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Plugin Update

Installing the new version of this plugin is almost the same as installing a new one. Before you are going to update the plugin, we recommend you to check the following instructions below first :

  • You can put your site into Maintenance mode. For more complete information you can check this article.
  • Check the changelogs with the new version of the plugin right here.
  • You can backup the files and the database. In case something goes wrong with your web server, you could roll back your site to the previous state. Please visit this page for more complete information about the backup.
  • Right after you’ve done updating, please clear your browser’s cache data.

After downloading the new version of JBlog Elements from CodeCanyon you need to extract the file, and then you will find a zip file with name jblog-elements.zip. This is the main file of the JBlog Elements.

 

Update via WordPress


  1. Go to PluginsJBlog Elements on your WordPress Admin Dashboard.
  2. Deactivate the current JBlog Elements.
  3. Then delete the current JBlog Elements. You don’t need to worry about your site content, they won’t be lost.
  4. If you’ve done with deleting the plugin, then click the Add New button at the top of the page and then choose the Upload Plugin option.
  5. After that, upload the file jblog-elements.zip (look at the image above) and click the Install Now button.
  6. If the upload has finished clicking the Activate button.

 

Update via FTP


  1. Login into your FTP client.
  2. Then access wp-content/plugins/ directory on your host web server.
  3. Delete the current JBlog Elements folder or simply rename the JBlog Elements folder if you don’t want to delete them. You don’t need to worry about your site content, they won’t be lost.
  4. After that, browse to find the new version of the jblog-elements.zip file (look at the image above) and unzip the file.
  5. Upload the JBlog Elementsfolder into wp-content/plugins/ directory.
  6. After uploading process finished, go to your WordPress Admin DashboardAppearancePlugins and hit the Activate button.