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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.1 vote
It would be great to have an option to export the WPTK "Sets" and then being able to import them in WPTK on the other servers.1 vote
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Add CLI command that prevents installation of the plugins that are shipped with WordPress by default
For example, the customer has a WordPress set with the required plugins.
And this WordPress set is defined in ServicePlans > ServicePlanName > Additional Services > WordPress Toolkit
However, after creating the subscription example.com in Domains > example.com > WordPress > Plugins can be found that plugins like Hello Dolly or Akismet Anti-Spam are also installed however they were not pre-selected.
Please add the CLI method to prevent the installation of such unnecessary for customer plugins.1 vote
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Currently, WP Toolkit offers possibility to add a subdomain prefix for staging.
So, considering the main domain is "domain.tld", WP toolkit offers "staging.domain.tld" as an option.
We use a slightly different scheme, and it our setup our staging will looks like "domain.review" (note "review" instead of tld).
It will be nice to specify default staging tld (as it currently implemented for "staging" subdomain) and have possibility to use such scheme of the staging (instead of selecting the domain from the list manually)1 vote
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Please, implement a feature for adding plugins to plugin sets from wordpress.org catalog via WordPress Toolkit CLI
The CLI command 'plesk ext wp-toolkit --sets -operation add-plugin' requires a plugin to first be installed either in GUI or CLI using 'plesk ext wp-toolkit --plugins'.
The issue here is that the 'plesk ext wp-toolkit --plugins' command is currently unable to install plugins from wordpress.org in the same way that you can via the GUI.
As an example, look at this set which contains 2 plugins, one added using the command 'plesk ext wp-toolkit --plugins -operation add -source-url https://downloads.wordpress.org/plugin/w3-total-cache.0.9.7.zip'; and the other…1 vote
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