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Are you sure you want to do this? Plugin / Upload Install Error

If you get the "are you sure you want to do this" error message after uploading the OptimizePress plugin to Wordpress please read on:

This error is normally because your Wordpress site does not have sufficient file upload limits in order to upload.
 
Solutions:
 
Solution 1) Upload the plugin or theme via FTP or Cpanel - Click here to view our members only training on installing OptimizePress (login required)
 
Solution 2) Speak to your host and ask them to increase your file upload limitations for Wordpress
 
Solution 3) Inside your wp-config.php file, add this line at the top of the file: 
define('WP_MEMORY_LIMIT', '128M');
 
Please note in cases where your PHP limit is also reduced you may need to speak to your hosting company to increase this.
 
You may also try some of the methods mentioned in our guide on Increasing Your Upload File Size Limits.
 
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