It’s always a best practice to create a backup of your website before performing any updates, including updating plugins. This ensures that you can quickly restore your website to its previous state in case something goes wrong during the update process. Additionally, it’s ideal to use a staging website to test the updates before applying them to your live site. This way, you can ensure that the updates work as expected and don’t cause any conflicts or issues before making the changes on your main website. Once you’ve tested the updates on a staging site and confirmed everything works smoothly, you can proceed with updating the plugin on your live website through your WordPress admin dashboard.
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