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Updating WordPress manually with FTP
The WordPress application can update itself to a new version without the need for additional information. In the case of larger update sizes, WordPress displays a message that an update is available, and a simple click of a mouse icon allows a particular person to start the update. Sometimes, however, an update from the WordPress administration area may not be possible.
We will show you in this paper how to update WordPress manually with an FTP program. The first thing you should do before each update is to back up WordPress. You can still save WordPress manually if you do not have the WordPress administration area. Once the back-up is complete, you will need to install a new copy of the latest WordPress application from WordPress.org on your computer and unzip the file.
You will find a Wordpress directory in the zipped file. Unless you have an FTP Client on your computer, you will need to install and install an FTP Client/Client. You can connect to your website via your FTP clients. Read our guidelines on using FTP to file in WordPress.
As soon as you have logged on to your website using the FTP Clip, go to the home page of your website. In the Wordpress file system, transfer all your Wordpress file folders from your computer to your website's home page. The FTP wizard starts downloading data from your computer to your web host. While the update is in progress, your FTP will ask you if the file name already resides in the destination location, please select an operation.
New WordPress version may come with changes in the WordPress data base. Doing so would necessitate a data base update. As soon as you have loaded all the documents onto your website, just go to your WordPress administration area. Now WordPress displays a message about the necessary update of the data base. Just click the Update WordPress Database icon to continue.
After you have upgraded your data base, WordPress displays a successful report. Successfully manually upgraded WordPress to the latest release. Keep in mind that you should always keep WordPress up to date. Hopefully this manual has enabled you to manually update WordPress on your website.