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|Spot view Cron Job||1.0.0||100||2||246|
This plugin registers a shortcode .You can add shortcode [veteranlogix_cron_job] to any page to view list of all scheduled crons on your wordpress website .This plugin also adds a page on wordpress ba...
ckend to view all cron jobs.
|WP Delay Cron||0.0.6||100||4||690|
Prevent cron from running every time a page is viewed. Good for high traffic sites.
The WP Delay Cron plugin will prevent wordpress from running its cron tool for every page view. For high traffic sites, this can result in a considerable drop in server load.
|MultiSite System Cron||1.0||100||2||756|
For WordPress MultiSite installs, allows accurate and private system crontab requests instead of classic WP-Cron.
The WordPress Cron implementation needs web visits to be triggered regularly. If you don't want to depend on the possible visits, or need a more accurate cron requests, it's easy to setup the Linux crontab to replace the WP-Cron system. Simply disable the WP-Cron adding the constant DISABLE_WP_CRON to the wp-config.php file, and create a new crontab line with wget or curl commands fetching the wp-cron.php URL of your blog. But for WordPress MultiSite installs you will need one crontab line for each blog and, if you have many blogs, it is not simple to maintain and configure all the cron calls. Also, there is a risk to overlap requests, possibly affecting server performance or WordPress behaviour. The aim of this plugin is to provide a method to implement Linux cron requests for WordPress MultiSite with only one line in the Linux crontab. This only one request points to the main blog cron URL, but with special arguments, ensuring a controlled and private cron requests. Then, from the main blog is performed a propagation process, calling one by one all the network blogs (also with privacy URL arguments). In the network settings of this plugin you can setup the frecuency of this process, the time between each blog cron calls, estimate all the process duration to avoid overlapping, consulting amount of time of all cron processes, etc. Obviously, this configuration depends of your number of blogs, the desired frecuency of cron calls and/or the performance capabilities of your server, so you will need some testing to achieve the proper parameters.
Plugin URI: http://wordpress.org/plugins/cronjob-scheduler/ Cronjob Scheduler allows you to automate regular tasks and actions within your WordPres
Cronjob Scheduler Cronjob Scheduler allows you to create custom WordPress tasks that are automatically triggered on a schedule you define. The motivation behind building this plugin was out of frustration with other similar plugins that claim to do the same thing. Cronjob Scheduler allows you to run frequent tasks reliably and timely without anyone having to visit your site, all you need is at least 1 action and a Unix Crontab schedule! About This plugin was designed and built by Motocom. It is designed to make easy work of creating and managing custom cron jobs. If this plugin has been helpful for you, then please donate to keep our WordPress plugin projects running!
Keep WP-Cron running every minute for scheduled tasks without actually using Cron.
Cron not running when you expect? This plugin may help. Also provides insight into WP-Cron exactly like the Cron View plugin. This plugin will visit your site every minute and thereby ensure that your cron jobs run on time. It is mostly intended for people who can't use real cron for some reason. Note: This is the exact same plugin that was previously sold on Code Canyon. Contributions are welcome: https://github.com/hinnerk-a/improved-cron
|Debug Bar Cron||0.1.2||100||3||79948|
Debug Bar Cron adds a new panel to Debug Bar that displays information about WP scheduled events.
Debug Bar Cron adds information about WP scheduled events to a new panel in the Debug Bar. This plugin is an extension for Debug Bar and thus is dependent upon Debug Bar being installed for it to work properly. Once installed, you will have access to the following information: Number of scheduled events If cron is currently running Time of next event Current time List of custom scheduled events List of core scheduled events List of schedules
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|WPX Cron Manager Light||2.3.0||60||2||4098|
Cron Manager displays and manages any kind WordPress registered cron job.
Cron Manager displays and manages any kind WordPress registered cron job. From the main view you can see the list of registered cron jobs together and enable/disable them. Features Display all registered cron job Display the next run, hook name, schedule, count down and status Provides to real time execute
|Advanced Cron Manager - debug & control||1.5||100||13||35905|
View, pause, remove, edit and add WP Cron events and schedules.
WP Crontrol lets you view and control what's happening in the WP-Cron system. From the admin screens you can: View all cron events along with their arguments, recurrence, and when they are next due....
Edit, delete, and immediately run any cron events. Add new cron events. Add, edit, and remove custom cron schedules. The admin screen will show you a warning message if your cron system doesn't appear to be working (for example if your server can't connect to itself to fire scheduled cron events). Usage Go to the Tools -> Cron Events menu to manage cron events. Go to the Settings -> Cron Schedules menu to manage cron schedules.
|Crony Cronjob Manager||0.4.7||80||4||19383|
Create and Manage Cronjobs in WP by loading Scripts via URLs, including Scripts, running Functions, and/or running PHP code. This plugin utilizes the
Create and Manage Cronjobs in WP by loading Scripts via URLs, including Scripts, running Functions, and/or running PHP code. This plugin utilizes the wp_cron API. All you do is install the plugin, schedule your Scripts / Functions / PHP code to run at a specific interval, and live your life -- Cron it up!
This plugin allows you to take control over the execution of cron jobs.
This plugin allows you to take control over the execution of cron jobs. It's mainly useful for sites that either don't get enough comments to ensure a frequent execution of wp-cron or for sites where the execution of cron via regular methods can cause race conditions resulting in multiple execution of wp-cron at the same time. It can also help when you run into posts that missed their schedule. This plugin implements a secret parameter and ensures that cron jobs are only executed when this parameter is existing.