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  • wpealbert

    (@wpealbert)

    Still getting the error.

    wp plugin update wp-file-manager
    Downloading update from https://downloads.wordpress.org/plugin/wp-file-manager.6.9.zip…
    Warning: Download failed. “Not Found”
    Error: No plugins updated.
    +—————–+————-+————-+——–+
    | name | old_version | new_version | status |
    +—————–+————-+————-+——–+
    | wp-file-manager | 6.7 | 6.9 | Error |
    +—————–+————-+————-+——–+

    Thread Starter wpealbert

    (@wpealbert)

    George! You are the coolest! Thanks so much for sharing that. Not sure what search terms I was using, but would always get plugins or stackoverflow links in the top results.

    I truly appreciate the info!

    Stay safe and six feet away, with hand sanitizer in your pocket!

    Thread Starter wpealbert

    (@wpealbert)

    Howdy Joy! Thanks for the advice. I see that the Network Admin doesn’t have a Site Health option, but at least the primary subsite does. I checked it, and was able to get it to 100%!

    Unfortunately, even at 100%, we’re still getting the error when trying to edit the code.

    Do you have any MultiSite Installations of your own? I just want to know that the issue doesn’t replicate on your MultiSite. If anyone is able to do that, I would truly appreciate it!

    Just go to the Theme Editor, find the functions.php file and try to add this line of code to the bottom:

    /**
     * Testing Theme Editor Code Addition
     */

    If it does work for you, can you confirm if you have a Subsite or Subdirectory MutliSite configuration?

    Thanks for any assistance!

    • This reply was modified 2 years, 1 month ago by wpealbert.
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