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To Find The Wordpress Installed Plugins In Host Cpanel

How to locate the position of plugins in the cpanel database can be a

thing of stress and time consuming for a first timer. Should in case

you do not know what a plugin is; a plugin is an application or

program created by a third party or an external source which can be

installed into a website or a web browser. Some also refer to plugin

as widget.



If situation prompts that you must locate or find your plugins through

your host cpanel, then this post is ready at your service.



Plugin is the term used in WordPress CMS unlike Google blogger that

uses the term widget.



To find the plugins in the host panel (taking hostgator or namecheap

as our case study). The first thing to do is login to your host cpanel

by typing some this (www.YourWebsiteAddress.com/cpanel) then type your

username and password.



The second step to take is look for where you can find "File Manager"

and click it. It will open and you will be able to see some lists.



The third step to take is look for where you can find "public_html".

It is among the lists (below "public_ftp" and above "SSL"). Click on

"public_html" and the list will be extended.



The fourth step to take is look for where you can find "wp-content".

It is among the lists (below "wp-admin" and above "wp-includes").

Click on "wp-content" and the list will still be extended.



The gift step to take is look for where you can find "plugins". It is

among the further extended list. If you have found it but you want to

check a particular plugin, all you have to do is click on "plugins"

and the big box beside the list you have been clicking will make list

of all your installed plugins in the big box; there you can look for

the specific plugin you want.



I strongly believed that this post will be a very easy guide to a first timer.

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