SimpleMOTD v1.1

Set the server MOTD with ease

  1. Erdi__
    Native Minecraft Version:
    Legacy (< 1.13)
    Tested Minecraft Versions:
    • 1.8
    • 1.9
    • 1.10
    • 1.11
    • 1.12
    • 1.13
    • 1.14
    • 1.15
    • 1.16
    A simple lightweight plugin with only one class to change your server's MOTD.
    /motd help For help
    /motd Checks server's current MOTD
    /motd set <args> Sets MOTD to arguments
    /motd server set <args> Changes %servername% placeholder to this
    /motd server check Checks current server name
    /motd title Toggles Title MOTD (Not compatible with \n A.K.A. newlines!)
    /motd reload Reload MOTD config.yml
    simplemotd.admin Permission to use all commands
    simplemotd.bypass Bypass MOTD

    Why use this plugin? Glad you asked!
    1. This plugin allows the user to create new lines by simply typing \n where you need the new line.
    2. It supports & for color codes
    3. It allows you to set the MOTD to a title!
    4. It's lightweight and easy to use.
    5. It's version independent!

    Code (YAML):
    motd: '&aHello, &b%player%&a!\nWelcome to &b%servername%&a!'
    : The Server
    : false
    : false
    How to setup config.yml:
    Set "motd" to your MOTD.
    Set "servername" to what name the placeholder %servername% refers to
    Set "title" to true for the MOTD to display as a title, or false for it to appear in chat.
    Set "opsbypassmotd" to true for ops and players with permission simplemotd.bypass to be able to bypass the MOTD message.

    %player% - Gets replaced with the target player's name
    %servername% - Gets replaced with "servername" in config.yml
    %players% - Number of players online
    %maxplayers% - Player limit of server

    Example MOTDs:
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Recent Updates

  1. Better MOTD update