Learn how to check the last time your cron jobs were run in your Clip-Bucket powered website. This is useful when you need to know if they are actually being executed or not. Also, in this guide, you will find the cron jobs that need to be added in case you haven’t created them at your cPanel.
1. Log into your admin_area (http://yoursite.tld/admin_area)
If you don’t see this tab, it means that you don’t have enabled the Clip-Bucket Helper plugin. To do so:
2.1. Find the tab that says Plugin Manager and click on Plugin Manager.
2.2. Find the ClipBucket Helper v1 plugin and install it.
2.3. Now go back and try step 2.
3. You will now see the three cron jobs listed along with their last run time.
If you don’t see the last run date, it might be because either you haven’t added them in cPanel or they were incorrectly added. To fix either, copy the cron job the way it shows up there and insert it in your cPanel.
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