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Usually, if you need to download a plug-in or theme from your WordPress website, you will need to log into your website FTP or SSH connection to your website servers to be able to transfer your data to your computer. However, sometimes you don't have the FTP/SSH login information or something that's not right with your FTP or something else and you just have your WordPress administration information.
I will show you in this tutorial how to get the theme/plugin file directly from your WordPress administration area. In order to have it installed, go to your WordPress Dashboard -> Plugins -> New Add and browse for a download theme and then click Now then Activate Now. As soon as the plug-in is enabled, go to your topic page by selecting Image -> Topics.
If you hover your mouse over any topic, you will find a download icon added to each topic. There is also another plug-in named Download plug-in that allows you to download any plug-in from your WordPress dashboard. As soon as the plug-in is up and running, go to your WordPress plug-in page and you will find a download icon added to each plug-in.
Hopefully you will find this a useful way to download WordPress themes or plugins from your WordPress dashboard without FTP or SSH.
To move WordPress content folder to a new server
We will guide you through the process of download your HP contents file from your latest hosting. The WordPress page consists of two parts. The first is the data base, the second is the directory wp-content. Usually, the wp-content directory contains your WordPress assets and assets - such as pictures, designs, and plug-ins.
It starts with the download of the wp-content directory to your computer. Note that you can use our migration checklist in your user portal to successfully export your export phase in order to successfully implement your migration. There are 2 main stages in the download of your contents file. Find and open the WiP Contents file of your active hosting.
Please download the file wp-content to your computer. When your computer uses cPanel (a Unix-based web server web server web server web server controller ), you can usually get to your website directory by selecting the File Manager button and selecting Go (option 1 below) in the pop-up screen. Next, you can browse to the wp-content directory.
You can use the Data Manager to work with your data on your latest hosting. When your actual hosting does not provide the Data Manager utility, you can also connect to your data using a FTP (File Transfer Protocol). Once you have connected to the filesystem of your active hosting, you should be able to see the wp-content directory in the right pane (where the rose arrows show in the next screenshot).
Usually this is a child directory located in a directory named public_html. When you cannot see a directory named wp-content in the Panels, you may be able to find it elsewhere in the area on the far-left. You can name this directory /home/your_account_name or /wordpress. This figure shows the public_html directory (on the left), containing the wp-content directory (on the right).
In order to download a data using the Data Manager to your computer, you must first compact the data. Just choose the wp-content directory, click the compressor icon in the top right corner (circled in the next screenshot) and choose compressor file(s) from the pop-up area. As a result, a filename named wp-content. Zip is created and moved to the same directory as wp-content.
Please note: During all these stages, you will continue to work on the platforms of your latest hosts. Well, now that the filename is compacted, you can download it to your computer. Choose the filename wp-content. Choose a zip and click on Download. The next stage is to unpack the data set.
In this way the data to be transmitted is prepared. Locate the local executable that is now on your computer (e.g. probably in your download folder). Drag and drop the directory - it will be extracted inside the wp-content directory. Once you have connected to the filesystem of your latest hosting, hopefully you can see the wp-content child directory somewhere on the right side of the web page.
As a rule, the sub-directory wp-content is located in a directory named public_html. When you cannot see a file in the wp-content field, you may be able to find it elsewhere in the field on the-left. You can name this directory /home/your_account_name or /wordpress. Next, you want to download the wp-content directory to your computer.
It does this in the same way that you would normally copy a directory on your computer. Just choose wp-content and drop it into your locale filesystem. Normally this is shown on the leftside as shown in the following screenshots. Here you have successfully uploaded your contents to your computer and are set to proceed.