All of a sudden when you are about to install a new plugin or theme WordPress ask you to enter FTP certifications. Yet, that also happens each time you need to install or upgrade a plugin or theme. So in this article we will show you how to resolve it by simply editing your wp-config.php file.
STOPPING WORDPRESS FROM ASKING FTP DETAILS
Open up your web browser and login to Webuzo Enduser Panel at:
Enter Username and Password you defined during Webuzo install.
Open Webuzo’s File Manager. The option is available in Server Utilities section.
A new tab will open with another login page. Just use the same username and password you are using it to login to Webuzo panel.
Now edit wp-config.php file by simply right-clicking on it then choose Edit.
Then put this code right after the Salt section or before the WordPress Database Table Prefix section:
define('FTP_USER', 'my-ftp-username'); define('FTP_PASS', 'my-ftp-password'); define('FTP_HOST', 'my-ftp-host-server');
- my-ftp-username with the same username used to login Webuzo panel
- my-ftp-password with the same password of your Webuzo username
- my-ftp-host-server with your server’s hostname or IP address
Once done click the Save button to save changes.
That’s all. Now you can try again installing a new plugin and you should no more found WordPress asking for FTP information again.