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  • #67781
    swmagic999
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    this appears at the top of my page:

     

    section and everything up till < div id=”container” > * * >>>> DO NOT EDIT THIS FILE <<<< * * Warning! DO NOT EDIT THIS FILE, or any other theme file! If you edit ANY theme * file, all your changes will be LOST when you update the theme to a newer version. * Instead, if you need to change theme functionality, CREATE A CHILD THEME! * * >>>> DO NOT EDIT THIS FILE <<<< */ if ( ! isset( $GLOBALS[‘weaverx_page_who’] ) ) { $GLOBALS[‘weaverx_page_who’] = ‘unknown’; } do_action( ‘weaverx_alt_theme’, $GLOBALS[‘weaverx_page_who’] ); ?>

    avwebmaster.com

    my website gives me this evenĀ  in wp-admin.

    #67782
    scrambler
    Moderator

    This is being inserted at the top of the body tag, and I don’t know any way the theme would do that.

    Have you updated to the latest 4.4.7 posted today, it corrected a bug in 4.4.6 posted shortly before

    May be @weaver will have more ideas

    #67786
    Weaver
    Keymaster

    The theme file header.php (or possibly header-raw.php) seems to have been corrupted.

    Did you edit that file according to some instructions from some plugin?

    (Note what the comments say: DO NOT EDIT THIS FILE – it seems to have been edited!)

    Do you have some plugin that is fiddling with the <head> section?

    If you need to change the header.php file, you should NEVER do it in the theme, but rather in a child theme.

     

    Otherwise, you site has been hacked, and the hack has attacked the header.php file.

    #67787
    Weaver
    Keymaster

    Follow up: I see you are using Weaver Xtreme 4.3.4 which is somewhat out of date.

    And I see you ARE using a child theme. If you have header.php in the child, then it appears as if the first 4 or 5 lines have been deleted.

    In general, I don’t think there are major changes in Weaver Xtreme 4.4.x that affect a child theme.

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