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Yes this is fine and is a good practice, especially if your site may switch between HTTPS/HTTP (like for a shopping cart etc) that way you are not loading mixed content. As long as the CDN you are pulling from offers both HTTPS and HTTP you're fine, which they do.


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It appears that the previous developer was simply hot-linking to someone else's hosted jQuery (that is a dead link, btw). I would remove all the references and replace them with one of the many CDN versions. For instance… <script src="https://ajax.googleapis.com/ajax/libs/jquery/2.1.3/jquery.min.js"></script>


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Could you create a PHP file, which listens for a password through a GET method. Then if the password is correct, include the feed and display the feed? Then you could only access the page if you use the url /example/feed.php?password=PASSWORD <?php if ($_GET['password'] == 'PASSWORD') { include 'path/to/feed'; }


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After trying everything, this worked for me: global $allowedposttags; $allowedposttags['div'] = array('align' => array (), 'class' => array (), 'id' => array (), 'dir' => array (), 'lang' => array(), 'style' => array (), 'xml:lang' => array() ); $allowedposttags['iframe'] = array('src' => array () ); ...


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Same. It happens when you do a move. All of mine came back with that pick up along with edits to the version.php file and a change in DNS settings. You are ok.



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