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comment An unexpected error occurred. Something may be wrong with WordPress.org or this server’s configuration
I've been using WordPress 3.5 and then WordPres 3.6 for around 10 months on this localhost. It broke one or two weeks ago and today I wasn't able to update to WordPress 3.7. I updated /wp-includes/ and /wp-admin/ and other files except wp-config.php and /wp-content/. When I entered localhost/wp-admin it asked me to update the database and updating to WordPress 3.7 worked but the issue remained. So, reuploading files and updating WordPress isn't a solution. This is perhaps something wrong with the database. Reinstalling entire WordPress and cleaning database helps.
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comment An unexpected error occurred. Something may be wrong with WordPress.org or this server’s configuration
@kaiser Yes, it will work and I did that. But why this happened? What happened? Should everybody facing the same issue and entering this question reinstall their WordPress (potentially live) websites when this happens?
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asked An unexpected error occurred. Something may be wrong with WordPress.org or this server’s configuration
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accepted How can I find plugins' slug?
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revised How can I find plugins' slug?
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revised How can I find plugins' slug?
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asked How can I find plugins' slug?
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asked Export/Import Media Library Offline
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comment Failed to import Media
Nope, it's publicly accessible server with publicly accessible images, no protection whatsoever. But even if there was some protection, WordPress's server does the same thing occasionally. Does it mean that this importer is just buggy?
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comment Failed to import Media
I mentioned "And images that failed to load are hotlinked from the previous server which consumes the transfer of that previous server..." which indicates that images do not return 404, they are not on localhost but they still generate "Failed to import Media". My <wp:attachment_url> says example.com/2008/06/image.jpg too where example.com is always accessible domain. That's why I'm asking this question :) It clearly doesn't work even if images do not generate 404. It even doesn't work with wpthemetestdata.files.wordpress.com occasionally (~5 random images out of 30 fail).
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answered Meta Boxes: 'admin_init' or 'add_meta_boxes' hook?
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comment Meta Boxes: 'admin_init' or 'add_meta_boxes' hook?
Have a look at this list: codex.wordpress.org/Plugin_API/Action_Reference - it doesn't matter which one you use as long as it's not too early and not too late. It's best to use intuitive and predictable hooks, so add_meta_boxes is preferred.