I’m getting a notice that says; “The cache folder does not exist.” What does this notice mean and how do I fix it?
This folder is created when Connections is installed as it is part of the default plugin folder structure; you should not receive this notice unless the installation was not properly completed. If you receive this notice, the first thing to try is to deactivate, delete, reinstall and reactivate Connections. If that does not work and you continue to receive this notice, you will have to create the folder manually. To do this, log in to your site using FTP and browse to the wp-plugins folder and locate the connections folder. Now, create the cache folder within the connections folder. Lastly, this folder needs to be writable; set the permissions to 755.
NOTE: Some web host configurations require additional privileges, if that is the case, try 767.
NOTE: You might have to first delete the folder, recreate it and then set the permissions.