because i have a problem with a plugin that gives a 500 error page i did a little test
i made a ‘test.php’ file with just the world ‘hello’ in it.
i placed it in my root directory, that worked,
can you guys think of any reason why the same file would give no problem in / and /wp-content/ but do give an error in /wp-content/plugins/ (and deeper directories)
is there some kind of protection to make execution of deep scripts impossible ?
thank in advance
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