Manage WordPress Admin Plugins report, provides information on the following plugins WP User Avatar, User Role Editor, WP Control and more.
Last Updated: April 9, 2017
Latest News: I have updated the changelog.
When it comes to managing your WordPress admin panel you need good plugins to do the job. I think it is best to always use a plugin instead of hacking WordPress core files. Most users are not developers and they solely rely on great plugins to do the job. After all WordPress functions very well with plugins.
The following list of plugins WP User Avatar, User Role Editor, WP Control, Admin Menu Editor, Plugin Organizer, Remove Dashboard Access, Adminimize, WP Total Hacks and Amr Users will carry out all different kinds of admin backend management and more.
Information: Always remember to try and not have too many plugins added to your website or blog. The more plugins you add the more request and processing resources it requires to use from your server!!!
Please read the following link Help Support WordPress Plugins And Themes Developers to help support the developers.
Manage WordPress Admin Plugins
Use any image in your WordPress Media Library as a custom user avatar. Add your own Default Avatar.
Version 2.0.8 | By Bangbay Siboliban | Last Updated: December 09, 2016 | Compatible up to | 3.6 – 4.7.3
User Role Editor WordPress plugin makes the role capabilities changing easy. You can change any standard WordPress user role.
Notice: This plugin has more than 400,000 currently installed.
Version 4.32.3 | By Vladimir Garagulya | Last Updated: April 3, 2017 | Compatible up to | 4.0 – 4.7.3
WP Crontrol lets you view and control what’s happening in the WP-Cron system.
Version 1.5 | By John Blackbourn, scompt | Last Updated: April 5, 2017 | Compatible up to | 4.1 – 4.7.3
Lets you edit the WordPress admin menu. You can re-order, hide or rename menus, add custom menus and more.
Note: This plugin is very powerful and tricky. Only if you know what you are doing, you should install this plugin. Always test with other plugins in a testing environemnt before going live.
Version 1.7.3 | By Janis Elsts | Last Updated: December 03, 2016 | Compatible up to | 4.1 – 4.7.3
This plugin allows you to do the following: 1. Change the order that your plugins are loaded. 2. Selectively disable plugins by any post type or word
You might like to read my tutorial Disable WordPress Plugins From Loading In Post Pages.
Version 8.1 | By Jeff Sterup | Last Updated: February 16, 2017 | Compatible up to | 3.8 – 4.7.3
Allows you to disable Dashboard access for users of a specific role or capability. Disallowed users are redirected to a chosen URL.
Version 1.1.3 | By Drew Jaynes | Last Updated: August 20, 2016 | Compatible up to | 4.0 – 4.6.4
Adminimize that lets you hide ‘unnecessary’ items from the WordPress backend.
Important: This plugin has now reached more than 1 million downloads.
Version 1.11.2 | By Frank Bueltge, Inpsyde GmbH | Last Updated: November 20, 2016 | Compatible up to | 4.0 – 4.7.3
WP Total Hacks can customize more than 20 settings on your WordPress Site. PHP5 is required!
Version 4.7.2 | By Takayuki Miyauchi, marushu | Last Updated: January 6, 2017 | Compatible up to | 4.0 – 4.7.3
User listings, member directories, search, filter, export. Digs deep into data created by other plugins to produce unified user listings.
Version 4.5 | By Anmari | Last Updated: March 30, 2017 | Compatible up to | 2.7 – 4.8 Alpha
This list will change from time to time and it will grow with more plugins added. Please keep coming back to review the changes and additions.
If you have a questions please let me know