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❌ Defeat #Brave
Not today 🦁
The first Release Candidate for Brave 0.14.2 has been published. If you'd like to help us spot bugs, you may download it here: https://github.com/brave/browser-laptop/releases/tag/v0.14.2dev-RC1.
WARNING: This is not a final release. It will not auto-update when the final release is published. You will need to manually install Stable 0.14.2 upon its release.
Divi is a pretty complicated theming engine for WordPress. Sadly, it isn't always intuitive.
Some portions of it shadow standard features of WordPress, while other parts supplement the WordPress core.
This adds lots of control, but also lots of confusion.
Comments weren't showing up. They were enabled in WP, and enabled on the posts. Still didn't render.
I spent 3 hours crawling through PHP before I found _yet another_ comments-control button―in the Divi theming options.
Not mad. It's fun 🙂
Don't cache the nonce 🙂
Just after waking up this morning, I received a text from a friend that our submission form was failing. Each sign-up showed "Configuration Error."
Traced the message back to an XHR response. Examined the sessions that yielded that response to find an identical nonce in each.
We disabled caching for that form, refreshed the page, and BINGO! Unique nonce.
Moral of the story: Cache can be your best friend, or your morning misery manufacturer. Don't cache the nonce.
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