If you buy the plugin now you can use it for lifetime (without paying again). Support and updates are limited to one year, however the plugin will not be disabled after that year, so you can just keep using it.
One license is only valid for one website. However, we offer discounts of 20% on your second purchase & following.
To benefit from those discounts, please contact us after you purchased your first license.
We provide refunds if the plugin does not work on your site, and you gave us a chance to fix it (support is included in the Premium Plugin).
We do not provide refunds if you simply decide not to use it after purchase. The reason is that software products can easily be copied and not really be ‘returned’. We do not have any influence over what is done with the plugin after it has been downloaded. If we offered refunds in those cases, it would be possible to purchase the plugin, claim a refund, and keep using it.
Please ensure that you entered the correct name of your business, and the correct VAT number (including the two letters for the country code at the beginning).
You can also check if it is valid on the VAT site of the European Commission (fill the first two boxes on that page). There you can also double check under which name your business is registered. Please use that as business name when you enter it on our site.
Please have a look at this list.
Please have a look at this installation guide.
This points to your server having low limits with respect to permitted upload times. Please set the values in the php.ini file to 90 for “max_execution_time” and to 48MB for “post_max_size”.
If you do not know how to do it, please contact your server support / hosting company for that (we would do it ourselves for you, but we cannot do it, it is a server thing).
An alternative way is to upload the plugin via FTP:
1. Unzip the plugin on your computer, which will uncompress all files. They will most likely be in a folder whose name is the same as the name of the plugin.
2. Upload that plugin’s folder via FTP to your website’s wp-content/plugins/ directory. Once it is there, you will be able to install the plugin from your plugins admin page when logged in.
Please ensure that you are actually uploading the zip-file you received after downloading.
On Mac sometimes the file gets unzipped automatically. In this case, either zip it again (right click on the folder and select “compress”) or prevent the automatic unpacking by your Mac, see here.
This error message points to the fact that you still have the PLUS plugin installed. Please delete it, and then try to install the Premium Plugin again.
This means your server has difficulties communicating with our server. In most cases the reason for this is that there are restrictions on outgoing connections on your server, e.g. because of a firewall. Please ask your hosting company / server team to either a) temporarily de-activate the firewall (port 443) for a minute (at least the outgoing connections) or b) whitelist 184.108.40.206 as IP so that your server can communicate with our server.
1.) Install the plugin on the parent site but do not activate it
2.) Activate it on the child site where you want to use it
Please ensure that:
If you are not familiar with those, please contact your hosting company or server admin.
Please check if you have browser extensions activated which may conflict with the plugin. Known culprits include:
Either de-activate those extensions or try it in a different browser.
With the premium plugin, you can define which image and text should show when people share your page(s). You can either set a global sharing image & text (under question 6 in the plugin), or define it individually per post or page. For the latter, please insert this information on the edit post/page-page (i.e. on the page where you write your post, at the bottom you will see a new section where you can define the sharing image and text).
If you did that, but sharing still does not take the image or text you defined:
Linkedin is especially slow in updating the information – it caches the shared data for 7 days. To remove the cache, add a random string after url, e.g. if your url is https://www.website.com/blog/ then enter https://www.website.com/blog/?new and click on enter in your browser. Then Linkedin will regard it as a new url and scrape the information.
If those points did not work, please raise a support ticket (at the top of the plugin’s settings page).
If you try to update the plugin and get the error message…
“An error occurred while updating USM Premium: Could not create directory. Ultimate-Premium-Plugin/css/images”
…then the reason is most likely a permission issue on your server. Please give 755 permission to the plugin folder (or ask your server team / hosting company to do so).
Please have a look at our General FAQ
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