One of the most frustrating errors that WordPress throws up is when it tells you “Destination Folder Already Exists” and you know it doesn’t. Or rather, it shouldn’t. Maybe you are updating a theme. Or installing a new plugin. You could be restoring a backup of something that you know you removed from your file system. It can be enraging. However, in terms of error messages, being told that the destination folder already exists is one of the better ones to get. You know exactly what is going on, the messaging is clear, and because of that, we can guide you to a simple and fast solution.
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