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December 23, 2011 at 10:37 am #5109
When uploading the zip-file for the plug-in WP PDF STAMPER into the WordPress that is running on my local server the following error message pops up.
The uploaded file exceeds the upload_max_filesize directive in php.ini.
The plugins for WP eMember, WP Affiliate Platform, and WP eStore all uploaded and intalled correctly into the WordPress that is running on my local server.
How do I get WP PDF STAMPER to install on the local server?
Thank youDecember 23, 2011 at 1:50 pm #40026
What did you use to do the upload?
Usually, we recommend a manual upload with FTP in the binary transfer mode.December 23, 2011 at 7:06 pm #40027
“What did you use to do the upload? Usually, we recommend a manual upload with FTP in the binary transfer mode.”
I am not sure what any of that means.
This is the procedure a used to make my local server, make a database for WordPress, install WordPress 3.3 and then upload the plugins.
First I downloaded WampServer 2.2 from http://www.wampserver.com/en/ on to my Desktop.
I then installed WampServer 2.2 into the default directory c:wamp. I then defined Internet Explorer 9 to be my default browser for this server and then put Wampserver 2.2 online.
My Server Configuration is as follows:
Apache Version: 2.2.21
PHP Version: 5.3.8
MySQL Version: 5.5.16
Then I set up my password for MySQL server, was successfully able to open phpMyAdmin in http://localhost/phpmyadmin/.
Then using phpMyAdmin I set up a database called best_friend_training for WordPress to use.
I then navigated to http://www.wordpress.org and downloaded WordPress 3.3 opened the zip file and copied the archive. I then went to C:wampwww and created a new folder called Best_Friend_Training. I then pasted the WordPress archive into the new folder.
I then installed WordPress 3.3 on my local server. In my browser I navigated to http://localhost/Best_Friend_Training/wordpress/wp-admin/ and pushed enter. I was then prompted to create a configuration file. I did so. I entered the database name that I created in PhpMyAdmin, the username and password I created in MySQL, I left the database host as localhost and left the prefix as wp_. I pressed submit was prompted to enter a site title a username and a password, my E-mail and chose to leave the site searchable. I clicked install WordPress and successfully installed WordPress 3.3.
In my browser I then navigated to http://localhost/Best_Friend_Training/wordpressl/wp-admin/ and logged in with the user name and password created at the install. The dashboard for WordPress opened. I the clicked on the Plugins icon, pushed the add new button, selected upload from the menu so that I could install a plugin that was in .zip format. I browsed to the file where I had placed the purchased zip formatted files wp-affiliate-platform, wp-cart-for-digital-products, wp-eMember, and wp-pdf-stamper.
Wp-affiliate-platform, wp-cart-for-digital-products, wp-eMember all uploaded correctly and I was able to activate them. However when I tried to upload the wp-pdf-stamper, the upload failed and the following error message popped up:
The uploaded file exceeds the upload_max_filesize directive in php.ini.
How do upload wp-pdf-stamper into WordPress, when WordPress is installed on my localhost server??
Thank you for your time.December 23, 2011 at 10:10 pm #40028
Okay, since you are using WordPress on a localhost, there is really no need to upload plugins from your browser. Just unzip the plugin zip files into the wp-content/plugins folder on your server. The error message you are getting has to do with your localhost not having enough PHP memory allocated.December 24, 2011 at 5:56 am #40029
Still having problems
I took the unzipped wp-pdf-stamper folder and placed it in the wp-content/plugin folder. Then I went to the Plugin page in the Dashboard, the plugin wp-pdf-stamper was there but not activated. When I activated it, it failed to install and a yellow diolog box popped up with the message.
Plugin could not be activated because it triggered a fatal error.
Now what do I do now??
Thank youDecember 24, 2011 at 3:03 pm #40030
Please install this, and report the results…
http://www.tipsandtricks-hq.com/wp-pdf-stamper/minimum-requirements-for-the-wp-pdf-stamper-plugin-104December 24, 2011 at 5:52 pm #40031
I downloaded the plugin, activiated, it and then went to the setting page and received the following information:
IonCube Decoder Present: a big red X
CURL Library Present: a big red X
PHP Version: 5.3.8
The big red X next to the IonCube Decoder Present label indicated to me that it wasn’t present.
I followed the directions on the page and went to http://www.ioncube.com/loaders.php and downloaded Windows VC9 (x86) installer and saved it in C:ioncube. I have Windows 7, Sevice Pack 1, 64 bit as my OS. Is this the right Loader package.
How do I install the Decoder and library, and what do I do next??
Thank youDecember 24, 2011 at 6:43 pm #40032
I believe there is an installation wizard that comes with it, that will tell you how to Install the correct DLL file. When you have correctly installed IonCube, the red X will go away.December 24, 2011 at 6:47 pm #40033
I also found this for you…
http://www.esoftscript.com/manual/install%20ioncube%20loader.pdfDecember 24, 2011 at 9:59 pm #40034
I am having a lot trouble installing the IonCube.
I went to http://www.ioncube.com/loaders.php and saw that there were four different versions that I could download. I went to my php info page and founds out that needed version Windows VC9 (x86). I used the windows installer and installed the ioncube folder into C:wamp. In this loader package a Loader Wizard PHP script was provided to help with installation. I was told to “Download and install the script into your web space, and then launch the script in your browser for guidance on installation and selection of the correct Loader package”.
I don’t know how to download and install the script into my web space, and then launch the script in my browser.
Can you expain what this means and tell me how to do this??
I then tried to use the manual method that was explained in http://www.esoftscript.com/manual/install%20ioncube%20loader.pdf
I uzipped the ioncube file and installed it in C:wamp
I then went to my php.ini file and added at the bottom of the last line: zend_extension_ts = “C:wampioncubeioncube_loader_win_5.2.dll”
and restarted WAMP
This did not change anything and the big red “x”s did disappear
Please help some more??December 24, 2011 at 11:32 pm #40035
Did all the red X’s disappear, or just the one for IonCube?December 25, 2011 at 5:26 am #40036
None of the big red “x”‘s disapppeared.
In the ioncube folder that was installed by window installer there was a “Loader Wizard PHP script” whose purpose is to provided help with installation. I was told to “Download and install the script into your web space, and then launch the script in your browser for guidance on installation and selection of the correct Loader package”.
I could not figure out how to install the script or how to get it into my webspace or how to launch it in my browser. Because I did not understand how to do this I could not use the loader wizard php script to run the script.
I then tried the manual method described in http://www.esoftscript.com/manual/install%20ioncube%20loader.pdf and it didn’t do a thing.
I still don’t know how to make either method work.
I don’t know how to run the “loader wizard php script” and don’t know what I did wrong using the manual method.
None of the big red “x”‘s went away.December 25, 2011 at 7:34 am #40037adminKeymaster
We can’t really fix your IonCube loader installation related issue unfortunately (it is beyond our support level). This why we make it clear on our sales page that there is a minimum requirement for this plugin and we also offer the minimum requirement checker plugin so people can check their system before they buy the plugin. If you don’t know how to install Ioncube you will have to get help from someone who knows how to do it on a local server.December 30, 2011 at 1:50 am #40038
Thank you for your help so far,
I was able to get help outside help and was successful in resolving my IonCube loader installation related issue. Now when I run the Minimum Requirement Checker v1.0 the Summary indicates that the IonCube Decoder is Present with a big green check.
On the other hand there is still a big red “X” next to the CURL Library Present Indicator.
When I activate the plug-in a pop up box appears and indicates states:
WP PDF Stamper is almost ready. You must provide a valid License key here to fully activate it.
When I navigate the link and enter the License Key that was provided when I purchased the product, the following message appears:
Fatal error: Call to undefined function curl_init() in C:wampwwwBest_Friend_TrainingLocalwp-contentpluginswp-pdf-stamperwp_pdf_stamp1.php on line 0
1) Could you please tell me how to install the CURL Library or send me somewhere where I can find out how to do this??
2) Is the License Key that was provided when I purchased the product still valid??
Thank you for all of your helpDecember 30, 2011 at 2:49 am #40039
2. Yes, it is the same one.
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