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    JoomlaPack zip folder need to extract in Plesk site

    I have a localhost site which I now want to upload to my domain - I have FTpd the zip file to Plesk Control Panel and see it's there but I can't see any option to extract the zip file?

    Like what the JoomlaPack instructions for use refer to

    Anyone got any idea how I get it to extract please?

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    I'd just FTP the files straight up to your server.

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    Plesk doesn't have any facility to extract a .zip, but I think there is a Joomla component that will do it for you. Or ask your host to extract it for you directly on the server.

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    Quote Originally Posted by CSNM-Carl View Post
    Plesk doesn't have any facility to extract a .zip, but I think there is a Joomla component that will do it for you. Or ask your host to extract it for you directly on the server.
    Joompla Pack Unzip will do it but you need SSH I think as it's a command line.

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