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  • in reply to: WordPress database error table #31565
    virgodesign
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    Hi Suman,
    sorry for this long delay.

    I ran your sql query for every existing subsite, and now there are no more php warnings printed in the debug.log file.

    But, the problem persists every time a new blog is created.
    It seems like HMWP does not generate the hmwp_blocked_ips db table as a new blog is created.
    It seems that the function activate withing the HMWP_MS_IDS class in mute-screamer.php file won’t be executed.

    Maybe the problem is that HMWP is network activated in my installation?

    For now I’ve resolved hookin into wp_insert_site action and creating here the missing table.
    Thanks in advance.

    in reply to: WordPress database error table #31507
    virgodesign
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    Hi Suman,
    thanks for the reply.
    The table is missing in every subsite on the network.
    So I suppose We have to run this script for every existing subsite.
    Also this must be executed when a new blog is created on the network.
    I think this routine should be included in a next version of hide my wp.
    Thanks for the solution. I will try and let you know.

    virgodesign
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    Hi Suman,
    thanks for the reply.

    “Directory List”, “Hide PHP Files” and “IDS” options has been always disabled.
    I’ve tried removing Ajax URL (that was “ajax”) and API Query ( that was “rest_route”) but the problem still persists.

    in reply to: ERROR: Failed to load content css: #18666
    virgodesign
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    Hi,
    how do you resolved this?
    I’ve the same problem but with the following url

    Failed to load content css: https://…/libs/js/tinymce/skins/wordpress/content.css?ver=4.8.2
    because wp-content.css is rewritten into content.css

    I’ve a rule setted to replace the /wp-content/ directory into /content/ and I suppose that this rule change /wp-content.css into /content.css

    Thanks in advance!

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