When managing a large WordPress community or when your WordPress setup is a little more than a simple blog, it can be useful to see things from your user’s perspective. I have created a simple Must Use Plugin you can just drop into your WordPress installation that allows a Super Administrator user to login as any user on your website (except for other Super Administrators). This is a highly useful functionality when you need to verify that your interfaces are working not only for your Super Administrator roles, but your other user roles as well.
Check out the plugin on GitHub at: https://github.com/kynatro/loginasuser
I’ve done a lot of WordPress plugin development lately and thought I’d share some of the great little tools that I’ve used during creation. To start giving back to the community, I’ve decided to make public my OOP WordPress plugin boilerplate and my Utility Functions MU plugin – both valuable tools that I use whenever I’m building a new masterpiece with WordPress.
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So, one of the biggest flaws with WordPress is that, unless the author has written their plugin well, it will load on every single post or page on your website. This is often overkill as there will be some plugins that only apply to a specific section of your website. In an effort to provide greater control, lighten memory load and increase page load times I have written a very simple plugin to control what plugins load where.
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