cache – What do I do if my WordPress site is suddenly sanitizing portions of URLs it shouldn’t?

Nobody has touched wp-admin for this site in weeks. Suddenly, URLs are being sanitized in ways that break everything. The question marks of query parameters are being replaced with URL escape code %3F, which is obviously breaking nearly every script and stylesheet include that’s affected. The result is content like this:

<script type='text/javascript' src=""></script>

<script type='text/javascript' src='wp-includes/js/wp-embed.min.js%3Fver=5.4.1'></script>

Some, but not all URLs in the document are affected. Scripts and some anchor elements are affected.

In addition to this URL madness, it seems like portions of the main site are being included in every single page – i.e., the homepage’s markup is being embedded within wp-admin pages, etc.

The effect is that the site can essentially not be used – large dynamic portions of pages, especially the main landing page, simply fail to load or appear malformed due to missing scripts and stylesheets.

I should add that it’s nearly impossible to navigate wp-admin given the absurd state that it’s in at the moment, so I can’t really find my way around to do regular diagnostics.

How do I even begin to fix something like this? If this wasn’t a moneymaking site with plenty of content I haven’t even touched (‘the last guy’ decided to install dozens of plugins whose purposes are difficult to decipher, are possibly redundant, and might break everything if removed) I would gladly just reinstall everything.

I have attempted:

  • Removing a “WP Fastest Cache” plugin which, according to some, ‘breaks everything’ as of this month. Edit: It looks like this plugin is parasitic. After deactivating it, clearing my local cache, etc., pages still contain a comment marking them as having been cached by it…

  • Visiting and re-saving permalink settings in wp-admin as suggested by a comment I found in a similar issue elsewhere.

r – How do I create a bar chart by portions with ggplot for multiple variables?

I have this database

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and I want to create these charts but use the previous variables

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The X axis of the diagram is the variables 1,2,3,4,5 and the part of the bar is the variables p26a1 to p26a3

I tried this fuck but it doesn't give me like in the previous picture

ggplot(data=datos) + 
  geom_bar(aes(x=X, y=p26a1), stat="identity")

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Encryption – Is it possible to encrypt portions of a file for upload, so you do not have to encrypt the entire file first?

Yes. Your main problem would be that you need a client that allows you to receive the file from a stream instead of a single file.

For example, if you were to copy the file using ssh, you would normally do something like that

scp myfile.txt remotehost:

This assumes, however, that the previous file exists. However, this happens to be equivalent to:

Cat myfile.txt | ssh remotehost> cat> myfile.txt & # 39;

In this form, you can now easily insert an encryption filter

Cat myfile.txt | gpg -e -r AA00BB00CC00DD | ssh remotehost -> cat> myfile.txt.gpg & # 39;

In case you do not want to get any further

Another alternative would be to use a virtual file system that displays the files as encrypted but performs encryption on access. This would make the encryption layer transparent to the programs that are performing the upload.

An example of this is the utility encfs, which uses a FUSE file system. The man page itself shows an example of how to use it --reverse flag to create an encrypted view for copying the files.

In case you do not want to get any further

Finally, one last method, to avoid the duplicate storage space, would be to encrypt the file over plain text. So use a program that encrypts the first 10 MB of the file and replaced the first 10 MB of the original file with the encrypted. Then the second part of 10 MB and so on.

However, there is a risk that you will receive a half-encrypted file if the process fails halfway (for example, due to a power outage). And if you want to decrypt the file, you'll need to do a second inline pass after uploading to decrypt the file. I would only recommend it if you want to keep the local file encrypted but have no space to handle it differently. It still solves your problem

In case you do not want to get any further

I would use the most common CLI commands as & # 39; consider scp. sftp and rsync, everyone presents the same topic.

² For normal files, metadata is not taken into account

³ Or any other block size