Okay, you have installed an extension – now what? This depends on the
extension in question. Some Plesk extensions can operate out of the box,
and some require configuration before they can be used. The way you
operate an extension and take advantage of the functions and features it
provides varies from extension to extension.
- Some extensions (for example, “Skins and Color Schemes”, “Plesk
Migrator”) do not add any additional controls to the Plesk interface.
To take advantage of their functions and features, you need to click
Extensions in the navigation pane, go to My Extensions, and
click Go To Extension.
- Some extensions (for example, “Docker”) add controls and buttons that
only the Plesk administrator can see.
- Some extensions (for example, “Ruby”, “Node.js”) add controls and
buttons that are visible to the Plesk administrator, resellers, and
- Some extensions (for example, “Plesk Cgroups Manager”) integrate with
subscriptions and service plans, adding additional controls that can
be used to regulate the availability of the functions and features
provided by the extension to individual reseller and customer
If you are unsure how to use the extension you have installed, read the
extension’s documentation or contact the extension’s vendor. If you have
installed an extension but are unable to make use of one or more
advertised features, make sure that you are running the latest version
of the extension and update it, if necessary.