems that WP Toolkit tries to activate all plugins at once when installing a plugin pack. An option to tell WP Toolkit to enable each plugin alone in the order they were added to the plugin pack instead of all together would be useful in this case. But there are probably more ways to optimize WP toolkit for…

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  10. Ability to hide security warning about disabled "Search engine indexing"

    It would be nice, if this won't be defined as a problem/warning under security warnings inside WP Toolkit when you disabled "Search engine indexing"

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  11. panel.ini setting to select 127.0.0.1 or localhost for WPT WordPress installations

    When using CloudLinux's alt-php versions and when using Plesk's php version management facility instead of CloudLinux PHP Selector, the default path to mysql.sock is not set, or in some cases incorrectly set to /tmp/mysql.sock.

    Any php script, including WordPress, that is set to use "localhost" to connect to the database will then fail to connect. This can cause severe problems with the WordPress Toolkit.

    If, instead of localhost, the host address is set to 127.0.0.1, php uses a network connection instead of trying to connect to mysql.sock, and all is well. Naturally this assumes that mysql/mariadb listens on 127.0.0.1 but…

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  12. Create and Save Custom WPTK View

    Currently, WPTK doesn't save the settings if the amount of sites to display on the WPTK main site changes.

    The default view is 10 sites, if I change to "ALL" and close the session, the next time it will go back to 10 sites.

    WPTK should save the last view as currently Plesk does with other sites, like domains or customers.

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  13. wordpress toolkit table prefix mixed case fix/patch

    I'm not sure if it's still the case but the toolkit used to (possibly still does) create table prefixes with mixed case characters (or this is done via the security checkup for existing tables).

    Unix is case sensitive, windows is not.

    MariaDB

    lowercasetablename=0 default for Unix = stored as provided and case-sensitive. $tableprefix = '7a6pcDc' will be stored as 7a6pcDctablename in the DB
    lowercasetablename=1 default on Windows = uppercase changed to lowercase but still case-insensitive $tableprefix = '7a6pcDc' will be stored as 7a6pcdctablename in the DB.

    This is…

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  14. Faster deployment of Wordpress sites

    Deployment or cloning of WordPress sites and then generating unique wp-admin and FTP credentials takes too many actions currently.

    Ideal workflow:

    1 - Enter a subdomain name (the only thing to enter) and have all other options prefilled to match the subdomain name (database name/user, FTP user, folder, etc).

    2 - The site is configured automatically, including creating a subdomain, configuring SSL, creating a database/user, wp-admin user & unique password, FTP user & unique password.

    3 - All credentials are displayed on the last step, allowing copy/paste, including wp-admin (user, password), and FTP (server name, port, user name, password).

    1 vote

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  15. Ability to disable Wordpress Toolkit check

    Ability to disable WordPress toolkit check to avoid false positive and quarantine a WordPress instance that is not infected.

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  16. Wordress toolkit plugin "ignore" toggle

    Being able to make toolkit ignore a plugin (and themes?)

    (for manually fixed abandonned plugins with published exploits)

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  17. Add the import feature to the "plesk ext wp-toolkit --wp-cli" utility

    There is an export option for the "plesk ext wp-toolkit --wp-cli":
    plesk ext wp-toolkit --wp-cli -instance-id 2 -- export
    Starting export process...
    Writing to file /var/www/vhosts/example.com/httpdocs/futureinvestments.wordpress.2022-06-03.000.xml
    Success: All done with export.
    But the import feature require native "wp" utility to be installed, and fails via plesk utility with error:
    WordPress Importer needs to be installed. Try 'wp plugin install wordpress-importer --activate'.

    Such option (import) in plesk ext wp-toolkit --wp-cli would improve usability

    1 vote

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  18. Change WPTK target instance name when copying an instance

    When using the WPTK "copy data" feature, it also overwrites the name of the target instance with that of the source instance. This causes both target and source instances to have the same name, which causes confusion in other operations.

    Is it possible to prevent the "copy data" feature from updating the target instance's name, or remove the instance names from the UI altogether?

    1 vote

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  19. Provide WPTK with ability to manage NinjaFirewall plugin

    Currently, WordPress Toolkit allows only deactivating of the plugin in WordPress > example.com > Plugins tab. However, it should also be possible to activate it via WPTK, not directly in WP Admin dashboard.

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  20. Strengthen WordPress Toolkit password policy to match Plesk's password policy

    WordPress Toolkit doesn't have a strict password policy as Plesk has, as it allows very weak passwords to be changed to. Therefore, allowing WordPress Toolkit to have the same password policy as configured in Plesk or having a configurable password policy should increase security.

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