If you see the error "Missing a Temporary Folder" in Wordpress, it's most likely a space problem on our side. Your disk qoute is maxed, meaning that you have used up the space.
If you see the error when you have space available, then please follow this guide:
Fixing Missing Temporary Folder Error in WordPress
Fixing missing temporary folder error in WordPress is easy and requires just a few steps. All you need to do is edit your wp-config.php file. Follow the below-mentioned steps to fix the error:
- Establish a connection with your account using FTP client or File Manager in your hosting control panel.
- Next, find the wp-config.php file and open it to edit. It is located in WordPress root installation folder (usually public_html).
- Once you have opened the file, paste the following code before the line that says ‘That’s all, stop editing! Happy blogging’.
- Save the file, and upload the updated wp-config.php on your website again.
- Next, locate the /wp-content folder and add a new folder inside it and name it as temp.
- Login to your WordPress dashboard, and try uploading files.
- And you are done!
We hope that the above-mentioned WordPress tutorial helped you to fix the ‘Missing a temporary folder’ error in your WordPress. It is easy to follow and the error can be fixed with a few steps. If you have any query, do let us know in the comments.