WordPress get plugin directory

WordPress get plugin directory

I would suggest to use a WordPress internal constant to solve this case:

$my_plugin = WP_PLUGIN_DIR . /my-plugin;

if ( is_dir( $my_plugin ) ) {
    // plugin directory found!
}

Alternative

The other valid alternative is to compute the path from the URL which is more complex/confusing. I would not use this code:

$plugins_url = plugins_url();
$base_url = get_option( siteurl );
$plugins_dir = str_replace( $base_url, ABSPATH, $plugins_url );
// Now $plugins_dir is same as the WP_PLUGIN_DIR constant.

$my_plugin = $plugins_dir . /my-plugin;

My opinion in this case is: Use the constant WP_PLUGIN_DIR

Yeah as per description of plugin_dir_path it will give you current plugin file path. But as per what you asking here you can do something like below unfortunately no direct way,

$plugin_dir = ABSPATH . wp-content/plugins/plugin-folder/;

Edit: 18-09-2021

The best practice is to use with latest version is WP_PLUGIN_DIR as follow:

$plugin_dir = WP_PLUGIN_DIR . /plugin-folder;

WordPress get plugin directory

Code For Plugin Root Path

$dir = plugin_dir_path( __FILE__ );
// Example: /home/user/var/www/wordpress/wp-content/plugins/my-plugin/

Code for plugin path

echo  WP_PLUGIN_DIR./plugin-name;

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