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A General Guide On WordPress Plugin Installation
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A General Guide On WordPress Plugin Installation

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As there are a myriad of plug in choices for WordPress available, including for example post word count, rating system and frequently updated weather report plug ins, to name but a few, it is impossible to include them all in the provided WordPress core files. These free to download plug ins have been designed and perfected by volunteers. Users ought to remember that they are, after all, works in progress and therefore may require some extra work, but as a whole they have been carefully tested and are usually safe to download. How to copy WordPress complete with plug ins may easily be learned by visiting tutorials, such as, for example Tamba2, who offer very clear, detailed instructions.

New plug ins to add may be located by users in their Add New tab (Administration/ Plugins panel); as an alternative they could access the WordPress Plugins Repository website. Users wanting to have a go at creating plug ins of their own can find help in the page containing Plugin Resources. The Plugin Compatibility page helps to determine whether a plug in is compatible with a user’s version of WordPress.

Plug ins can be added by using one of two available options. The first, and easiest, is to simply use the installer built into WordPress. This enables the user to search for, install and activate plug ins directly from/ through the Administration/ Plugin tab.The second option is to install plug ins the traditional way – by searching for, downloading, expanding and uploading zip files and then activating them via the Plugins Management tab.

WordPress authors/ developers do try to make all installations as straightforward as possible, but some plug ins are likely to require more skill than others. Some important issues also need to be carefully considered before installation should be started. To begin with, all available information (in readme.txt files as well as on the actual webpage) should be thoroughly studied. The more relevant information the user has at hand, the simpler he will find the installation.

Plug ins to be installed always have to be both down- and uploaded, so it is necessary for users to know these processes, as well as possibly needing knowledge of FTP. Possibly necessary modifications to some of the  WordPress templates/ files make familiarity with CHMOD, PHP, CSS and HTML a vitally important necessity. These modifications must be noted – by adding comments before as well as after changes are made – in the code itself. Details of changes must also be saved within a separate text file on the PC as a future reminder of changes, to enable repeat if necessary.

Before, as well as after the installation of plug ins, the creation of back up files is vital. If possible, a second copy (specifically of the back up before installation) of these back up files should be saved onto the computer’s hard drive (how to copy WordPress and plug ins is explained in available tutorials). The second copy may be used to initially try out changes.

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