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Discussion in 'Misc WordPress Requests' started by aaronward, Dec 10, 2017.

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    Scrape nonce check failed. Please try again., by aaronward

    Hey everyone!

    I’ve recently come across an issue whilst attempting to update my functions.php file via my Appearance > Editor section.

    Please see screenshot here of live error:


    Important things to note:

    1 – I’ve recently upgraded my Siteground hosting from GoBig to GoGeek

    2 – I’ve recently changed my DNS settings to work with Cloudflare (as suggested), but there was no issue after I did this.

    3 – I disabled all my plugins, and still the error was happening.

    4 – I run the Genesis + Genesis sample theme

    5 – I edited the functions.php file via the SiteGround FTP application in the cPannel. However, those changes did not reflect inside my WordPress Dashboard Appearance > Editor > Functions.php file

    Therefore, I feel like potentially with my new hosting upgrade, a ‘link’ has been broken not letting this file be updated correctly.

    If anyone can help me identify the actions or even a fix for this issue I would be so grateful, as it’s currently stopping me from updating my site.

    Have a great weekend!


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