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  • Moderator Jose Castaneda

    (@jcastaneda)

    THEME COFFEE MONKEY

    Hi there,

    I have encountered something similar though I feel your issue isn’t the same as what I had experienced. What have you tried to resolve this so far?

    Reason I ask is because there are a couple of things that come to mind when I see that on the admin. First one being a plugin update gone wrong. Second being a them update gone wrong. Or even a core update gone wrong. If you haven’t already try deactivating all plugins to see if that resolve things. If that doesn’t you could potentially try using a different theme as well to see if that clears things up.

    Let us know if that helps

    Thread Starter timlinbob

    (@timlinbob)

    Thanks Jose, just tried clicking links to update and I get 404 server errors… not going to be able to do anything.
    I’ve sent a ticket to the host, we shall see…
    Thanks
    Tim 🙂

    Moderator Jose Castaneda

    (@jcastaneda)

    THEME COFFEE MONKEY

    Fingers crossed they give you some useful information

    Jason Coleman

    (@strangerstudios)

    A common issue that can result in both 404s and unloaded stylesheets is if your web server is not configured to support HTTP traffic and/or you don’t have your WP site set up to always service things over HTTPS.

    So when you get a 404, see if it fixes by changing http: to https:.

    If this seems to be related to your issue, you can use the Really Simple SSL plugin in the repo here to help configure your WP site to always use HTTPS and fix some common issues there.

    But your host should also be configured to redirect HTTP requests to HTTPS to avoid those 404s. It’s common for folks to miss that.

    Let us know if this helps.

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