how to setup pre-installed wordpress themes and plugins so that customers can have them as soon as they auto-install wordpress? I am sure the files are stored somewhere, but can't find it.
Also, any way to disable the auto-install wordpress link from domain.com/wordpress to just domain.com? Some in-experienced customers will have a hard time since they wouldn't understand that selecting custom is the way to go.
My Wordpress Toolkit stops showing the Wordpress Installations.
Instead of that, is showing a yellow sign with the following error:
"Decoding failed: Syntax error"
I found this [URL] ... but it did not work for me.
I decided to reinstall several times my Wordpress site using my Wordpress backup.
The Wordpress installation using the Toolkit works fine, however, when I update Wordpress (core, plugins or theme) within my Wordpress dashboard, the Plesk's Wordpress Toolkit keeps saying there are still updates pending. Also I noticed that if I change the site's name in my Wordpress dashboard, the Plesk Wordpress Toolkit keeps showing the old one. (same happens with languages)
Although my website is working fine, after a while, not matter if I update or not my Wordpress site using the Toolkit, eventually I receive the "Decoding failed: Syntax error" in my Plesk panel.
Plesk version 12.0.18 Update #24, Centos 6.6 Final
We are trying to use the new Wordpress toolkit, but when we try to install an instance it says this:
Contact your service provider for assistance. Upgrade the system PHP CLI to version 5.3.0 or later, or set the correct path to the PHP CLI in the clipath option of the php_handler utility for a custom PHP handler.
Now that would not be a problem if the requirements were not met, but there are installed PHP versions that are higher than 5.3 and the website is configured to us these versions...
I'm attempting to utilize the WordPress Toolkit. After clicking scan on a webspace with WordPress installed the panel returns the error "'plugin list' is not a registered wp command. See 'wp support'.".
I've tried it on a few servers that has the WordPress Toolkit installed, but they all return the same error.
I have a clean installation of Parallels Plesk on my server, and I installed wordpress on two of my domains. I'm scanning for installations through Plesk Admin, and it shows two installations with empty name and the toolkit is not functional at all. Check the attached screenshot.
Did a fresh WordPress install on a subscription. I was able to install new plugins via WordPress, and directly upload a theme file without any issues. However, when I tried to use the WordPress import too (uploading an 11MB XML file) I received an Internal Server Error, which brought the entire site down. No part of the WordPress site is accessible. Odd.
Checked the Plesk log - no errors there.Nothing in the IIS logs that shows an error either.When looking at the domain's logs, I see the 500 entry logged, but don't see any sort of reason for it having happened, to be able to resolve:
For some reason I am receiving nginx errors after migrating all sites to a new plesk server. It seems only the default permalinks are allowing the websites to work, but custom permalinks aren't working.
Error page below. Not Found
The requested document was not found on this server.
I have 2 different shared hosting accounts with 2 different hosts. On 1 hosting account I can install Wordpress plugins by clicking on the "install" link and everything is done, all I have to do is activate the plugin and I'm in business. On my other hosting account I signed up for yesterday, when I try to install a plugin I'm taken to a "Connection Information" screen. It says, "To perform the requested action, connection information is required" and there's a box for the hostname, username, password, and connection type (FTP or FTPS).
I also noticed that when I search for a plugin, the rating stars are all white (no yellow) on the hosting account that asks for the FTP info.
Both of these accounts were installed with Fantastico. Any ideas why my new hosting account acts this way?
I'm migrating 11 domains from my old server to my new server, and it's been running now for 3 hours and the progress section shows 100% but it looks like it's still running.
And each time I check the "Domains" section I see a couple of my domains listed but not all of them yet, and the ones I do see the "Disk Usage" on one of my domains that I know is large shows the same figure each time I go to this page; it doesn't seem like it has increased at all.
How can I tell if the migration is still processing or if it has froze and I should restart the migration again?
Since upgrading to 12.0.18 i have picked up a strange problem when creating a new email account.The Mail tab is not displayed and does not allow me to create email accounts, in version 11.5 I also appeared tab. I have reviewed the FAQ and the solution to change tables in the DB does not serve 11.5 (I understand that by varying the field names and values in 12.0.18).
We successfully migrated web and email from a Plesk 9.3 system to the new Plesk 12.0 system. Afterwards i try to install new extensions and / or try to delete existing extensions and receive the following error:
Die Erweiterung Webserver Configurations Troubleshooter kann nicht entfernt werden: crontabmng failed: /usr/bin/crontab execution failed: "crontabViWP46":11: bad command errors in crontab file, can't install. System error: crontab execution error
Means that i am not able to delete the extension "Webserver Configurations Troubleshooter". But the extension is delete (but not completelly - only a checkbox is shown without entry).
Is something comes with a config of the old server? All works proper until migration.
We have a problem migrating from 11.0.9 to a different server running 12.0.18. Our Plesk 11 server is running great since years ago. We have 3 resellers there, say reseller1 with 17 domains, reseller2 with 13 domains and reseller3 with 250 domains.
First, we executed a complete server migration with: /usr/local/psa/bin/migrate -m -host xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx -password xxxxxx -ip-mapping /root/migration-mapping.txt -skip-license -replace-existing-objects true
The process ran properly, but in the end we've found reseller1 and reseller2 were NOT migrated. No errors were reported tho.
While investigating this issue we have found:
1) "/usr/local/psa/bin/migrate --list-resellers" returns only reseller3. So it looks like reseller1 and reseller2 are not "seen" by the migrate utility.
2) /usr/local/psa/bin/migrate -mr reseller1 returns: Migration started at: 2015-06-03 04:21:11 The following clients not exist: reseller1
3) /usr/local/psa/bin/migrate --list-subscriptions returns the 250 subscriptions of reseller3, but no single mention to reseller1 and reseller2 subscriptions.
In short, reseller1 and reseller2 are invisible for the migration utility. Both missing resellers are ok, enabled and active in our Plesk 11 server.
We are now stuck on the migration process and wondering if this could be a bug in the migrate utility? or some inconsistence in our Plesk 11?
I had a old virtual Server with Ubuntu+Plesk12. I build a new dedicated Server with CentOS6+Plesk12 and migrate all Domains. Now i have a strange problem:
When i upload a file with FTP-User "user1", the file has the permissions Group=psacln & Owner=user1. All is fine, i can see and edit this file in a FTP-Program. But when my website create a file (cache html files or installed plugin folders in wordpress), I can't see, can't edit and can't download this files.
When i login to plesk with the admin account, i can see and edit this files. They have also Group=psacln & Owner=user1 and i can give them 0666 rights but when i login with FTP-User "user1" with my FTP-Program, I didn't see that files?!
I have recently migrated to new server with Plesk 12. There was a webalizer even I used to have awstat. So I installed awstat and changed it in the settings. But every day when I synchronized the abonnement it changed alone back to Webalizer ... which I dont want
When I tried to deactivate or deinstall Webalizer in plesk using the update manager, I got an error:
"Some errors occured during installation."
Solved, changed settings in Customer Service Plan and synchronized...
I've searched and tried every solution to this I could find. When Plesk 12.1 is configured to process php by nginx, I just can't get Wordpress permalinks to work. If I switch permalinks to default the pages will appear, but if I use something like day and date for the permalinks I get a Nginx 404 error. Of course if I'm just using Apache and it can read the .htaccess file everything works fine. I think part of the reason the solutions I find won't work is my main site is static with the wordpress blog in the /blog/ subdirectory. What would I add in Plesk to get permalinks to work correctly with wordpress in a /blog subdirectory. I'd also like to get WP Super cache working as well if possible.
I am setting up a new server and started to migrate domains from an 11.x plesk server to this new server with plesk 12.x on it. Everything works fine, domains, users, mailboxes, everything is migrated - except the horde settings inside the webmail. I recognized this after my first login into webmail, normally the inbox is shown (I configured my webmaoil this way) but after the migration this setting is lost - including all other settings. How to migrate this settings?