A documents library for WordPress.
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Error while viewing files in Memphis Documents Library - "You've reached the bandwidth limit for viewing or downloading files that aren't in Google Docs format. Please try again later".
Memphis Documents Library uses Google Docs to display the files including PDF, DOC and XLS within the browser. If you are having trouble viewing files and you are logged into your Google account, it could be bandwidth limit on that account. There is no bandwidth limit in Memphis Documents Library and in most cases refreshing the page will display the file.
If the message persists, please try signing out of Google, and then try viewing the file again in Memphis Documents Library. This should make you anonymous to Google and avoid the bandwidth limitation.
To sign out of Google, You can use the link below:
The error is based upon these limits set by Google for each account and here's the link to Google's bandwidth limit page:
There are two type of imports you can choose from.
Keep Existing Saved Variables
Overwrite Saved Variables
When you click the export button the document library will create a ZIP files for you to save to your computer. This compressed data, will contain your documents, saved variables, media and posts tied to each document. Once you've saved the download file, you can use the Import function in another WordPress installation to import the content from this site.
When you uninstall the documents library make sure you export all your important files. All data will be removed on completion of uninstall, this includes files, directories, posts, and media.
Requires: 3.5 or higher
Compatible up to: 3.9.1
Last Updated: 2014-7-15
10 of 14 support threads in the last two months have been resolved.
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