Remove WP Engine Popups (a.k.a. backup notice on plugin installation)

When installing a plugin at WP Engine, you get a notice that says, “Before taking this action, we at WP Engine recommend that you create a Restore Point of your site. This will allow you undo this action within minutes.”

WP Engine popup

While this notice is VERY appreciated in most cases, there are some websites where I just don’t want to be bothered – mainly development sites.

I spent some time on WP Engine chat today, and WP Engine support superstar, Rebekah T., was able to remove the popups by adding the following line to wp-config.php:

define("WPE_POPUP_DISABLED",true);

Enjoy!

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