04 related to bc-v3.min.html (cookiebot)
from january 27 we have so many 404 error, after performing a first debug I found that the 404 error is related to the bc-v3.min.html file which is from cookiebot. how to solve?
I'm investigating into the problem, it seems related to a siteground caching setting0
Same issue here. bc-v3.min.html get status code 404 on most subsites!!! Widget is not loading!0
do you have any caching system enabled?0
Yes, I'm using wp Rocket. Which js file do I have to exclude to get it work?0
the official support can say which js file you have to exclude
i think that can be
the file bc-v3.min.html is, probably, the SDK
try for small steps, disable the JS minification and try this for every settings in wp rocket0
excluding uc.js is working! Thanks0
I'm looking at the issue, and it appears to be tied to a siteground caching option. If you haven't yet funded your solution, go here for more information.0
have you tried to exclude uc.js from the caching?
The WP Plugin development team will be returning to us about the release ASAP but in the meantime, the warning should be harmless and you may disable the debugging mode.
To disable debugging mode in WordPress, follow these steps:
1. Log into your hosting account and launch File Manager.
2. In the public_html folder, find and open wp-config.php.
3. In the wp-config file, you’ll find the following line of code –
The WordPress debug mode is now enabled. To disable it, you’ll have to replace ‘true’ with ‘false.’ It looks like this –
Save the changes and exit the editor. You have now disabled WordPress debugging mode and the reported error should not be visible anymore.0
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