🐪 WordPress plugin fatal error - Knowledgebase

The plugin has caused a fatal error

    The plugin has caused a fatal error

    If you see a fatal error trying to activate one our LlamasApps plugins, then it may be that the plugin did not install in a correct way.

    How to fix fatal errors

    1. Try to delete the plugin and re-install it.
    2. If you see "Failed to open stream" or "no such file or directory in ..." - then it is a permissions error on your web server. This problem is not specific to our plugin. You need to change folder permissions on your web server. Or just to ask your hosting provider / administrator to change the permissions for you to activate the plugins. You should take a screenshot in this request.
    3. If steps above does not help, please open a support request with your FTP or Cpanel details and we will try to fix it for you.
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