The plugin will create \”Advanced Update Manager\” setting tab after activation
This Plugin will create 3 tables \”autoupdaterestore_data\”, \”autoupdaterestore_backup\” and \”autoupdaterestore_updates\” for storage purpose
If the user allows Auto Update then the plugin will set cron as per selected schedule for plugin update checking
From \”Default\” tab
=> User can set settings like \”To\” email address where user can get update emails,
\”From\” email address so, user can get update emails from a particular email
\”cron schedule\” user has options like \”Daily\”,\”Weekly\” or \”Monthly\”.
=> Also user can upload sitemap for backup purpose,
=> User can take manual backup
=> User can change Plugin Auto Update settings
=> User can Rollback or Upgrade any plugin versions manually
From \”Backup History\” tab
=> From here user can view the Backup list of files
Cron will check the updates as it scheduled
=> By default if user select \”Auto Update\” yes then cron will set to Daily schedule
=> First time when plugin detects update then one mail will send to the admin
=> If user set allows to auto update plugin
then on second schedule cron will update plugin automatically
=> Before updating plugin cron will take Files and Database backup
=> After update will take backup again of updated files and Database
=> Then will Compare both files before updates and after updates. If found any errors then \”Rollback\” the update
and Mail to admin
Installation and uninstallation are extremely simple. You can use WordPress’ automatic install or follow the manual instructions below.
Download the package.
Extract it to the “plugins” folder of your WordPress directory.
In the Admin Panel, go to “Plugins” and activate it.
Go to Settings -> Set up the basic settings.
In the Admin Panel, go to “Plugins” and deactivate the plugin.
Go to the “plugins” folder of your WordPress directory and delete the files/folder for this plugin.
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