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How to install & update a GPL Plugin? 2024 - FreeHostUp.NET

How to install & update a GPL Plugin?

How to Install a GPL Plugin?

https://youtu.be/GSxic_Uyi9Y?t=17

  • Download a Plugin from our website as per your need. If you can’t find a Plugin then you can request it
  • Go Plugins section, click on Add New then Upload your plugin.
  • Once uploaded click on activate
How to Install a GPL Plugin?

You have successfully installed the Plugin. Now you can proceed with important plugin and Plugin demo installation.

Note – Generally, there is no license key with GPL Plugin. Most of the Plugins will work without a key.

How to update a GPL Plugin?

  • Unzip or extract the downloaded package if needed
  •  Go to the WordPress Plugin section and upload your Plugin. Plugins>Add New->Upload Now->Install Now
  • It will ask for replace the old version. You can do it without any hesitation.
How to update a GPL Plugin?

Wow, You just did it. The Plugin update is complete now.

Some Common Installation and Update Problems

Problem 1 – Zip Under Zip (No valid plugins were found)

It is very important that you do not forget that some products (for example those of (ThemeForest and Codecanyon) on many occasions come in a double compression, that is to say, a zip file inside another zip.

How to install & update a GPL Plugin?

Check your product when downloading BEFORE INSTALLING to see if this is the case because if it is, the main zip you downloaded will not be the installable one, which will lead you to installation errors like the one in the CSS stylesheet for example.

If you upload the main zip and receive an error, it is most likely because the main zip is not the installable one. Unzip the main zip and you will find the installable zip inside.

Problem 2 – Install Theme & Plugin at respective locations

Remember that the Plugins, Extensions, and Addons are always uploaded in the Plugins area. And the Themes always in the Appearance area.

Problem 3 – Not meeting hosting requirements

You MUST make sure that your WordPress installation meets the minimum requirements suggested in our Q&A section, which are as follows:

Make sure your hosting meets the following minimum requirements for WordPress:

Apache or NGINX based webserver with 1 GB of RAM
PHP version 7.4 or higher
MySQL version 5.6+ or MariaDB version 10.0+
Apache Module mod_rewrite

Problem 4 – Not meeting minimum resource requirements

To avoid errors during product installation, make sure you are using the correct PHP settings on your web server:

max_execution_time = 300;
max_input_vars = 5000;
memory_limit = 256M;
post_max_size = 128M;
upload_max_filesize = 128M;

Problem 5 – Upload big size Plugin through FTP or cpanel Upload

For plugins with a weight of more than 30 megabytes (which include the different templates), it is necessary that you make your upload through FTP or CPanel upload.

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