CoursePress Pro Permission required.

Why is the CoursePress Pro not Installing? I'm trying out this for 14 days and see if this is something for me.
My permissions are sett to 755 for content, content/plugin, content/themes.
And there is none folder called CoursePress at all in my plugin folder. I can install some other plugins but not CoursePress for some reason.

  • James Morris

    Hello Jackson,

    I've been able to get CoursePress Pro to install for you (I have not activated it), but I have noticed a couple issues you may want to address.

    * The server response is extremely slow. It took several minutes to install the plugin. I suspect there might be some issues with your hosting. See: https://tools.pingdom.com/#!/btUyD5/http://www.weben.com.au/unico/
    * You're currently running PHP 5.4.45. Version 5.6.x is the oldest, currently supported version of PHP. Versions older than that are known to have security and speed issues. Having your host upgrade your version of PHP will help prevent many problems.
    * Currently, MySQL is not setup with query_cache support which can significantly slow a database intensive site like WordPress.
    * You may want to add the following to your wp-config.php to improve the overall performance of your site:

    // Increase WP Memory Limit
    define('WP_MEMORY_LIMIT', '256M');

    You should be able to activate and continue configuring CoursePress now.

    Let us know if you have any further questions. We'll be happy to help! :slight_smile:

    Best regards,

    James Morris

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