First of all check for a corrupt .htaccess file on your FTP server. Rename the existing one and try to visit your site. If nothing changed the .htaccess is not the reason for the error. In my case the solution was to rename the folder "plugins" in the folder wp-content. Then try to access the website again if you see the text of your website of course without any graphical elements the reason for the error is a corrupted plugin. Now create a new folder "plugins" in the folder wp-content and move one plugin from the old plugins folder to the new created folder. After every movement try to reload the website if it is possible to see the content it wasn't the corrupted plugin. In my case an internal plugin of wordpress "wp_smtp_mail" was the reason for the error. Hope my solution helps! Good luck!

*** Solution for Safari ***

From your Safari menu bar click Safari > Preferences then select the Passwords tab.

Select the finance website then click Remove.

Now open Keychain Access located in HD > Applications > Utilities

Select Passwords on the left.

Type in the name of the website in the search field top right corner of that window. If there's a keychain available, right or control click the keychain then click Delete.

Usually using incognito mode in your browser is the best way to deal with this issue or to hide the adds with the adblocker and other similar plugins.

Usually many code editors today are using a git plugin that you can use. Try to find if there is an intergrated Git versioning system in your code editor. Personally would reccoment for Mac using the Visual Studio Code which has git integrated

Another solution would be using with adblock some other plugins for your browser like HTTPS Everywhere and Disconnect which will aditionaly make your browsing a lot safer and with even less pop ups

There are other editors that wold work better on windows as Atom


The solution to this problems depends on the browser you are using but for example in chrome would be :
1.Go to “chrome://flags” in the URL bar and hit Return/Enter
2.In the search box at the top, type in “autoplay”
3.Look for “Autoplay policy” and pull down the submenu, then choose “Document user activation is required”
4.Relaunch Chrome for the setting to take effect

Another solution will be to use a new script called anti-adblock-killer has been developed that allows you to keep your Adblock active when you visit a website equipped with an Adblock detector, and this asks you to deactivate it. The script "tricks" the web, making it believe that you do not have Adblock enabled, and you can access the content without problems and of course without seeing publicity.

In any other browser, the steps to follow are the ones Alma Cusevic suggests. In case of using chrome, I recommend downloading Tampermonkey (Script manager). Nevertheless there are plenty of alternative managers.

The easiest way to get to the desktop version of a website is by selecting the desktop view link on the page itself - if it is provieded! Not every website has this option, so of course your described methods are usefull in this cases as a quick workaround.



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