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    Hi, I wonder if you can help. I have read the sticky on the Firewall, however I am getting a little confused. Currently, on the site I have just released: – I am having issues with the Portfolio and Clients pages not displaying correctly when the Firewall is on. I followed some steps about clearing the whitelist and then allowing it to be rebuilt and this seemed to have some success with the Portfolio page but not the clients page. Any help would be really appreciated.

    AITpro Admin

    When I check the “Our Clients” page with Google Chrome Developer Tools I see two 403 errors for these Think Up Panels plugin scripts. ┬áThe Think Up Panels plugin appears to be bundled with the Think Up Experon Theme.

    I do not think Plugin Firewall AutoPilot Mode will automatically create whitelist rules for these scripts because of the odd/bad choice of naming convention for the additional “plugins” subfolder path that was used. ie the plugin is asking for trouble/problems by using the “plugins” folder name twice in the path structure. For future troubleshooting reference you can check your BPS Security Log to troubleshoot issues like this and then post the Security Log entry in the forum which will show exactly what is being blocked.

    Add this whitelist rule in the Plugins Script|File Whitelist Text Area. Note: Using Regex code up to the /inc/(.*) folder path will ensure that the duplicate “plugins” folder naming convention used in the thinkup panels plugin will not cause a problem for the Plugin Firewall.


    Plugin Firewall Manual Setup Steps
    1. Copy and paste plugin scripts/whitelist rules to the Plugins Script|File Whitelist Text Area.
    2. Click the Save Whitelist Options button.
    3. Turn AutoPilot Mode On.
    4. Click the Plugin Firewall BulletProof Mode Activate button.

    Each plugin script/file path that you add MUST be separated by a comma and a space. Example: /some-example-plugin/api/paypal-ipn-script.php, /another-example-plugin/some-example-script.php. The path name starts with the plugin folder name (do not add /wp-content in the path name).

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