Support » Fixing WordPress » Quick one – How to replace an uploaded file

  • So, basically, the title. I have an uploaded file (a PDF) that I put up with the form for a new page. What’s the easiest way of replacing it with a new (identically named), same link), file? Thanks

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  • whooami

    (@whooami)

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    using an ftp client.

    1. open ftp client
    2. connect to your site using ftp client
    3. delete old file
    4. upload new file

    Thanks, I know that solution, but this is for a client-maintained site. There isn’t any way to do this via the web, with plugins, etc?

    Darn. Should’ve used Textpattern.

    whooami

    (@whooami)

    Member

    Darn. Should’ve used Textpattern.

    snarky remarks will get you far around here. not.

    maybe you need to develop your own solution, sounds like you might be getting paid — might also be a good time to learn a little PHP.

    Not meant to be (that) snarky. I’ve used TXP for the last 5 or 6 projects I’ve done, and WP for this one. It has its ups and downs. I know plenty of PHP (I’ve written about 13 plugins for TXP) but kind of thought this functionality would be common enough for a faster solution.

    I’ve noticed a LOT of snarky posts lately. It’s actually appeared to derail several threads, causing some to feel that they were being insulted by the haughty replies (on the Q side, and the A side). Anyone else notice that?

    I wish the volunteer helpers here would just post a clear answer like Whooami’s post #2 in this thread, and not some of the edgy commentary I noticed in several other threads the last few days. Maybe it’s just me, but it seems like this forum has had more debates and less of the clear support Q&A that I come here for.

    Geez, WordPress has a massive community and no ‘core’ community feeling. Snarky comments will come and go, as will forum users, undoubtedly.

    I was just bummed because what seemed like normal functionality was missing.

    I’ll post a link to the plugin when I finish it.

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