Support » Plugin: CSS & JavaScript Toolbox » Residual BPS settings still cause install to hang?

  • It’s been several months since you put the “bypass rule fix” here in the support for BulletProof Security. I hope you’re still interested in helping out with some issues.

    I had BPS installed soon after I started my WP site. But there were some problems that kept me from using another plugin that was of greater importance to me so I deactivated and removed it. But, there were certain changes made to my setup that I believe still linger which are causing some problems.

    One of those I know for certain is that the WP database directories had a prefix added to their names. When I went into my hosting admin area I removed the prefix from each directory, but that broke my site. I replaced the prefix and everything worked again. So I decided to just live with whatever residual effects BPS had left.

    But now I would like to use CJT and it hangs on creating the databases. I assume it’s because of these renaming changes, although it may be something else that BPS touched.

    Can you think of a way for me to fix the problem without having to reinstall BPS? Thank you.

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  • Plugin Author wipeoutmedia


    Hi mrobow,

    Thank you for your support message.
    I apologise for the delay in getting back to you. We have been super busy with various projects and haven’t had a chance to look into this. Please leave it with us and we will investigate the case and get back to as soon as we can.

    Kind Regards,

    Plugin Author wipeoutmedia



    Thank you for contacting us.
    Again, sorry for the delay getting back to you.
    We really a little busy working on other issues and features.

    Deactivating and deleting BPS Plugin might keep the BPS created .htaccess files that contain the BPS security role exists. You should go to the BPS admin page and make sure that you’re deleted all the roles right there.

    You can do some simple investigation through your Host files browser or through FTP.

    Make sure that there is no .htaccess file exists under /wp-admin folder, WordPress don’t have .htaccess folder under wp-admin folder. Make sure that the .htaccess files under the WordPress root directory is contain only the code responsible for the permalink schema. It looks like this:

    # BEGIN WordPress
    <IfModule mod_rewrite.c>
    RewriteEngine On
    RewriteBase /css-javascript-toolbox/6.0/3.5/
    RewriteRule ^index\.php$ – [L]
    RewriteCond %{REQUEST_FILENAME} !-f
    RewriteCond %{REQUEST_FILENAME} !-d
    RewriteRule . /css-javascript-toolbox/6.0/3.5/index.php [L]

    # END WordPress

    If you’ve any complexity investigating this, please visit CJT website:, post a new support thread with the WordPress admin login details so we can check this out ourself.

    Hope that helps.

    If you’ve any further questions Please don’t hesitate to contact us


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