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WordPress complaining about being "Unable to create directory uploads" is quite common when you move from one website host to another. WordPress is letting you know that it no longer has permission to save files and media in the location it's being told to and more often that not WordPress is trying to save files and media into a folder that no doesn't exist.
The reason this can crop up is due to the fact that some WordPress installers and/or website hosting companies require an explicit path be set to the WordPress uploads folder and, when moving hosts, that explicit path can often change.
To fix this we need to access the full options page within our WordPress Dashboard. Follow these steps:
Once inside the WordPress Dashboard follow these steps:
You should now be able to upload files and media with no issues.
If you're still having issues, let our support team know.
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