How to Install
- To access the admin backend, click on the on the top right and click
- In the left hand column, select
- To install a plugin, click on
Install. (Demo sites, skip to step 4.)
- Once this is done, click
Activateto activate the plugin. Once installed, it will show
Activatedunder the actions section.
Each plugin/extension that is installed and activated will often have a menu item added to the list of
Extensions. Some but not all extensions will need configuring.
These are plugins we built for Disciple.Tools. Currently, we have the following:
Disciple.Tools Genmapper– extends the Disciple.Tools system with visual generation mapping for groups and baptisms.
Disciple.Tools Facebook Integration– This extends the Disciple Tools system with Facebook integration. When Facebook users private message your Facebook page, it automatically imports a contact record with the private message content.
Disciple.Tools Webform– This extends the Disciple Tools system with a web form leads collection.
Disciple.Tools Demo Content– This extends the Disciple Tools system for rapid content addition for training purposes.
Disciple.Tools Mobile App Extension– This lets you use the Disciple.Tools instances with the DT mobile app.
- After you activate the Facebook plugin, under Extensions DT, click
- Follow the instructions to configure the plugin.
The are plugins we recommend, but did not develop:
UpdraftPlus Backup/Restore– Backup and restore: take backups locally, or backup to Amazon S3, Dropbox, Google Drive, Rackspace, (S)FTP, WebDAV & email, on automatic schedules.
Two Factor Authentication– Secure your WordPress login forms with two-factor authentication, including WooCommerce login forms
Inactive Logout– Inactive logout provides functionality to log out any idle users defined specified time showing a message. This works for the frontend as well.