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<![CDATA[WordPress Install Issue]]> Please help me to solve the issue.]]> Tue, 05 Dec 2023 03:24:03 GMT <![CDATA[windows templare]]> Mon, 04 Dec 2023 02:21:38 GMT <![CDATA[Problem when odering from whmcs]]> Mon, 04 Dec 2023 02:18:12 GMT <![CDATA[PHP installation appears to be missing the MySQL extension]]> Sun, 03 Dec 2023 10:06:54 GMT <![CDATA[Upload Plugin in the WordPress Set]]> ]]> Fri, 01 Dec 2023 13:49:35 GMT <![CDATA[SpeedyCache 1.1.3 Launched]]>
The changes made are listed below:-

[Security] There was an issue in which a subscriber could trigger the creation of a cache using the test cache function, which has been fixed.

[Bug-Fix] There was an issue with the Object cache getting saved in the Redis which has been fixed.

The SpeedyCache team is working on improving the plugin to help you improve the performance of your WordPress site. If you have any suggestions or feedback do let us know at]]>
Thu, 30 Nov 2023 14:31:48 GMT
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Thu, 30 Nov 2023 12:11:41 GMT
<![CDATA[Virtualizor don't showing VMs from Proxmox 7]]> Any ideas?]]> Thu, 30 Nov 2023 12:09:12 GMT <![CDATA[Wordpress installations using auto-install have become disabled. [Help Request]]]>
•  You can try to import your WordPress installations manually by clicking on the Manual Installations tab in the WordPress Manager. You will need to enter the details of your WordPress installations, such as the URL, the directory, the database name, the database user, and the database password. You can find these details in the wp-config.php file of your WordPress installations. Once you import your WordPress installations manually, they should appear in the WordPress Manager and you can manage them as usual.

•  You can try to enable your WordPress installations by clicking on the All Installations icon in the Softaculous dashboard. You will see your WordPress installations in the Disabled Scripts Installations section. You can click on the Enable button next to each installation to enable it. This will move your WordPress installations to the Scripts Installations section and they should be detected by the WordPress Manager.

•  You can try to reinstall the Softaculous plugin in your Webuzo CP. This will update the Softaculous plugin to the latest version and may fix the bug that causes the WordPress installations to be disabled and not detected by the WordPress Manager. To reinstall the Softaculous plugin, you can follow the steps given in this guide.]]>
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