Hello, I wrote this saying everything, and I’m writing it for it to come true, I’ve been really unlucky with it, but you have no idea about it closely. Can you help, can I become a soldier, mistake keeps interfering and I haven’t said a word about a star yet. .. raja of bad luck ……….
WebP Express Settings..
It seems your server setup does not support headers in .htaccess. You should either fix this (install mod_headers) or deactivate the “Enable direct redirection to existing converted images?” option. Otherwise the Vary:Accept header will not be added and this can result in problems for users behind proxy servers (ie used in larger companies)
You have turned on “Create webp files upon request?””. However, this feature does not work on your current server settings / wordpress setup, because the PHP scripts in the plugin folder (in the “wod” and “wod2” subfolders) fails to run when requested directly. You can try to fix the problem or simply turn it off and rely on “Convert on upload” and “Bulk Convert” to get the images converted.
If you are going to try to solve the problem, you need at least one of the following pages to display “pong”: wod-test or wod2-test. The problem will typically be found in the server configuration or a security plugin. If one of the links results in a 403 Permission denied, look out for “deny” and “denied” in httpd.conf, /etc/apache/sites-enabled/your-site.conf and in parent .htaccess files.
Sorry, but your question is a bit unclear to us, because we do not see how your question is related to our theme. We will try to explain: WebP Express plugin doesn’t come bundled with our theme, so it is 3rd party plugin. Server setup and .htaccess are also independent of the theme, it is server side.
We would recommend you contact support of the WebP Express plugin and your hosting provider.
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