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CherryFramework4 and Monstroid Installation. Possible issues and solutions

This tutorial will show possible issues and ways to handle them during CherryFramework4 and Monstroid installation.

  1. First of all, you should contact your hosting provider, asking to configure your server settings according to the list below:

    		max_execution_time = 90 (required value)
    		max_input_time = 120 (required value)
    		memory_limit = 256M (required value)
    		post_max_size = 256M (required value)
    		upload_max_filesize = 128M (required value)
  2. Deactivate ‘Mojo’ and all the third-party plugins (if such exist):

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  3. Make sure to use the most recent version of Monstroid Wizard or Cherry Wizard plugin:

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  4. In case your server does not allow direct file transfer, add the lines below to the very end of wp-config.php file:

    		define( ‘FTP_HOST’, ‘xxxxxxx’ );
    		define( ‘FTP_USER’, ‘xxxxxxx’ );
    		define( ‘FTP_PASS’, ‘xxxxxxх’ );

    Replace xxxxxxx with the correspondent ftp access credentials. E.g:

    		define( ‘FTP_HOST’, ‘localhost’ );
    		define( ‘FTP_USER’, ‘mgreen_user’ );
    		define( ‘FTP_PASS’, ‘Pa$$word’ );

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This is the end of the tutorial. You have learnt possible issues and ways to resolve them during Monstroid/CherryFramework4 template installation.