WPCore Plugin Manager


WPCore is a tool that allows you to manage collections of WordPress plugins and then quickly install them on any WordPress site. You can generate your collections at https://wpcore.com and then import them to your WordPress site by copying and pasting your unique collection key in WordPress.

سکرین شاٹاں

  • Create plugin collections at wpcore.com
  • Install them instantly on any WordPress site.

انسٹال کرݨ

  1. Download the plugin via https://wpcore.com/download.
  2. Upload the ZIP file through the \”Plugins > Add New > Upload\” screen in your WordPress dashboard.
  3. Activate the plugin through the \’Plugins\’ menu in WordPress
  4. Generate a plugin collection https://wpcore.com/collections/create
  5. Add some plugins to that collection
  6. Copy the unique collection key
  7. In your WordPress admin panel visit Settings -> WPCore
  8. Add collection keys
  9. Install the plugins!

ہرہک دے سوال

You’ll find the FAQ on WPcore.com.


مارچ 4, 2022 1 reply
It is always a pity when a once great product is left to fade away. It still works, but it is never wise to install a plugin that is so out-of-date. I wish I could find an alternative.
فروری 3, 2021
This plugin works by configuring the list of plugins on the developer's website, which then provides a code you can enter in the plugin's screen on your own website to retrieve the list. It is based on the tgmpa library, which contains a bug that causes an error message during some plugin installs, but the install still works so that's just an irritant. The main problem is it's difficult to configure the list of plugins on the developer's website. The search function works very poorly, and the list of plugins is displayed in a space-wasting, unsorted way, making it hard to determine whether you have added all the plugins you need. There also doesn't seem to be a distinction between plugins that should just be installed, versus installed and activated. Rather than a key to reference information on their website, it would actually be more convenient to have a field to paste in a list of the desired plugins. This is a bit too elaborate.
دسمبر 30, 2020
Great utility, works fine with thanks!
مئی 28, 2020 1 reply
A great idea, but sadly increasingly incompatible with too many themes. Most of my regular premium themes throw up 404 errors as soon as I hit "install plugins" from within WP Core. According to the plugin's support, there's "unfortunately nothing that can be done". Too bad.
مارچ 31, 2020
I’m surprised I never heard of this plugin before. It’s so useful, and it’s going to safe me time in setting up new sites. Thanks for keeping this plugin updated.
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Contributors & Developers

“WPCore Plugin Manager” is open source software. The following people have contributed to this plugin.

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“WPCore Plugin Manager” دا آپݨی زبان وچ ترجمہ کرو۔

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Browse the code, check out the SVN repository, or subscribe to the development log by RSS.

تبدیلی لاگ


  • Removed calls to screen_icon


  • Added WP-CLI support!


  • Update textdomain so you see notices


  • Update textdomain so you see notices


  • Update to TGM plugin Activation version 2.6.1


  • Add ability to export all plugins in addition to active plugins


  • Update to version 2.5.2 of http://tgmpluginactivation.com/


  • Remove wpcore_keys from options table upon plugin uninstall / delete


  • Minor fix to ensure only users with the ‘install_plugins’ capability can see it


  • Updated the TGM activation class to 2.4.2


  • Fix for error on php 5.3 and below


  • Merged pull request from cfoellmann/fixes and updated some urls for https


  • Fixed conflict when other plugins or themes use the TGM activation plugin. The install plugins button always works now.


  • Export active plugins to a WPCore.com collection.


  • Tested on WordPress 3.9.2. Works!
  • Added some more input sanity(ization)


  • Switched to ssl. Changed timeout.


  • Further optimization. Now only 1 API call is made for all your collections. Dramatic speed increase in when saving collection keys.


  • Increased cache timeout. Click clear cache button in settings to fetch latest collection info
  • Tested with Multisite


  • Fixed issue where in some cases users were getting Cannot redeclare wpcore_set_false()


  • Completely restructured the plugin to use the WordPress transient cache
  • Will only make external calls to WPCore API when you save and edit your collection keys
  • Major speed improvement


  • Reenabled the admin nag dismiss button.


  • Updated Plugin name to alleviate some confusion between this plugin and the WordPress Core.


  • Fixed bug that caused all the assets on the WordPress.org SVN to go missing. All good now.


  • Updated readme again (sorry)


  • Updated readme again (sorry)


  • Updated readme


  • Complete refactor. Adherence to all WP.org coding standards. More Object oriented.


  • Using wp_remote_get and wp_remote_retrieve_body to grab stuff from wpcore.com


  • Organized the menu. Put it near plugins cause that just makes sense.


  • Fixed warning for undefined variable


  • This is the first usable build
  • Add and edit multiple keys
  • Install tons of plugins all at once


  • Hopefully fixed the changelog


  • Nothing here either


  • Not too much in this one


  • First one