[Resolved] WP ERROR when installing plugin: are you sure you want to do this?

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#548910

I am trying to: Install Types 2.2.13

I visited this URL: http://multitokens.com/wp-admin/plugin-install.php

I expected to see: Plugin installed Successfully

Instead, I got: WordPress error: Are you sure you want to do this? Try again...

Hello, I purchased Tool Types yesterday (Order #548511), and today I am attempting to install it on our website multitokens.com, when the plugin ends uploading WordPress reports an error: "Are you sure you want to do this? Try again"... when trying again indeed the same thing happens.

Please help me, what do I need to do to install the purchased plugin?

#548984

Hello,

Although one couldn't tell out of such a weird error message (are you sure you want to do this?), the source of the problem was with the max_upload_size limit, which for a godaddy cpanel apparently defaults to only 2MB...

The solution begins by uploading a php.ini file with higher limits, but apparently besides that one needs to visit the CPanel and kill all the current PHP process in order for the server to restart, recognize and apply the new php.ini file...

Thanks !!!

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