The optional module, imagick, is not installed, or has been disabled.
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- Warning The optional module, imagick, is not installed, or has been disabled.
Cpanel does not have any place where i can fix (Enable) Imagick extention,note that am at the free plan.thank you
This cannot be done. If it’s required please upgrade to premium.
Any changes for any of this things are global for all the free hosting network and they can’t be applied on a single free web hosting account.
Please let me know if this helped
Last time i checked, this is a warning, not a requirement. WordPress should be fine.
Thank You !
apreciate your help,yes i thought about cause i have seen tutorials on it but they are all using the upgraded version Of Cpanel.
I hope so,if it causes issues loading the website then this is not cool.
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