Is your WordPress genie giving you a notification that you need to update a plugin? We can take care of that for you. Or you can do it yourself, see below for more.
Your plugin says you need to update it. So do you do it?
In a word, yes. If you’re not sure, we can get in there, make sure things are compatible, and do the deed. If you’d like to give this a go yourself, see the links below for how to do it. If you’d like us to do it, just add this to your cart and we’ll get on it.
What you’ll get for this service:
- A check to see that it’s compatible with your version of WordPress
- Update plugin
- A confirmation that all is compatible and working.
If you’d like to try this at home, here are two helpful posts:
- White screen: plugin breaks something and you just get a white screen and you can’t log into WordPress and your site also gives you a white screen. Lovely. Solution? Best is usually to go in via FTP and move the plugin out of the plugins folder.
- Error message: something went wrong. Hopefully the error message gives you a hint as to what’s wrong and how to fix it. If not, did you happen to have a copy of that old version of the plugin handy?
- Premium plugin: some plugins don’t have automatic updates so they can’t be updated via the WP updates. You’ll need to download the plugin’s newest version as a zip file, delete the old plugin via FTP, and upload and unzip the new one. Some new plugins have an interface to help with this e.g. WOO Updater.
- Smooth as Silk: you click update, you wait a bit, and everything is well with the world.