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Mar 28, 2016
kalpesh

[Resolved] WordPress update error

If you are getting below (or any WordPress update) error when you are updating your WordPress to latest version, the problem could be:

500 Internal Server Error

PHP Fatal error: Call to undefined function wp_oembed_add_host_js() in /var/www/production/blog/wp-admin/about.php on line 31

- PHP version. Make sure the PHP version you have meets the required PHP version of new WordPress update.
- Opcode cache. If you are using opcode cache like APC, clear the cache.
- WordPress cache. Flush the WordPress cache (Wordfence, WP Super Cache, W3 Total Cache, etc.) you are using.
- CloudFlare. If you are using external cache like CloudFlare, make sure you also flush it if you still see the above error.

Refresh the update page and see if this resolves for you!

Jun 27, 2013
kalpesh

WordPress plugin install without FTP

Wordpress Connection Information Error

WordPress generally gives you page to fill FTP connection details when you try to install new plugin or update wordpress. The reason is it cannot write to wp-content directory due of lack of permissions to write. The best way is to change permissions and ownership of wp-content directory. But if you can’t do that because of some reason, then add the below line of code in your wp-config.php

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define('FS_METHOD', 'direct');

Other way is to change permissions and ownerships to wp-content directory as said.

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chown -R www-data wordpress
chgrp -R www-data wordpress
chmod -R 755 wordpress/wp-content

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Kalpesh MehtaHelping Magento developers in their day-to-day development problems since 2011. Most of the problems and solutions here are my own experiences while working on different projects. Enjoy the blog and don't forget to throw comments and likes/+1's/tweets on posts you like. Thanks for visiting!

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