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  • Resolved Dr. D

    (@wtsadmin)


    I have verified that it is this last update that, right after the opening <body> tag, prints the following:

    heSMI2ArrayAS22

    Weird I know.

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  • Plugin Author JS Morisset

    (@jsmoriss)

    Have you enabled the SSO > Advanced > Content Text > Use WordPress Content Filters option? If so, try unchecking that option. See here for details: https://wpsso.com/docs/plugins/wpsso/installation/debugging-and-problem-solving/

    js.

    Dr. D

    (@wtsadmin)

    Impressive your prompt reply. What a brilliant answer. It makes sense that it could be that setting.

    Unfortunately I did indeed try enabling the Use WordPress Content Filters option, clearing caches and not minifying scripts yet the characters still appear, only on private pages such as “my account”.

    Plugin Author JS Morisset

    (@jsmoriss)

    A “My Account” page sounds like it might be an e-commerce page with a shortcode, so let’s make sure “Private page” means what you think it means. 😉 When you create a page, you select “Visibility: Private” in the right-hand sidebar, then viewing that page in the front-end, you see “heSMI2ArrayAS22” at the top of the content area, right? 🙂

    Since PHP / WordPress appear to be printing an array as a string, there should be a PHP error logged in the WordPress debug.log file (assuming you defined WP_DEBUG and activated the Query Monitor plugin as suggested in the link previously provided). Please copy-paste the complete error message from PHP in a reply.

    js.

    Plugin Author JS Morisset

    (@jsmoriss)

    Any update on this? 🙂

    js.

    Dr. D

    (@wtsadmin)

    Good morning. My apologies for the delay yesterday.

    Your debugging method is wonderful. I discovered non related errors I never knew about.

    This issue was so tough to track down yet I finally caught it. Minification via caching. Why it only appeared on private pages I don’t know, yet by modifying the method of minifying js it’s gone now. Chalk it up to another dumb error which can now be forgotten.

    D

    • This reply was modified 1 year ago by Dr. D.
    Plugin Author JS Morisset

    (@jsmoriss)

    Thanks for the update. 🙂

    js.

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