Wordpress not updating
Then, look for and perform updates for any plugins you use regularly—including the Leadpages plugin.
You can update the Leadpages plugin from your Word Press Dashboard if you’ve installed Version 2.1 or above.
However, since each site is so different, you may find the plugin isn’t working as expected.
Here are some of the most common fixes if you run into problems…
There are thousands of forum posts opened everyday not only on Word but also on other forums and of course nearly every theme developer’s support site regarding very common issues that can be solved very quickly and easily.
I’m sure theme developers and community members are pretty bored of answering these questions over and over again, so I’ve decided to write the following post which addresses some of the most common Word Press theme issues so you can bookmark it and have it ready at your disposal.
Of course, if you are working with Upfront, you don’t need to worry about losing your customizations when updating. In this post, we’ll look at a few different methods, from automatically upgrading to ensuring a customized theme isn’t unintentionally over-written.
Our plugin is designed to work best with up-to-date versions of the platform.
Also, it does get updated, but only after I make changes to the website - like disable and then enable again a plugin - so it can store new cache, but for some reason, it doesn't do it automatically, and keeps using old cache when I don't make any changes via the dashboard.
When I make changes and refresh the page the changes are not reflected.
In this article, we cover the most common questions and issues related to Leadpages’ Word Press plugin.
Our plugin is designed to run on pretty much any Word Press site.
For example our premium themes all have the theme inside an “Installable Theme” folder.