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  • Thread Starter amanandhishoe

    (@amanandhishoe)

    Thank you. I’ll try that. I know that the SQL doesn’t have that hash after the wpdb->prepare, because I saved the result in a field in the database, and when I look at that, it looks normal.

    Thread Starter amanandhishoe

    (@amanandhishoe)

    Get your web host to set up the spf/dkim/dmarc headers for your domain. Once you do that, you may not need WP Mail SMTP. If the mail server for your domain is on the same server as your WordPress site, your configuration may be setup to send mail through that server.

    In my case, my WordPress site and my email server are handled by different companies. So I use WP Mail SMTP to get email generated by WordPress sent through my email server. You would also use WP Mail SMTP if you want mail generated by WordPress to be sent by commercial email servers such as mailgun, Google Mail, Microsoft, etc.,

    Thread Starter amanandhishoe

    (@amanandhishoe)

    I am using the Pro version, but the spf/dkim/dmarc are not features of WP Mail SMTP Pro. Since WP Mail SMTP sends the mail to my actual mail server and it is that mail server which sends out the mail, the mail picks up the spf/dkim/dmarc setup in my DNS records for my mail server. Spf/dkim/dmarc headers derive from your DNS records.

    In your DNS settings for a mail server, you’ll specify things like mail from say MyDomain.com should be coming from specific mail servers. When servers get email that says it is from MyDomain.com, they will query the DNS records for MyDomain.com to get the spf/dkim/dmarc settings for MyDomain.com and use those to validate the incoming email.

    Without WP Mail SMTP, the mail is being sent via php from wherever your WordPress site is, and it isn’t going through your regular mail server. So even though the mail may say it is from MyDomain.com, when a receiving mail server checks the DNS records for MyDomain.com, it will see that the email is not coming from an authorized mail server.

    WooCommerce 4.4.0 is breaking many plugins. WooCommerce is working on a fix and will be releasing 4.4.1 to correct the bugs with WooCommerce 4.4.0. In the meantime, you can downgrade to the previous version of WooCommerce 4.3.3.

    Thread Starter amanandhishoe

    (@amanandhishoe)

    I did a bit more research and the problem is that twentyseven theme lets you set the site to be one column or two column with two column being the default.

    However, the setting for using one or two columns does not appear if if you the front page set to display your latest posts. If you set your front page to be a static page, then twentyseven shows a Theme Options selection in the list of customizable items.

    Whether you want your pages to be one or two columns should be independent of whether you want your front page to be a static page or show your latest posts.

    My childtheme is working as expected.

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