AA – How to Install Azon Authority

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Question:

I’m trying to setup my website, and following all the instructions step by step, but when it ask me to set up the account, and type in the address bar the location of my database it only gives me an 404 error message page.

I type azonauthority.com/demos/womensstore

and this page pops out

404 Page
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Answer:

In reference to the 404 error message that you are receiving when you type azonauthority.com/demos/womensstore in the address bar as the location of your database, it is because AzonAuthority.com is the url of the site Sean is using in the demo and not intended to use as your own site.

In order to use Azon Authority you do need to have your own domain hosted on a website hosting service, here is a link to help you with this: https://www.google.com/search?q=hosting&oq=hosting&aqs=chrome..69i57j69i65.967j0j7&sourceid=chrome&es_sm=93&ie=UTF-8 or the host Sean recommends for his plugins: https://www.sitegronud.com.

Please delete the Azon Authority zip file that you have downloaded to your computer. Download a fresh copy of the current version of Azon Authority from your members’ area at http://azonauthority.com/members/wp-login.php and reinstall.

See the video above to help you with installing Azon Authority after you have downloaded it from your members’ area.

After the installation, you will be prompted to activate the plugin, the activation information that you will need is on the home page of your members’ area at: http://azonauthority.com/members/wp-login.php

Make sure when copying and pasting your Azon Authority activation code and email there are no spaces before and after.

Also, the box below the activation area for “I’m an Inner Circle Member” should be unchecked:

In addition, it is a good idea to double check that you have the required memory settings, please contact your host and ask them to configure your php.ini file to reflect the following (128M and max execution settings is an example only, you can ask to set them higher and will depend on your host’s policies, some cPanel hosting providers use a .user.ini file):

#Change upload limits
file_uploads = On
post_max_size = 64M
upload_max_filesize = 64M
memory_limit = 256M
max_execution_time 60
#Change upload limits end
Most important part is memory_limit = 256M, they can set it to higher to resolve your issue.

In the case of the upload max file size, this ensures that you can upload plugins and themes with no issue. The max execution time simply means that any operations that a plugin or theme is doing will not time out.

Memory simply refers to the amount of data that can be processed. Your host can make these changes, typically through cPanel, using a file called php.ini or .user.ini.

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