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I've fixed it by creating the following tiny plugin: <?php /* Plugin Name: Fix "Add Media" button in WordPress 4.5 Plugin URI: twitter.com/ojeffery Description: The 4.5 update of WordPress changed to the most recent version of JQuery, which broke the Add Media button when you call wp_editor via the front end. This tiny plugin fixes it by ...


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I was using WordPress Multisite for multiple TLDs. Example: domain.com another-domain.org sample-domain.net The primary site was domain.com which was a valid registered domain name with proper DNS resolution. another-domain.org and sample-domain.net had both expired domain name registrations. A/K/A - The DNS wasn't resolving properly. If you've got ...


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I've two domains mysite.com and mysite.it the second domain (mysite.it), redirect to the first (mysite.com). I've configured my network with Sub-directories es: mysite.com/en


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You have to upgrade php within your host (or migate to another one). The hosting server is running with very old and obsolete php version 5.2.x… The recommended version is 5.6.x (the newest one is 7.0.x, but not recommended because is still incompatible with some plugins, some themes…). If you have to use the plugin "simple google calendar" your hosting ...


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Your problem seems to be related with a misconfiguration of the temporary directory in PHP which is used for uploads and need to be writable when the sever downloads a WordPress, plugin or theme package. If you can not configure it at PHP level, you can define it also in wp-config.php file: define('WP_TEMP_DIR', ABSPATH . 'wp-content/temp/');


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By default WP is very reluctant to show or display any errors. That's inline with its strategy of "dumbing down" things of sorts. The configuration I use to monitor for errors is along the lines of this in wp-config.php: define( 'WP_DEBUG', true ); define( 'WP_DEBUG_DISPLAY', false ); @ini_set( 'display_errors','Off' ); @ini_set( 'log_errors','On' ); ...


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You could modify the wp-config.php. And add below code : define('FS_METHOD', 'direct'); On my side, it's resolved.



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