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I have installed WordPress on Ubuntu 14.04 running apache, I have two subdomains running and were installed by somebody else.
I followed the tutorials to create a new subdomain on the same droplet as the others , but I cannot setup WordPress. I keep getting 403 error
You don't have permission to access /wp-admin/install.php on this server.
I have set the permission for the new WordPress directory to 755 but still not able to access it.
please help me solve this
I created a droplet in Digital Ocean and I have a code in PHP that uses curl to scrape a specific page.
When I created the server and configured it, the code works fine, but after a few requests it stops working. The curl doesn't respond with the correct page, looks like there was a redirect to a wrong page.
I tried to destroy the droplet and start all over again, this time I created a snapshot of the droplet with code working, again after a few requests it stops working, I tried to restore to the snapshot, but it doesn't work. Does anyone know what is happening? I think is some wrong or missing configuration, but I don't figure out what is wrong.
I am using CentOS 7, apache, php 7.2
P.S.: The code works fine in other server that I use in a shared server in Hostgator, and works fine in localhost, too.
I've added ```Header set Access-Control-Allow-Origin "*"``` in apache ```httpd.conf``` but still i get CORS policy error in console.
Header set Access-Control-Allow-Origin "*"
Redirect from ... to ... has been blocked by CORS policy: No 'Access-Control-Allow-Origin' header is present on the requested resource. Origin ... is therefore not allowed access.
And You can see the response headers in this image.
My website is a multisite Wordpress. I've tested different plugins for this purpose and also .htaccess. Everything including ajax requests from subdomains and vice versa were fine but suddenly this error happened without touching a single code on the server. Is there any solution for this error?
Under CPU Processes I have one thread running high at 54.50 %
I have no clue what does it mean...