WordPress Trouble: No plugins match your request

UPDATE: From the WordPress team: “This is a problem with api.wordpress.org. We’re working on it and should have it resolved momentarily.”

UPDATE 2: Issue has been fixed! I can now search plugins from the backend.

Woops! It looks like something broke with the core WordPress plugin search feature that is powered by WordPress.org.

One minute I was searching and installing plugins like normal and the next minute I was greeted with a confusing message:

“No plugins match your request.”

I was sure the plugin still exists so I went to WordPress.org to verify and sure enough it was there.

A few other users are actively reporting this problem at the WordPress.org forums. Check there to see what I and others are currently saying about it.

This is breaking news so I’m doing a quick post to help anyone else who might be searching Google for a solution. I’ll post an update once I know of one myself but I think it’s safe to say their search is broken for now!

8 Comments

  1. Mohamed Ali says:

    4 me 222222

  2. Same here. All of a sudden on all my wordpress sites. Thanks.

    • Saw your post on the forums. Thanks for doing that, I know I am not alone! Glad you are looking into this. I am reposting, saw I had entered my website wrong….. bad form…

      Nancy

  3. They’re working on it!

  4. The problem is here again:

    Warning: number_format() expects parameter 1 to be double, string given in /xxx/rxxxx/public_html/oxx/wp-includes/functions.php on line 155

    On several instances of WP Installs.

  5. This problem is back again. Getting: Warning: number_format() expects parameter 1 to be double error.

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