error generated from plugins
My site was running really slow so I installed the Database Manager plugin to optimize it, which fixed the problem. However, once I did that, it created a new problem entirely: I started getting this glaring red error at the top of my dashboard:
“Your backup folder MIGHT be visible to the public. To correct this issue, move the .htaccess file from wp-content/plugins/wp-dbmanager to /home/content//html/camelsandchocolate/wp-content/backup-db.”
Only, once I moved the .htaccess to the correct folder, the message went away and my homepage worked, but when I would click directly on a post–any post–it would take me to a blank screen that said “Denied Access.”
Also, on the side, this is now what shows up when you click on my user profile via my site:
which is just odd…it’s never done that before.
The blog I need help with is camelsandchocolate.com.
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