Release date: January 28th, 2019
- In case you’ve missed them, please see the 2.0.2 changelog.
- Fixed: The plugin no longer causes an error in the WordPress administrative dashboard on PHP 5.6 or below.
If your dashboard is still accessible, then you can ignore the rest of this article, and easily update via your WordPress dashboard.
However, if you updated to v2.0.2, and can’t access your WordPress dashboard any longer, then you should delete the plugin via FTP.
But, more importantly, you should upgrade to PHP 7.1 or higher. PHP 7.0 and below no longer receive security fixes, and puts your business at risk of nefarious attackers.
If you can’t update PHP, then follow the steps below.
Deleting the erroneous plugin via FTP
Please contact your hosting provider if you can’t or don’t know how to access your website via FTP. When doing so, also tell them to update your website’s PHP version.
- Access your website via FTP.
- Go to the plugins folder, usually located at
- Delete the folder
After following the steps above, you can reaccess your WordPress dashboard. No settings are lost in this process.
(Re)installing the latest version
Please follow the installation instructions of the Extension Manager here.