Support » Plugin: Cerber Security, Anti-spam & Malware Scan » Verify child theme data integrity: Created zip file doesn’t work!

  • Resolved suzyloonam

    (@suzyloonam)


    The integrity of all plugins and all themes has been verified except for the child theme (of Divi). I zipped up the child theme files and offered the zip file to the WP-Cerber dog, but he didn’t bite.

    How can I set up my child theme files in a zip file that I can upload to “resolve issue” of failed integrity checks?

    All plugins and WP are up-to-date.

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  • Today, I got the child theme to verify on another site by carefully downloading the child theme files and folders and creating a zip file, then using that file to resolve the issue.

    When I tried before, my local child theme files did not match those on the server, so of course they would not verify. Copy child theme files and folders on server (exact-same structure) to local drive, then zip. Then use that file to verify your child theme.

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    Plugin Author Gioni

    (@gioni)

    If you upload a theme ZIP archive from within the WordPress dashboard (the default way) you don’t need to do anything. Cerber will use the archive to check the integrity of the theme. But if a child theme folder has been created directly on the disk without uploading a ZIP archive, you have to create a ZIP archive with child theme folder and upload it on the scan results page.

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