Custom Post Type: Arrange your website exterior using Custom Post Types. Structure the content to make it easy to grasp and visually perceptible.
Taxonomy: Group the existing and newly-added post types into specific categories to ensure smooth page-to-page redirecting.
Custom Fields: Expand the custom post types. Add as many meta fields as you need for the CPTs to look informative and neat.
Relations: Interrelate each and every custom post type in your arsenal to deliver relevant information on demand.
Options page: Create a special page storing all the additional options that can be further assigned to any custom post type or taxonomy.
1 Step — Log into your Personal account, click the Downloads block.2 Step — The Plugins block shows the information about all the plugins which you can download, the versions of the plugins, and the short description for each of them.
3 Step — If you want to download any plugin click the Download link. After the downloading process is finished, you can find the .zip package with the plugin in your downloads folder on the hard drive.4 Step — Now that you have the plugin’s package in .zip format you can install the plugin manually via WordPress Dashboard or using FTP-client.
Manual Plugins Installation (via FTP)Installation of the plugins via FTP suggests that you need to use some additional tools but nevertheless, someone might find this way more convenient in certain circumstances. So let’s find out how to do it in details.1 Step — To provide the installation via FTP you should have an FTP client that is simple and comfortable to use (WinSCP, Cyberduck, Transmit, Total Commander, etc.). In case you already have one, go ahead and establish an FTP connection.2 Step — Note, that you should unpack the archive before uploading it to the server using FTP. You can use any program convenient for you while doing it (e.g., WinZip, 7Zip, etc).3 Step — Establish the new FTP connection to access your server. Open wp-content > plugins directory in the WordPress root folder. After that you have to upload the folder containing all the plugin files to the plugins directory on the server.
4 Step — After that, log into the WordPress Dashboard. Open the Plugins tab and select the Installed Plugins option.5 Step — You’ll see the list of the available plugins. To make them work you should activate them. So click the Activate button right under the plugin you want to make active. Now you can use it.
Now you know how to install the plugins without the Kava theme and skins, using just the standard FTP connection. It is pleasant to note that you have one more tool to make your site unique and user-friendly.
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