|Deactivate Plugins Per Page – Improve WordPress Performance Free Download|
|Type||WordPress Plugin (Original Zip File, Not Nulled)|
|Name||Deactivate Plugins Per Page – Improve WordPress Performance v1.12.0 Free Download|
|Version||1.12.0 (Latest Version)|
|Update||02 Jan, 2021|
|Category||Utilities WordPress Plugin|
|Selling Platform||Codecanyon (Vendor: nikolaydev)|
|Download Type||Original Zip File, No Nulled Version, No License Key, No Activation Key, No Registration Key, No Purchase Code, No Crack|
With “Deactivate plugins per page” you can easily deactivate plugins on certain WordPress sites (or on all but one selected site).
How does Deactivate plugins per page work?
You can add deactivation rules for active plugins. For example, for a contact form plugin that you only use on the contact page, just add a rule to disable it on all URIs except on the contact page.
Deactivation Rules Options
1. Deactivation Type
– Deactivate on selected URI
– Deactivate on all URI except selected
2. URI selection type
3. [Page] Select pages to extract URI from (it will update automatically if the page slug changes)
3. [Custom] Custom URI condition
– URI equals …
– URI does not equal …
– URI contains …
– URI does not contain …
– URI starts with …
– URI does not start with …
– URI ends with …
– URI does not end with …
4. Affected devices
Grouping plugins that work together
If you have a plugin that needs another plugin to be active in order for it to work, you need to put those plugins in a plugin group and add deactivation rules to that group. Deactivating just one of these plugins could lead to errors or the global deactivation of the other plugin.
Do not disable any plugins that your theme requires
Some themes require certain plugins to work properly. If you deactivate these plugins, problems can arise.
Deactivation hooks are not executed
If plugins are deactivated via my plugin, the actual deactivation function is not called and the deactivation checkmarks are not executed. Instead, to make it work per page, the plugins are simply dynamically removed from the list of active plugins before the page is loaded. This means that if a plugin has some actions that it will take when disabled, those actions will not be taken when disabled via my plugin.
For example, some plugins add code to your “.htaccess” file when activated, and when deactivated, remove it. In this case, if you add a deactivation rule with my plugin to stop the plugin on a certain page, the “.htaccess” code is still there and works on that page even though the plugin is not active on it.
Do not use this plugin to hide sensitive data
It is not intended to be used safely. It is primarily intended for optimizing page speed and can also be used for troubleshooting or solving plugin compatibility issues.
Secure your page
Disabling plugins per page isn’t a natural thing for WordPress, and plugin and theme developers don’t expect that either. In most cases it works fine, but sometimes it can cause problems disabling other plugins or changing settings. Always make an up-to-date backup of your page and, if possible, test your changes on a staging page.