Why is this line of code in every public page of my site…!!??
<link rel=’stylesheet’ id=’msw_wpfm_scan-css’ href=’/wp-content/plugins/wordpress-file-monitor/wordpress-file-monitor.php?ver=scan’ type=’text/css’ media=” />
Is this to run the cron only? Surely it would be sufficient to only add that on admin pages, not public pages too? Or is it related to how long the scan takes => adding in the Admin section means a chance that it hasn’t finished running when the user goes to view the report?
Either way, I’d think that this should at least be a controllable option. For the moment, I’ve edited the plugin so that code only shows up in the Admin section, not the public pages.
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