Support » Plugin: WCP OpenWeather » 404 Detection

  • Hi,
    In Notices Logs from iThemes Security Plugins there are many “404 Detection” Notice with following Description:
    “https://idbtest.i-bird.fr/wp-content/plugins/wcp-openweather/theme/metro/assets/images/weather/.png”

    What can be the issue ?

    Best Regards
    Guillaume

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  • Plugin Author WebCodin

    (@webcodin)

    Hi Guillaume,

    Plugin contains two visual theme – “default” and “metro”. The plugin gets weather forecast data from OpenWeatherMap API for both themes and contains code for weather icon.

    The “default” theme contains weather icons in “/theme/default/assets/images/weather/” folder with code of icon as the filename (for example: 01d.png). The icons show in the weather shortcodes and widgets for the “default” theme.
    Icon link for example: https://idbtest.i-bird.fr/wp-content/plugins/wcp-openweather/theme/default/assets/images/weather/01d.png

    The “metro” theme don’t use “.png” icons. For showing weather icons uses special icon font, so weather shortcodes and widgets don’t contains links that looks like “http(s)://[Site URL]/wp-content/plugins/wcp-openweather/theme/[Theme name]/assets/images/weather/[Icon code].png”

    The link “https://idbtest.i-bird.fr/wp-content/plugins/wcp-openweather/theme/metro/assets/images/weather/.png” looks strange, because this link of “metro” theme for “.png” icon with empty icon code, that not uses in any templates for “metro” theme.

    Because The iThemes Security Plugin plugin generate this notice, so maybe developers of this plugin can provide additional useful information about source of this message.

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