SpigotWhitelist 1.0

A Spigot plugin that replaces the default Spigot whitelist and adds more features

  1. ArgonBird18
    What does it do?
    SpigotWhitelist is a plugin to replace the default Spigot whitelist. It adds more features like custom whitelist messages and custom kick reasons. The plugin was created for Spigot, but it also works for CraftBukkit 1.8. And if you are looking for a BungeeCord whitelist, this plugin does not have BungeeCord support.

    Commands
    All commands for the whitelist are done with /swht /swht on Activates the whitelist

    /swht off Deactivates the whitelist

    /swht add <player> Adds a player to the whitelist

    /swht remove <player> Removes a player from the whitelist

    /swht list [page] Lists the players on the whitelist

    /swht message <message> Sets the message to display when a player is kicked by the whitelist

    /swht result <result> Sets the result. Can be banned (A banned message), full (A full server message),other (Just displays the message set by the /swht message command), whitelist (The default "not whitelisted" message)

    /swht say <on/off> Turns on and off the whitelist message in chat

    Code (on my GitHub)

    View on Bukkit.org
    BimIce and TyDesigns like this.

Recent Reviews

  1. kadepcgames
    kadepcgames
    5/5,
    Version: 1.0
    Really Nice Works Like A Charm! I dont think it even needs inprovement its just so good!
  2. Hawkeye111
    Hawkeye111
    5/5,
    Version: 1.0
    Best whitelist plugin yet :)
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  3. TyDesigns
    TyDesigns
    5/5,
    Version: 1.0
    Great! Works perfectly for my 1.8 server. This plugin definitely deserves higher ratings.

    I don't understand the "/crashplayer" command but all is well :)
  4. VexxmMC
    VexxmMC
    4/5,
    Version: 1.0
    Allow Colour Codes and this would be good. Very easy to use and configure...

    Good plugin all round don't know why it hasn't got more reviews
    Inactive Dev maybe, i guess we'll see.