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Sorry aelsharawi for delay,
You are already qualified for a refund.
I triad several times with different IPs and couldn’t access to WP debugging.tk Anyway, I think it caused by special Nginx configs or it’s a problem with CDN.
Regarding CDN this post may be helpful
https://codecanyon.net/item/hide-my-wp-amazing-security-plugin-for-wordpress/4177158/faqs/17469March 25, 2017 at 8:59 pm in reply to: Message: It seems there is no writable htaccess file in your WP directory. #15328
First very sorry for delay,
It was fixed now,
It was a problem in WP installation. There are two methods to install WP in a subdirectory. Read here:
HMWP usually works well with both of them but as it doesn’t access to htaccess it couldn’t make it work. I think there was a small bug in one of your htaccess files, too.
Anyway, I changed your setup to go with first method which is easier. Then manually configured HMWP.
Regarding writable htaccess, it’s probably caused by suexec which is a more strict version of PHP, read more:
Please note as long as htaccess is not writable you need to manually configure HMWP after changing its settings, activating new theme (and installing new plugin if you enabled renamed plugin folders feature)
To configure HMWP manually go here: HMWP > General Settings> Customized htaccess > Manual Configuration. The same result can be achieved by going to Permalink page from WP settings.
Sorry again for any inconvenience,
Oh, I’m sorry about that,
All changes are reversible and you never need to do that 😐 but I accept it was my fault.
You are already eligible for a refund but I’m still ready to configure it for you and fix any possible issue.
Very sorry for delay,
Please provide login details as a private reply so I can take a deeper look.
Sorry for delay,
See top right panel on builtwith profile: Last updated 11th January.
As it was already covered in our FAQs page this is just a caching problem. Just enable HMWP (with Trusted Network feature) and wait until buitlwith scan a newer version of your site.
- This reply was modified 5 years, 10 months ago by Hassan.
Sure, good luck!
Sorry Ali, I have no new idea on this case.
This is first time I encounter with that syntax but I don’t think there is anything wrong with it. If it works you probably can go with it for a while if there was no issue then continue using it.
Didn’t help, seems it’s because SSL is require or something like that.
Please provide FTP access as a private reply and I’ll take a deeper look.