I'm asking here because DigitalOcean support or forums have no idea what's going on. I create a LAMP server and the I installed WordPress. Everything was working ok, so I created a snapshot of the instance. After I migrated the site to the new server, and then I receive I critical error from the PHP Code Widget plugin that I had on the original server. So, I removed the plugin, and now the site works.
Then I receive the error “Scrape key check failed. Please try again” when trying to save a PHP file with the WordPress Theme editor.
I know it's not ideal, but it should work nonetheless because then it means that there's a problem.
So, I disabled all the plugins, and I still get the same error.
I change the theme and I still getting the same error.
I have a cache plugin w3 total cache, so I disabled it too and deleted the cache, and I continue with the same error.
So, then I decided to delete the VPS and create a new VPS, so tried to create another server with the image I created, and now without doing anything I receive the error “Scrape key check failed. Please try again” when trying to save a PHP file with the WordPress Theme editor. So, I don't get it, if it worked before, why I'm getting the error now when I haven't even transferred anything from the old server yet.
So, I created another VPS, but this time, I created another VPS using a clean LAMP image provided by DigitalOcean. Then I installed WordPress, and this is supposed to work, right? Wrong, I haven't done anything and every VPS I create from this point forward, I will receive the error “Scrape key check failed. Please try again” when trying to save a PHP file with the WordPress Theme editor.
Also, for this process, I've been using Chrome and Firefox in incognito mode. I switched computers. and I have even tried a different internet connection with a different computer to end with the same error. The thing is now, I can't even create a brand new VPS without running into the issue. Any ideas on how to fix this problem? Thanks,
scrapeand I find a very similar error message --
Scrape nonce check failed. Please try again.-- in
wp-includes/load.php. It might have been called a "Scrape key" in the past -- the code checks the expected nonce against a transient called