Using the WP Super Cache Plugin, I’m getting the “Unfortunately WordPress cannot find the file wp-cron.php” error, so I took the steps outlined in the Plugin’s troubleshooting section and edited my /etc/hosts file to get rid of the 127.0.0.1 line. Then I restarted Apache. But I’m still getting the same error, so my question is…any other ideas?
Also, will anything bad happen if I turn WP Super Cache on anyway?
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