jquery.min.js GET request returns 404 error after WordPress site migration

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If you are experiencing a 404 error when trying to load the jQuery library after migrating a WordPress site, there are a few possible causes and solutions:...

Fix: npm Command not found in cPanel

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If you are getting an error message saying that the “npm” command is not found when you try to run it in cPanel, it is likely because npm is not...

How to Fix Deceptive Site Ahead Warning

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If you are seeing a “Deceptive site ahead” warning when trying to visit a website, it means that Google’s Safe Browsing technology has...

Fix: Tmp Memory full with MAD and MAI Large Files

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If you are seeing an error message saying that your tmp memory is full and that there are large MAD or MAI files present, it is likely that there is a problem...

Fix: This site can’t be reached

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If you are seeing an error message saying “This site can’t be reached” when trying to access a website, it is likely that there is a problem...

Is there a filter or action to override WordPress post_exists function for a custom post type?

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Yes, you can use the post_exists filter hook to override the post_exists() function for a custom post type in WordPress. Here is an example of how you can use...

WordPress CSRF Attack – CSRF Protection

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A Cross-Site Request Forgery (CSRF) attack is a type of attack where a malicious website or attacker tricks a user into performing an action on a website they...

Malware vs Virus: The Differences and How to Prevent Them?

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Malware and viruses are two of the most common types of cyber threats that individuals and businesses face today. Both can cause serious damage to computers,...

Disable Screenshot in my WordPress website

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To disable screenshot capability on your WordPress website, you can add the following code to your theme’s functions.php file: This will deregister the...

ModSecurity breaking the WordPress Theme editor, cannot write proper exclusion rules

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ModSecurity is a web application firewall that can help protect your website from various types of attacks. However, it can sometimes interfere with legitimate...

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