20 Third-Party Plugins

Last updated: April 26, 2021

For security, compatibility and performance reasons, Pressbooks restricts the range of third-party plugins that are included on our hosted networks. Anyone interested in using a particular WordPress plugin with our hosted offering of Pressbooks is welcome to submit a plugin request. All requested plugins undergo a review process and are evaluated with reference to our plugins policy.

Please see below for a list of plugins evaluated to date and the results of the evaluation. We update this list regularly (see the top of the document for a “last updated” date).

Permitted Plugins

The following third-party plugins have been tested and approved for use on PressbooksEDU networks.

Note: Available plugins may differ based on service level. Some plugins listed below are part of the Pressbooks hosting stack and may not be administered by network managers.

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Disallowed Plugins

The list of disallowed plugins below is not a judgement on the quality or suitability of these plugins for various use cases. Plugins are generally disallowed because they are incompatible with the Pressbooks application in a non-trivial way, they duplicate functionality that exists within the Pressbooks application, or they do not meet the performance requirements of our enterprise hosting service.


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