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How to update Jet Plugins manually

Find out how to install all the latest versions of Jet Plugins via Bluehost cPanel. Feel free to learn how to do it via Crocoblock Dashboard.

This tutorial will teach you, how to update Jet Plugins manually. It will take you through the process of updating the plugin to its latest version manually (it’s based on Bluehost server cPanel, but you can follow these steps to make manual updates using your own server’s cPanel). Just follow the detailed instructions below in order to get the plugin updated.


First, enter your Crocoblock account and proceed to the Downloads section. From the list of plugins select the one you want to update. Click the Download button to download the .zip package containing the plugin to your hard drive.

Account Downloads

Manual Update

1 Step — First, open your Bluehost cPanel and scroll down to the Files block. Then click the File Manager to go to the core WordPress directory, where all your website’s content is kept along with the installed Jet Plugins.

File Manager in Bluehost cPanel

2 Step — Browse wp-content > plugins and click the Upload button in the top toolbar to upload an archive with the latest version of the plugin.


3 Step — After uploading finished, you will see a progress bar in the bottom-right corner signalizing you about it.

Upload Files

4 Step — Next, you have to extract the archive files. Please, make sure you’ve deleted the folder containing the previous version of this plugin before extracting the latest plugin’s version. To unpack the .zip package containing the plugin’s files select the .zip archive containing the plugin files and click the Extract button in the toolbar on the top.

Extract button

5 Step — Now if you go to the Plugins section in your WordPress Dashboard, you can notice, that the latest version of the plugin has been installed. Click Activate option to make the new plugin’s version active on your site.

Plugins in WP Dashboard

Congrats! It’s so simple, isn’t it?