If a Plesk admin wants to install Wordpress, the installation always fails.
1. Select Server Management -> Tools & Settings -> Security -> Security Policy 2. Select (*) Very strong 3. Confirm with OK 4. Select Hosting Services -> Domains 2. Select Domain 3. Select Button Install Apps 4. Select Wordpress in All Available Applications 5. Select Install 6. Error message is shown! Error: Installation of WordPress at http://lyl-canbys.de/blog failed. Your password is not complex enough. According to the server policy, the minimal password strength is Very strong. To improve the password strength, use numbers, upper and lower-case characters, and special characters like !,@,#,$,%,^,&,*,?,_,~
But the password was complex enough. with 20 numbers+charcters+special chars!
I i lower Plesks Security Policy to (*) Strong, the Wordpress installation works. But lowering Security with password length 8 is not desireable.
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:
how to install older version of WordPress - version 3.7 has just come out and it is the only version I can install via the Plesk panel but unfortunately half of the themes out there only support up to 3.6
Window server 2012 r2: I installed wordpress on a domain using plesk. Seemed to work correctly. But when I went to the site www.example.com/wp-admin, the native or default wordpress install started up. I could find no way to bypass this, so I just re-entered all the same settings.
The result was that I ended up with 2 sets of database tables, one set named with my chosen prefix wp_blahblah_ and one set prefixed with wp_blahblah_wp_.
Not good, so I deleted the later set. Wordpress seems to be working, despite one error on the tables I can't reproduce.
I create a new domain then use Plesk Applications tab to install Wordpress. It shows the message:
Code: Error: Unable to install the app because its installation requirements are not met. Contact your hosting provider to resolve this problem. Requirements PHP extension The 'mysql' extension was not found.
However, php is installed and phpinfo shows that the mysql extension is installed. I try different versions of php, cgi/fastcgi but ll fail with the same error. I install Wordpress via FTP and it works fine.
There are knowledge-base articles relating to this error but they are for Linux and the solutions don't work in this case:
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Maybe the Wordpress database has to be created before using Plesk to install Wordpress? If so, what should the database name be? How does Plesk know what the name of the database is that it should use? Why doesn't Plesk just create a database to use?
I will have or not problems, (plesk compatibility) with this tool: URL....URL-Rewrite...I need install ModRewrite to use "Permanent Links" with some scripts like "Wordpress". I have try search on the web any alternative, and i found this.
I like know if this "URL-Rewrite" from Microsoft will cause me or not problems with my Plesk 11.5.Additional i like know, if i can create a file "web.config" and this file will accept all my custom configurations?.For example to activate the URL-Rewrite on a Wordpress Install:
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 recently changed the main domain url from website.com to www.website.com, this resulted in 404-errors when i navigated to wordpress...
I found a solution on the internet and updated the records with phpmyadmin [URL] ....
When I click on Login at the the WordPress Installations I'm still being navigated to the old website url. It supprices me that there is no option to change it on Plesk level after wordpress is deployed.
How can i change or update the wordpress path once it is installed in Plesk?
I'm using CentOS 6.2, maybe there is a config file or an database for Plesk?
See the attached jpeg for the complete error message.
All the sites are working okay so we know the databases are accessible and working. We have the latest version of Plesk 12 with micro updates done daily. This is a plain installation with no mods to the system files or software. This is hosted at 1and1.com; our other server at Rackspace found the WP installations without any problems.
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i went to server setting and checked manage php with nginx then start getting 404 Not Found nginx. It was clear that it s a problem with the wordpress permanent links so i went in wordpress back-end and switched to default links then it start working but when i switched to permanent link againi got the previous error again
I searched for a while on internet and i found . URL.... So the problem that i have is that i added this piece of code manually in : /var/www/vhosts/system/domaine.com/conf/nginx.conf....Since it s mentioned above
#ATTENTION! # #DO NOT MODIFY THIS FILE BECAUSE IT WAS GENERATED AUTOMATICALLY, #SO ALL YOUR CHANGES WILL BE LOST THE NEXT TIME THE FILE IS GENERATED.
if I try to use the new wordpress service in the admin panel, I get following errors:
By starting a search of wordpress installations: PHP Fatal error: "Die Suche nach WordPress-Installationen wurde mit Fehlern abgeschlossen: Resource with UID 'c94fef81-1552-43e1-ae5b-ce125776caa7' not found."
One installation is found but by open the detail view I get the error "Call to undefined function is_admin() in /usr/share/plesk-wp-cli/php/wp-cli.php(18) : eval()'d code on line 87".
If I try to fetch manual Wordpress installations, they run in trouble with the Wordpress support (doesn't recognize them). Also if I do a fresh installation of Wordpress, it's recognized first but all changes to plugins or themes within Wordpress are not recognized and handled, also if removing the installation in Plesk and rescanning for installations.
I know it's not specifically a plesk issue, but as I use plesk to resell webs and many users install (manually) wordpress, I thought I'll ask around.I would like to know if this can be done with a single sql select or if I would have to use a script to do this:
- track all mysql databases on my server - find the proper table in each database (as the prefix can be customized, the start of the table name will probably never be the same in two WP installations) - find the proper field in that table and check the WP version and administrator email
and then what I will do is send an email to those adresses advising them to update WP
I read in the Plesk 12 release notes that resellers should have access to the new Wordpress toolkit. However, when I login with a reseller account, the Wordpress tool does not show up in the left-hand side menu. What do I need to do to give resellers access?
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