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Your .htaccess is not readable (like the error noticed). So make your .htaccess readable using permission 644. Source Now check again, perhaps now your stylesheet will be loaded? If not, check if the stylesheet file is readable. May this not be the cause, check the owner of the files.


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Figured it out. Apparently WordPress is a bit dumb, and even if your files are owned by user abc and group www-data (abc:www-data) and are all group-writable, WordPress still won't do the easy update method unless the files are actually owned by www-data:www-data. It doesn't even bother checking the group permissions.


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You're right in that this does not have to do with permissions. You will run into it depending on a particular server configuration. To ensure that you don't have to deal with it on an ongoing basis, you will want to add the FTP credentials to wp-config.php like so: define( 'FTP_USER', 'username' ); define( 'FTP_PASS', 'password' ); define( 'FTP_HOST', ...


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You set a custom url after rewrite from a login. A small example, usable in a template of the theme to login. <?php $redirect = esc_url( 'your-url' ); if ( ! is_user_logged_in() ) { $link = '<a href="' . get_option( 'siteurl' ) . '/wp-login.php?redirect_to=' . home_url( '/' ...



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