Fix when website when trying to update plugins, etc, Also issue with uploading images.
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I understand that you are recently experiencing error while uploading new images/plugins which says > Upload failed. Please try again. I was able to replicate the error on my end. Upon checking, I found the J query migrate plugin has to be enabled to ensure the WordPress features are compatible with newer updates. jQuery Migrate is a library that acts as a bridge for older code to function on WordPress.
The upload function shows the message " crunching" for new uploads now. This message can show up due to many reasons, the file permissions, issue with the wp-posts tables or the database error. I have scanned and repaired the WP core files and ensured the website files are clean as well.
If there were any recent changes/updates made to any of the contents, it is best to try reverting them to avert the issue or you can try adjusting the settings for the error as discussed in below provided forum articles:
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I have ensured the file permissions are right, there are no infected contents causing the issue, uploads folder is set up correctly and the wp-posts has the Primary key set up.
I'm afraid, this does look like coming due to conflict with one of the active contents on the website. It is recommended to check on this with the website developer and please get back to us if the developer requires any additional info/server settings from our end. We are happy to help you.
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hello , hope you are fine i have very good grip in wordpress, i will look out the issue and will fix that that is my portfolio you can check https://www.freelancer.com/u/samair0
I have some questions in relation to the specifications that you have provided. Could we please have a word? My Skills: CSS, MySQL, WordPress, PHP and HTML
I believe, I can fix your issue. But to do that, I will have to check it from your hosting back end, both bd and cpanel. If you agree, then I would like to start working on it right now.