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Knowledge Base Tag: WordPress

The Authorization Header is Missing

Since WordPress 5.6 we’ve been getting reports that users get an error message like this: “The Authorization Header is Missing”. The problem appears to be that Apache does not automatically send authorization headers. If that happens, the header has to be enabled in the virtual

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How to use the Permission Policy header

The Permissions-Policy HTTP header replaces the existing Feature-Policy header for controlling delegation of permissions and powerful features. The header uses a structured syntax, and allows sites to more tightly restrict which origins can be granted access to features. This will be released in Really Simple

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How to install an SSL certificate on Apache

If you have generated your Really Simple SSL Let’s Encrypt certificate, and you don’t have any of the automated installation options (shell, cPanel with API, Plesk with API or Cloudways), you’ll need to install the certificate manually on your Apache server. Download your certificate files

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Recommended .htaccess redirect option

If you didn’t enable the .htaccess redirect in your site, you may see a new plus one, with a notice in your dashboard (since version 3.2): “WordPress 301 redirect enabled. We recommend to enable the .htaccess redirect option on your specific setup.” What is a

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