Tag: installation

Why do I receive an error when I try activate the FooEvents plugin?

You might be receiving an error message because the FooEvents plugin was partially uploaded or uploaded more than once to your server which is causing a folder naming or permissions issue. Browse to “Plugins” in your WordPress Admin Area and delete all versions of the FooEvents plugin completely (don’t simply deactivate it). Then upload and …

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Installing the app

Download the ‘FooEvents Check-ins’ app from either the Play Store (Android) or the App Store (iOS): http://www.fooevents.com/apps/ Enter the following details on the login screen: URL – Your website URL (e.g. https://www.YOURWEBSITE.com) Username & Password – The access details of one of your WordPress users (e.g. ‘admin’) Please Note: By default, access to the FooEvents Check-ins app …

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Installing FooEvents plugins

Please first refer to our minimum requirements If you have an existing WordPress site and would like to install FooEvents, the simplest method to install the FooEvents plugins is to use the WordPress Admin Area. Please ensure that you have already installed WooCommerce. Ensure that WordPress and WooCommerce are installed (see requirements above) Download the …

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Can I install FooEvents on a WordPress Multisite or multi-vendor network?

WordPress Multisite environment or “network” FooEvents can be installed in a WordPress Multisite environment or “network”. You can read more about “Creating a Network” here: https://codex.wordpress.org/Create_A_Network Essentially, each user would have their own URL e.g. http://your-website.com/username/ and their own login details. The FooEvents plugin(s) will be installed on the main domain only and then all …

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Why do I receive the following error message “The package could not be installed. No valid plugins were found.”?

If you try to upload the entire FooEvents package, instead of uploading the FooEvents plugins individually,  you may receive an error message that says: “The package could not be installed. No valid plugins were found.” The solution is to download and extract the FooEvents ZIP file first before uploading the plugin/s to your website. You …

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