On a landing page of our WordPress site, I find a cookie “U” from domain “.adsymptotic.com” as the image below shows. Could you please let…
The overarching question How do I get the contents of the PHP-variable: COOKIEHASH inside a Cypress-test. I’m writing some Cypress-test for WordPress, and in order…
I have edited functions.php file recently and also added a new folder to themes folder for custom endpoint and after that I wasn’t able to login to wp-admin. I deleted the folder and code line from functions.php but it still doesn’t let me to login. I have cleared all cache and cookies but still I get the same error 🙁
I have a shortcode which “wraps”
<code> content in a password array. This was created a while back and I’m struggling on how to add a cookie or some sort of session handler to this setup so that a user with a password doesn’t have to re-enter the password each and every time during a certain time frame.
After a server move, I’m unable to log in to my site. I get the “ERROR: Cookies are blocked or not supported by your browser. You must enable cookies to use WordPress.” error when I try submitting the login form.
I am trying to set cookies to re-route returning users to my a specific page within my WordPress site.
I can see two cookies: auth and login cookies in wordpress. Why do we need two?
I think one is enough.
The WordPress Codex points to an extremely simple way to change the URL of the wp-content directory, which is, adding this in wp-config.php:
I am working with a client with some strict security measures. After undergoing security review, we were notified that the user name stored in the logged in cookie, e.g.