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I have been having a problem lately with WordPress, it keeps giving me a temporary folder error message. The software keeps indicating I am missing a temporary folder, and I am wondering if anyone knows why or how I can go about fixing this problem?
Country roads, take me home, as they say.
This error is often because in your server's PHP configuration, you have not defined a temporary folder that Wordpress can access. To resolve this, edit the wp-config.php file in Wordpress, and add the following line: define('WP_TEMP_DIR', dirname(__FILE__) . '/wp-content/temp/'); before the line that says "Thatâs all, stop editing! Happy blogging". For more information, reference this link:
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