Documentation for AWS S3 Console - WordPress Plugin

AWS S3 Console/ Plugin documentation version 1.0.0


Getting Started #back to top

  • Item Name : AWS S3 Console - WordPress Plugins
  • Item Version : V 1.0.0
  • Author : ThemeDev

First of all, Thank you so much for purchasing this plugin and for being my loyal customer. You are awesome!
You are entitled to get free lifetime updates to this product + exceptional support from the author directly.

Be careful while editing the template. If not edited properly, the design layout may break completely.
No support is provided for faulty customization.

Introduction and quick start guide. #back to top

Thank you so much for purchasing our plugin called WP AWS S3- WordPress Plugins. Please feel free to contact us if you have questions or problems about this plugins. No guarantee is provided, but we will do our best to provide you with the best possible assistance.

First Step

  • Documentation - That's where you
  • License - Some info's about plugins licencing terms
  • Dummy Content - Placeholder content for testing the plugins
  • SampleData - Import Data to get the exact Site as the Preview Page
  • Upload - This is where all Plugins files are (zipped & unzipped format)

Please read more about wordpress here


Install Plugins

The first option how to install this Plugins would be to directly upload the aws-s3-console.zip file via WordPress Plugin Uploader.  
  • Minimal requirements:
    • PHP 7+
    • Php.ini settings:
      upload_max_filesize = 32M
      post_max_size = 48M
      memory_limit = 256M
      max_execution_time = 600
      max_input_time = 400
    • MySQL 5.0+
    • Wordpress 5+
    • Please make sure you have proper version of wordpress installed.
    • Log Into WordPress and go to Plugins > Add New
    • Find the AWS S3 Console Plugin click activate
  • FTP Upload:
    • Unzip the "aws-s3-console.zip" file from plugin folder
    • Open up your FTP manager and connect to your hosting
    • Browse to wp-content/plugins
    • Upload the aws-s3-console in plugins folder
    • Log Into WordPress and go to Plugins > Add New
    • Find the aws-s3-console Plugin and click activate
  • Wordpress Dashboard:
    • Log into your WordPress backend
    • Navigate to Plugins > Installed Plugins
    • Click Add New
    • Now you just need to find the "aws-s3-console.zip" in the Upload folder and hit Install now.
    • After complete installation click on active button to active The plugin.

If you are experiencing any issues during the installation I would recommend to check out this


Plugins Settings

Setting

Just go to the settings option, at first where you have to collect AWS access Id and secret access key then save it. After that, select the Region and finally save the system. WP AWS S3 -> Settings


Create Bucket or Store

After the Setting option, you need to go ‘Create Store’ option. In order to create a new store (bucket), you have to select Region and Permission. Then you will get an input field for your desired store name. Just put your store name over there and create it., go to WP AWS S3 > Create Store


Upload Files

Then you will get the ‘Upload Files’ option. To upload a file you have to complete several tasks. For example, you need to select Store, Region, Folder, and Permission then you can upload your file by selecting it from your pc. Go to WP AWS S3-> Upload Files


Manage Store

In ‘manage Store’, just click on your desired store file that you have created. Then you will get all the folder under the store file, go to WP AWS S3-> Manage Store



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Version History (Changelog) #back to top

Changelog


                                        #20.03.2020 - v1.0.0
                                                    - Initail Release