Getting Started

Before you can take advantage of the WordPress integration, you'll need to install and configure the Babel Licensing WordPress Plugin.

Installing Babel Licensing in WordPress

Important Reminder Before Making Changes to Your WordPress Site

Before modifying the WordPress configuration or updating plugins, it's crucial to back up both your database and website files. This step will ensure that you can restore your site in case any issues arise during the update process.

Follow these simple steps to install Babel Licensing into your WordPress site by uploading the plugin file:

  1. Log in to your WordPress admin dashboard.

  2. Navigate to Plugins, then press Add New Plugin button.

  3. Click on the Upload Plugin button at the top of the page.

  4. Choose the file from your computer.

  5. Click on Install Now.

  6. After the installation is complete, click on Activate Plugin.

Babel Licensing is now installed and ready for use.

Updating Babel Licensing Plugin

To ensure you have the latest features and security updates for Babel Licensing, follow these steps to update the plugin on your WordPress site:

  1. Download the latest version of the plugin,, from the official source.

  2. Navigate to Plugins > Add New > Upload Plugin.

  3. Choose the file from your computer.

  4. When asked to confirm the replacement of the current version, click Replace current with uploaded.

  5. After the upload is complete, click on Activate Plugin.

Your Babel Licensing plugin is now updated and ready for use.

Uninstall Babel Licensing Plugin

In WordPress, managing plugins is a routine task, and understanding the distinction between deactivating and deleting a plugin is crucial. Here's a concise explanation of each action:

Deactivating a Plugin

  • Temporary Disabling: Deactivating a plugin temporarily disables its functionality but does not remove its settings or data. This is useful if you're troubleshooting or need to turn off a plugin temporarily without losing its configuration.

  • Data Retention: All settings, files, and data related to the plugin remain intact on your server. You can reactivate the plugin at any time to restore its functionality exactly as it was.

Deleting a Plugin

  • Permanent Removal: Deleting a plugin completely removes it and its files from your WordPress site. This action is typically irreversible through the WordPress dashboard.

  • Data and Settings Removal: Along with the plugin files, deleting a plugin often removes all its settings and data from your website’s database. This cleans your site from the plugin’s footprint but means you cannot recover the plugin settings if you reinstall it.

Note: Always ensure you have backups of your WordPress site before deleting any plugins, especially those critical to your site's functionality or data management.

Deactivate Babel Licensing Plugin

To deactivate the Babel Licensing plugin without deleting it from your WordPress site, follow these steps:

  1. Go to Plugins > Installed Plugins.

  2. Locate Babel Licensing in the list.

  3. Click Deactivate beneath the plugin name.

Delete Babel Licensing Plugin

Before proceeding to delete the plugin, it's crucial to backup your WordPress database.

Deleting the plugin will remove all tables and data created by Babel Licensing, which may not be recoverable.

To delete the plugin after backing up:

  1. Ensure the plugin is deactivated by following the steps in the previous section.

  2. Go to Plugins > Installed Plugins.

  3. Locate Babel Licensing.

  4. Click Delete beneath the plugin name.

  5. Confirm the deletion when prompted.

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