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Function Reference/is plugin active for network

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Description

Checks to see if a plugin is "Network Active" on a multi-site installation of WordPress.

Usage

<?php is_plugin_active_for_network($plugin?>

Parameters

$plugin
(string) (required) The name of the plugin sub-directory/file.
Default: None

Return Values

True
if plugin is network active, else false.

Examples

<?php
if ( ! function_exists'is_plugin_active_for_network' ) )
    require_once( 
ABSPATH '/wp-admin/includes/plugin.php' );
    
// Makes sure the plugin is defined before trying to use it
 
if ( is_plugin_active_for_network'plugin-directory/plugin-file.php' ) ) {
    
// Plugin is activated
}
?>

Notes

The file that defines this function (wp-admin/includes/plugin.php) is only loaded in the admin sections. In order to use is_plugin_active_for_network outside the admin pages, it's necessary to include or require plugin.php before trying to use it (as shown in the example).

Change Log

Since Version 3.0

Source File

is_plugin_active_for_network() is defined in wp-admin/includes/plugin.php.

Related

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