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WP Parallel Loading System

The WP-PLS (short for Parallel Loading System) is a WordPress plugin that will enhance the loading efficiency of your Blog.

Plugin is telling me that I don't have permissions to edit the files

If for any reason the plugin is telling you that it doesn’t have permissions to alter a given file you will need to access your server, using your favorite FTP Client (Filezilla, Cyberduck, FlashFXP…) and change the permissions of the file to 777. You can revert them back to 644 (normal permissions of a file) after the plugin finishes the modifications.

My sub-domain health is is returning a 500 HTTP error code

If you get a sub-domain health notification stating that your sub-domain is returning a 500 HTTP error code the most probable explanation is that your sub-domain folder has 777 permissions. Revert them back to 755 and you should be fine.

I have activated the plugin but I get a permissions notification

WP-PLS will automatically try to do everything for himself. One of his biggest restrictions is file permissions. If you get a notification that you should change the permissions of a given file access using your favorite FTP Client and change its permissions. There are a lot of tutorials on how to do this as this is specific to your FTP Client

I cannot see .htaccess on my FTP Client

This is normal. A file started with a "." is interpreted as a hidden file, therefore, you need to activate "Show hidden files" on your FTP Client

I'm using a NGINX HTTP server. Will it work?

It will but it does require additional configuration and a bit more IT knowledge. All information will be given by the plugin if he sees fit. Let me know if you have any suggestion.

I'm using Window Server. Will it work?

I have been reported that it work with some limitations by a few users, but it does require additional configuration and a bit more IT knowledge. All information will be given by the plugin if he sees fit. Let me know if you have any suggestion.

I'm getting a Warning: get_headers()

This is probably because your sub-domain doesn't have http:// or https:// at the start.

I've configured my sub-domain on apache level myself and its DocumentRoot folder is the same as my main domain. Will it work?

Yes it will. Since version 0.1.3 that it will detect if we're dealing with WordPress .htaccess and if it's the case it will append to the file instead of replacing it.

Is the plugin safe?

Like everything in life, nothing is 100% safe. However I've implemented a lot of rules to the plugin to avoid any big issues. If for any reason you have problems with the plugin there are always backups on each of the sub-domain folders. You just need to back it up with the one you like. "Nothing is lost, only transformed" :)

Requires: 2.9.0 or higher
Compatible up to: 3.0.5
Last Updated: 2011-2-2
Active Installs: 700+

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