This is probably too vague a question, but I have to start somehow, somewhere. I made a custom php page for use in my WordPress site. I viewed the source of a page in the site, copied that, and edited it, removing all the WordPress “guts” but keeping all the header, page and footer styling, and then included my own code for the page content. This page has been live for around 6 months and there hasn’t been any issue with it. But yesterday it was found to have the WordPress admin bar across the top. I logged into my hosting file manager and deleted that code.
Is anyone aware of any kind of hack, or plugin or hosting mishap, that could cause that code to be added to my page? Or, if possibly that code was in the page at some point early in development, have unexpected restores of old files been known to happen? (I know I’ve seen that happen in other situations, where I keep making edits but the old versions keep showing up again)
I update WordPress and all plugins as needed monthly.
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