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  • Resolved judah75


    I’m having a problem with a client’s website which I hope someone can help me with.

    The website,, had been working fitfully, but all of the pages loaded fine when it was working. It’s located in a sub-folder of her original site,

    I recently found out the original site was hosted on a Windows platform, which was causing the new site to slow down and sometimes not load at all.

    So, I switched the hosting to a Linux platform. Now, the homepage loads quickly, but the interior pages give a ‘ This page requires AC_RunActiveContent.js.’ Then they load with only text.

    I understand this has something to do with Flash. And, while the original site does, the WordPress site does not have any Flash files (that I’m aware of).

    I have located the AC_RunActiveContent.js file in the Scripts folder, outside the /inc folder, but I have no idea what to do about it (with it, to it, whatever) because this problem has just now started occuring.

    Any help is greatly appreciated!


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  • Figured out the problem. If it happens to anybody else, here’s the solution. When GoDaddy transferred the files to the Linux server, the htaccess file somehow did not follow the rest. So, all of the page links were going to the original site, but not finding the js file they were looking for.

    The answer was to go into Dashboard/Settings/Permalinks, switch to default, save, and then switch back to the setting it was on. htaccess file created, pages working and my boss won’t force-choke me tomorrow morning.


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