This mod helps the administrators who setup and manage Minecraft Servers.  There are specific commands and features they can make to enhance the users experience.   The following are complete Book Commands that can be used in-game.

Shortcuts to written books that can be copied/pasted into a command block.















Opens this website to get these commands and gamerule options

Sets the current in-game time to 10:00AM

Opens this website to get the gamerule commands in a book

Changes players gamemode to Adventure

Changes players gamemode to Creative

Changes players gamemode to Survival

Changes players gamemode to Spectator

Sets the current in-game time to 10:00PM

Displays the gamerule default values in a GUI

Sets the in-game weather to raining/snowing depending on biome

Turns off the in-game weather for raining/snowing depending on biome


When raining, thunder and lightning will be turned on

Turns off thunder and lightning when raining file

The file instructs your minecraft server on what state to be in, who can access the server and what defaults you want to start with.  Normally, this is a one-time setup but when starting a new server, you may need to tweak these settings.

There are many default settings that can restrict or enable access to your server.  All server owners should read, test and understand what each option provides.  Depending on who or what you want to allow access to the server for, many settings may need to change from their defaults.

As of 1.14.x, here is a current description of each setting of the and what the defaults are.


The whitelist.json file instructs your minecraft server exactly who can access the server and what their corresponding registered Minecraft User Name and UUID are.  Only these accounts will be allowed access to the server.  This is especially useful to keep hacked clients (pirated software) off your server for your protection as well as other players.  If the player won't pay for Minecraft, they will most likely not follow other rules you impose.

How to configure this file can be found here.


The ops.json file assigns elevated access to players joining.  The default Op Level is configured in the, but having the Player Name & UUID here either increases or decreases what they can do.

How to configure this file can be found here.