To get started with UltimateWoo, simply upload it like any other plugin. If you have trouble uploading the plugin through the WordPress plugin uploader interface, you can upload it via FTP. Here are the step:
1. Plugins → Add New
2. Upload ultimatewoo-pro.zip
1. Upload the plugin folder using FTP to your wp-content/plugins/ directory.
2. Go to your WordPress dashboard and select Plugins → Installed Plugins.
3. Activate the UltimateWoo plugin.
Once you’ve installed the UltimateWoo plugin, you can enter your license key on the UltimateWoo settings page (under WooCommerce). Activating your license key enables you to receive automatic updates for UltimateWoo directly from your WordPress dashboard and support for that website. To activate your license, simply follow the steps listed on the plugin’s settings page in your wp-admin.
To begin enabling UltimateWoo WooCommerce modules, head to the UltimateWoo settings page (under WooCommerce) and tick the checkbox that corresponds to the module you want to enable and save your changes. To disable a module, just uncheck the box and save.
Troubleshooting Blank White Page
The dreaded “White Screen of Death!” This is a fairly common problem that many WordPress users encounter at some point. The first thing you should do is enable WP_DEBUG so that WordPress will print an error to the page instead of showing nothing. This will let you or a support tech pinpoint the location of any problem.
Also, have you tried deactivating all of your other plugins (except WooCommerce and UltimateWoo) and activating a default theme to see if you still get this blank page? Sometimes, plugins can conflict with other plugins and, potentially, themes to cause this issue. This would be your first step. If deactivating your other plugins and switching to a default theme resolves the problem, there is a conflict. You can then switch to your primary theme and reactivate each one at a time while reloading the page on which you get the white screen. Once you activate something that causes the blank page again, that is the plugin/theme causing the problem.
If that doesn’t work, there are other options, as you’ll see in the WordPress Codex.
Additionally, if you aren’t getting any errors with WP_DEBUG enabled but a blank white page persists, it may be a lack of PHP memory. Make sure to add the following two lines to your wp-config.php before the line that includes wp-settings.php.
define( 'WP_MEMORY_LIMIT', '96M' ); define( 'WP_MAX_MEMORY_LIMIT', '256M' );
For more information about this, see this WordPress Codex section.
UltimateWoo is translation-ready for international users. To translate UltimateWoo, we suggest the Loco Translate plugin because it allows you to easily translate text strings right from the WordPress dashboard.