Wordpress Plugin manual install how-to

This is the most secure way since we don't know if using the built-in ftp method of Wordpress is secure (that is do they store, record or transmit the ftp login information to a third party like the NSA?).

Upload or wget the plugin and then unzip it from the Wordpress website tot he following path of your wordpress:

/yourwordpressinstall/wp-content/plugins

Then navigate to the "Plugins" section on the left side of the Wordpress Dashboard.

You should now see the plugin you installed and need to click on "Activate" to make it work.

It takes a few extra seconds but is much more secure.

 


Tags:

wordpress, plugin, manual, install, tothis, ftp, method, transmit, login, nsa, upload, wget, unzip, website, tot, yourwordpressinstall, wp, content, plugins, navigate, quot, dashboard, installed, activate,

Latest Articles

  • Linux Ubuntu Cannot Print Large Images
  • Cannot Print PDF Solution and Howto Resize
  • Linux Console Login Screen TTY Change Message
  • Apache Cannot Start Listening Already on 0.0.0.0
  • MySQL Bash Query to pipe input directly without using heredoc trick
  • CentOS 6 and 7 / RHEL Persistent DHCP Solution
  • Debian Ubuntu Mint rc-local service startup error solution rc-local.service: Failed at step EXEC spawning /etc/rc.local: Exec format error
  • MySQL Cheatsheet Guide and Tutorial
  • bash script kill whois or other command that is running for too long
  • Linux tftp listens on all interfaces and IPs by DEFAULT Security Risk Hole Solution
  • python import docx error
  • Cisco Unified Communications Manager Express Cheatsheet CUCME CME
  • Linux Ubuntu Debian Missing privilege separation directory: /var/run/sshd
  • bash how to count the number of columns or words in a line
  • bash if statement how to test program output without assigning to variable
  • RTNETLINK answers: Network is unreachable
  • Centos 7 how to save iptables rules like Centos 6
  • nfs tuning maximum amount of connections
  • qemu-kvm error "Could not initialize SDL(No available video device) - exiting"
  • Centos 7 tftpd will not work with selinux enabled