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Iâve just changed to Wordpress for my small business, and set up my website, but I need some help. I keep getting a request for FTP Credentials, and can't figure out why. How do I make that stop?
Here I am.
1. Download and install FTP client. 2. Open FTP client and enter your FTP access credentials (host, username and password) to access files on your server. 3. Navigate to 'yourwordpresswebsite/wp-content/plugins' directory. 4. Disable necessary plugin by renaming its folder. 5. Check the result.
There is a very good example for making wordpress stop asking for credentials. This example gives a step by step solution with screen shot examples. Please find this website below.
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