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  • Good morning, I am a apart of the tech staff here at a school district. I have been task with making a website to monitor our sensors. It will be made internally on our network hosted on 2019 windows server using IIS ( that way only our admins who needs to view it can). To keep it short and sweet when working on the WordPress site through the server it is hosted on, I can view everything and it looks normal but when accessing the site on another machine here in our network it looks like the webpage hasn’t loaded the css and is broken. I wish I can provide screenshots to help or a link but since its only accessible internally by being connect to our network I cannot. When using the developers tools and looking at the console tab, I do see that I am getting a lot of failed to load resource:net::EER_Connection_Refused. I have tried giving everyone read and write access to the root folder ( on the server side) but that hasn’t gotten me anywhere. This is a highly important project for me so any help would be gladly appreciated!! ( I do not even know if this is the proper topic channel for this question but thought it couldn’t hurt since it does have to do with my localhost installation of wordpress)

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  • When accessing the site over the network is the URL you’re using the same as the URL set as the site URL in Settings > General? The issue is that assets like CSS, JavaScript and Images are loaded using the URL in Settings, and if that URL is not publicly accessible then those resources won’t load.

    Thread Starter Phil

    (@philljw)

    Thank you SIR!!!!!! This solved it!! My bonus question is there a way to have wordpress cache a RTSP required credential. For example, a RTSP stream is entered through an iframe but requires username and password to sign into that stream. Any help with this would be greatly appreciated!

    I don’t have any experience with RTSP, so I can’t say for sure, except that it will likely require custom development, if there aren’t already plugins available. I suggest posting a new topic for that question so that you’re more likely to get the attention of someone who is knowledgeable on the topic.

    Thread Starter Phil

    (@philljw)

    Thank you!

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