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    One quick way is to install ‘WP Armour’ plugin and see if it helps with the spam. This plugin helps to eliminate the spam on my site totally. Hope it works for you too!

    I recommend reporting the issue to the developers of the plugin at https://wordpress.org/support/plugin/visualcomposer/#new-post It’s not a Visual Composer specific issue. It happens with other plugins with the same file structure. Happens regardless of an update or a fresh upload.

    If you manually upload the folder it is fine. This indicates, to me at least, that some files go missing during auto updating of the plugin. I recommend reporting the issue to the developers of the plugin at https://wordpress.org/support/plugin/visualcomposer/#new-post

    Automattic is not WordPress: https://wordpress.org/documentation/article/difference-between-wordpress-org-and-wordpress-com/

    Sorry, George, I very much apologize if I offended you. Jetpack is made by Automattic, that is WordPress. The Jetpack plugin configuring is not well done. My comment about WordPress developers was inappropriate.

    We seem to have an ongoing issue with the WordPress plugin update system. I’ve tested it with a couple of plugins but Visual Composer is the one I notice it most with. It occurs in Visual Composer and other plugins that have a folder structure like this /plugins/visualcomposer/visualcomposerWhen running an update for whatever reason the second-level visualcomposer folder gets deleted which results in this error. Uncaught Error: Failed opening required '/www/wp-content/plugins/visualcomposer/visualcomposer/Env.php' (include_path='.:/usr/share/php') in /www/wp-content/plugins/visualcomposer/plugin-wordpress.php:102 It only appears to happen if you upload the plugin through the plugin page in the admin. If you manually upload the folder it is fine. I’d assume it’s something to do with how the zip gets unpacked and put into the plugin folder. Has anyone dealt with this and does

    It appears that you are using the Elementor plugin. It has a dedicated support team that is available to assist you. We recommend that you post your query on the WordPress Support Forum at https://wordpress.org/support/plugin/elementor/ so that the developers and support community can provide you with the help you need. Thank you for being so understanding.

    Ok, it works. I added also aspect-ratio: 800/600; so that pics have always the same outlook

    Try adding this to the Additional CSS customizer section: .wp-block-gallery.has-nested-images figure.wp-block-image { flex-grow: 0; }

    Admin menu items contain relative URLs so you cannot directly link to an external resource. You could maybe patch up an item’s URL using JavaScript, but if someone clicks the link before the script can complete they’ll be taken to the initially defined admin page. An alternative would be to add a custom admin page as usual. Then have that page’s callback output a JS script that redirects to where you want to really go. Users will briefly see this admin page before the redirect will happen, so you might want to display a “Redirecting to…” message on the page. This way you are assured users will be taken to the desired location (unless they’ve disabled JS, which would break all sorts of WP functionality).

    If you want to hard code the checkbox list, you can start with that snippet, but get_the_tags() line isn’t accomplishing anything. IMO it’d be better to query for tags that make up the list. You can conditionally suppress certain tags if need be. To query for tags instead, that snippet is of little use. get_the_tags() is the wrong function, you want get_tags(). Would you prefer to use IDs or slugs as passed values? It’ll work either way, there’s no particular advantage either way. I tend to prefer IDs for no particular reason. Maybe you should consider POST requests instead of GET? Then you will not get absurdly long, complicated URLs. The mix of OR and AND logic does complicate things. I think a combination of

    I’m not really familiar with the Fetch API. I’m curious, if you are using jQuery anyway, why not use jQuery methods such as .ajax() or .post()? Even if you’re keen to use fetch() anyway, it would help narrow down where the problem lies if you used better documented jQuery methods. If jQuery can successfully get a response from your endpoint, then you know the issue lies in how you use fetch() and not how you registered your endpoint. If that’s the case, you can focus on properly implementing fetch() and be assured the WP API end of things is OK.

    Thanks hugely. I did the var_dump and studied it intensely…. aaaaaannnnnnnd found a spelling mistake – I was referring to user_index rather than user_Index which is what I’d stupidly put into the database structure. Feeling foolish now, but SO happy to be able to move on!

    FWIW, a query for all terms can be set up to not include a no parking term. So it’d in fact be all terms except no parking. Similarly, no parking could be excluded from the checkbox list since no one would ever want that. If your schema works for you then that’s what you should do. Come to think of it, if I saw a listing with “parking unknown” I’d assume none is available, so my idea of a separate term doesn’t really accomplish much in actual practice.