Webcraftic Updates Manager is a light yet powerful plugin which enables you to manage all types of updates on your single site install.
With loads of settings making endless possibilities for configuration, Webcraftic Updates Manager is an obvious choice for anyone wanting to take control of their websites updates.
Disable all updates – This setting quite easily just overrides all other settings and disables everything.
Disable updates of the WordPress Core – This setting is used to toggle on and off the WordPress core updates.
Disable plugins updates – This setting is used to disable all plugins updates on your website.
Disable themes updates – This setting is used to disable all theme updates on your website.
Enable Major Releases – This setting toggles whether or not you want the major WordPress core versions to automatically update themselves.
Enable Minor Releases – This setting toggles whether or not you want the minor WordPress core versions to automatically update themselves.
Enable Development Updates – This setting toggles whether or not you want the bleeding edge version of WordPress to automatically update itself.
Enable automatic plugins updates – This setting can either automatically update all your plugins, or automatically update any select plugins you want.
Enable automatic themes updates – This setting can either automatically update all your themes, or automatically update any select themes you want.
Disable translation updates – This setting can unable automatic updating for translation updates.
Disable automatic updates for plugins.
Disable automatic updates for themes.
Disable automatic updates for core.
Some functions are taken from the following popular plugins Easy Updates Manager, Clearfy – disable unused features, WP Disables Updates, Companion Auto Update, Disable All WordPress Updates, WP Updates Settings, WP Disable Automatic Updates
- English – default, always included
If you want to help with the translation, please contact me through this site or through the contacts inside the plugin.
This section describes how to install the plugin and get it working.
- Upload the plugin files to the
/wp-content/plugins/plugin-namedirectory, or install the plugin through the WordPress plugins screen directly.
- Activate the plugin through the ‘Plugins’ screen in WordPress
- Use the Settings->Webcrfatic update manager screen to configure the plugin
“Disable core, plugins, themes updates and enable automatic updates” is open source software. The following people have contributed to this plugin.