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Short answer — how can you solve the problem: When you call check_ajax_referer(), use secure_nonce_name as the first parameter, i.e. check_ajax_referer( 'secure_nonce_name', 'security' ). A Longer Answer The first parameter (which is the nonce action) for check_ajax_referer() needs to match the first parameter for wp_create_nonce(), but in your code, they ...


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check_ajax_referer( 'secure-nonce-name', 'security' ); Try this instead above code check_ajax_referer( $_POST['security'], 'secure_nonce_name' );


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The jQuery Migrate Helper fixed it. I’ll troubleshoot which plugin is causing the issue later.


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Using this link, you will find helpful notes as to how to add a script to your WordPress website. The main idea is to use inbuilt WordPress functions to load your scripts. This is done via the wp_enqueue_script function. Following examples provided in the aforementioned link, you will be able to learn how to enqueue your scripts the safe and secure way! NOTE:...


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Use react-sortable-hoc Draggable is lacking documentation and I did not had the time to dig into it. But the above is for you. I used it to create the sidebar Entry Content/Primary Sidebar control - used to reorder my theme content/sidebar!


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I usually make it like that: Go to the child theme create js folder inside child theme create script.js file inside js folder and then paste this code inside script.js file: add_action( 'wp_enqueue_scripts', 'custom_scripts', 10 ); function custom_scripts() { wp_enqueue_script('custom_javascript', get_stylesheet_directory_uri() . '/js/script.js', array(...


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