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comment W3 Total Cache active but not working (solved)
I added it as an answer. @Pothi
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answered W3 Total Cache active but not working (solved)
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comment W3 Total Cache active but not working (solved)
The fact that the test script didn't detect them doesn't mean the modules are not installed: wordpress.org/support/topic/…
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comment What is the structure of the “Featured Image” field in the DB?
I can't limit by date, as all featured images are gone. What I can do is limit to only attachments that are being used as featured images. This is RegEx pattern I came up with, in Perl/Boost syntax: 1_\d+?-\d+?\.jpg
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comment What is the structure of the “Featured Image” field in the DB?
That wouldnt work because only featured images had the 1 appended. All other images work fine.
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revised What is the structure of the “Featured Image” field in the DB?
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revised What is the structure of the “Featured Image” field in the DB?
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revised What is the structure of the “Featured Image” field in the DB?
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revised What is the structure of the “Featured Image” field in the DB?
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asked What is the structure of the “Featured Image” field in the DB?
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answered Import Wordpress xml file larger than 8mb
May
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comment Disable Or Redirect WP-login.php
In other words, even IF you change the location of wp-login, you still need to use auth: "Should I rely on changing the server from 22 to port 2222 to keep my connection safe? Absolutely not. Is it bad to change my SSH server to port 2222 while also using a password? No, if anything this is the best solution. Changing ("Obscuring") the port will simply cut down on a heap of automatic exploit scanners searching normal ports. We gain a security advantage through obscurity which is good, but we are not counting on the obscurity. If they found it they still need to crack the password."
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comment Disable Or Redirect WP-login.php
What you are think you are doing is "security thru obscurity". But in reality you are only doing obscurity, and that is terrible. Do not use it. Auth is security. Hiding the entrance point is obscurity. security.stackexchange.com/questions/32064/…
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comment Disable Or Redirect WP-login.php
if you have found a solution, mark the proper answer as accepted.
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comment Disable Or Redirect WP-login.php
see answer provided.