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e107 Plugins Guide
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Third Party code is external from the e107 core. It us developed, maintained and supported by Third Parties i.e. other developers. Not necessarily guaranteed to work with the current version of e107.

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Third Party Plugins i.e. from 3rd party writers and not part of the e107 Core distribution

Please Remember:-

  • Non-Core-Plugins are not necessarily validated or tested with e107 on all platforms.
  • You should test the plugin before applying it to your production instance!
  • Download from reputable trusted sources, e.g. plugins.e107.org

General Installation Guidelines

Here are some general instructions for Plugin Installation.

  • Download the plugin from the plugins.e107.org repository.
  • Login to your e107 website and open the Admin Control Panel.
  • Open the Plugin Manager if you don't have access to FTP.
  • Choose the Upload Option.
    • If this is not permitted check your preferences, [filetypes.php]and the server permissions for e107_plugins.

Documented Plugins

This is not a complete list of available plugins. To find all available plugins for e107, visit the Official e107 websites page where you can find sites that manage listings and allow downloading of available plugins. However, the plugins listed below come from 'trusted' authors. When adding ANY 3rd party plugin to a site you should be very careful that you are not adding a potential security risk and only add plugins that are completely necessary to get the functionality you require on your site.

Third Party code is external from the e107 core. It us developed, maintained and supported by Third Parties i.e. other developers. Not necessarily guaranteed to work with the current version of e107.