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You can't load template files directly. WordPress is not loaded in that context, so you have no access to its functions. Create a page in WordPress admin, and assign your template to that page, then point your link to that page rather than directly to the template file.
you have have answered your own question, the problem is the timthumb-vulnerability-scanner plugin, delete it or move it from your plugins folder then logout refresh browser cache and log back in.
Monster Widget is a bit of a trap like that. Despite how it looks it doesn't actually place "real" widgets into sidebar. It is a single widgets that creates output of other widgets inside of itself. If you are significantly interfering with its expectations then it won't pick up on changes, since it's not engineered to do it. You will likely need to use ...
That message is a result of your server throwing a 503 error and the WordPress Heartbeat API catching that error. See https://core.trac.wordpress.org/ticket/25660 for the background on the fix that WordPress introduced to save offline edits. Things to check on your computer are if WAMP is actually running when you're getting this message (check the status ...
Headers already sent error, for file pluggable.php on line 897 You need a solution to the problem above, and that is very easy. Reinstall a fresh copy of Wordpress I was asked to turn on Cookies. And after I deleted that part of the file in wp-login.php (I turned off that test cookie wp is setting when user is wp login screen). There is no bigger ...
It is usually because there are spaces, new lines, or other stuff before an opening tag, typically in wp-config.php. This could be true about some other file too, so please check the error message, as it will list the specific file name where the error occurred. Other Resources: PHP: Headers Already Sent
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