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put my most used wp plugins into one script?

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There are a standard group of wp plugins I use in launching a website. Pain in the butt to have to load each one. Is there a way to incorporate the most used into one "script" or program? Using Wordpress, and I'm hosted via cPanel.

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Jason C. Levine earned 500 total points
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You can do this in several different ways.

I personally use ManageWP to keep my sites up to date and they have a feature where you can batch install plugins based on any number of selection criteria or curation but this may not be the kind of service you want.  InfiniteWP can also do what ManageWP does and a similar service just for new installations is WP Roller:

http://wproller.com/

There are several plugins that provide a similar function:

https://wordpress.org/plugins/multi-plugin-installer/
https://wordpress.org/plugins/install-profiles/ (old, but still works)

If you want to script your own solution, the WP CLI (command line interface) will work too:

https://wp-cli.org/commands/plugin/install/
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Jason thank you so much!!
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Very detailed and informative. Thanks!!
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