September 11, 2012

View Which Plugins are Active on your Multisite Network

Recently I was performing an audit on my Multisite network to see, among other things, which plugins just weren’t in use any more. The trouble is that when you have multisite setup, you have to install a plugin at the network level and then activate the plugins on the individual sites that you want to activate it on…

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