Wednesday, 19-August-2020. New version 4.14.4 of WordPress File Upload plugin has just been released.

This is a regular update that confirms compatibility with the latest WordPress version 5.5.

Furthermore, this version brings back the .po (language translation) files that were removed in the previous release, so that users can implement their own translations and contribute to improvement and internationalization of the plugin.

You can check more details in the Release Notes of the plugin’s support page.

Users can update to the latest version using the Update feature of the Plugins section of their Dashboard.

Iptanus team is constantly striving to make WordPress File Upload plugin more user friendly and more bug free, so it will continue issuing new releases.

For additional information or technical support, do not hesitate to contact us.

The Iptanus Team

New Version 4.14.4 of WordPress File Upload Plugin

5 thoughts on “New Version 4.14.4 of WordPress File Upload Plugin

  • Hello, can you help me?
    This my website
    I used plugin WordPress File Upload, but when I added the uploader to one of my pages and the file browser seems to work, but when I click Upload File I get a pop-up message with “No result from remote server!”. Anyone have some advice on how to fix this?

      1. Hi,
        I have the same problem as bambang. I have deactivated my Media Cleaner plugin, but I still get a NO RESULT FROM REMOTE SERVER error.

        Are there any other solutions to make uploads work?


  • Hi Nickolas. I’ve reviewed all the info on your plugin and no where do I see how, if I can, add a comment form to a site that already has 150+ pages and all new pages so I don’t have to add code to each page. Is this possible? Thanks, Bill

    1. Hi, maybe you mean the upload form?

      I suppose all pages have the same template right? So in this case you can add the plugin inside the template. Then, all pages using the template will show the upload form.

      A template is written in mixed PHP (PHP with HTML). You can add the plugin with do_shortcode() WordPress function.

      I can provide more information if you want.



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