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  • skulldragon


    Weird, I deactivated the plugins and changed the theme the other day and it didn’t work.

    Yesterday, started off deactivating 404 to 301 and surprise, that was it.



    1. Which version of WordPress are you running? The latest

    2. Did you install WordPress as a directory or subdomain install? Normal install in root

    3. If a directory install, is it in root or in a subdirectory? Root

    4. Did you upgrade from a previous version of WordPress? If so, from which version? No

    5. Was WordPress functioning properly before installing/upgrading BuddyPress (BP)? e.g. permalinks, creating a new post, commenting. Yes

    6. Which version of BP are you running? The latest

    7. Did you upgraded from a previous version of BP? If so, from which version? If there was another version around 2 months ago, yes. Issue persists through both updates.

    8. Do you have any plugins other than BuddyPress installed and activated? If so, which ones?
    404 to 301
    All in one Favicon
    BP Profile Search
    BuddyPress Cover Photo
    Custom Facebook Feed
    Divi Builder
    Elegant Themes Updater
    Events Manager
    Go – Responsive Pricing & Compare Tables
    K Elements
    List category posts
    Page Links To
    rtMedia for WordPress, BuddyPress and bbPress
    s2Member Framework
    Slider Revolution
    Taxonomy Metadata
    WP FullCalendar
    WPBakery Visual Composer

    9. Are you using the standard WordPress theme or customized theme? KLEO

    10. Have you modified the core files in any way? No

    11. Do you have any custom functions in bp-custom.php? No

    12. If running bbPress, which version? Or did your BuddyPress install come with a copy of bbPress built-in? Latest

    13. Please provide a list of any errors in your server’s log files.

    14. Which company provides your hosting? Siteground

    15. Is your server running Windows, or if Linux; Apache, nginx or something else? Apache I think.



    To block those files you would use robots.txt, not .htaccess.



    Your $table_prefix still has to be defined in your wp-config.php, so I don’t think you’re getting all the “increased security” you think you’re getting.

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