Fast Upload Plugin


  1. Unpack and upload it into the wp-content/plugins folder
  2. Activate plugin
  3. Change the Settings to your preference
  4. Make sure that directory rights of folder ‘fastuploads’ located in the wp-content/uploads are set to 755
  5. Add shortcode [fastupload] into any Page or Post you like and you are ready to go.



I have a jQuery conflict, what should I do?

jQuery conflict could happen due to the incompatibility with the jQuery library used in your theme, this is a pretty common issue in the today’s ocean of wordpress themes.

To overcome this please login into the WordPress admin, go to “Fast Upload > Settings” page and change a state of the “Use jQuery from The Google Hosted Libraries” checkbox.

In 99% should be fine with the ‘checked’ state.

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