[Resolved] 404 bad request

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  • #912816
    epickenyan

    Hi. GTMetrix is flagging the following: Avoid bad requests-The following requests are returning 404/410 responses. Either fix the broken links or remove the references to the non-existent resources.

    /wp-content/plugins/gp-premium/general/icons/gp-premium.ttf
    /wp-content/plugins/gp-premium/general/icons/gp-premium.woff

    Update: I have moved the site to a new server. Use a VPN or proxy if you cannot access it (changed nameservers too).

    Solved: Reuploaded the files after following the path and seeing the files were missing.

    #913353
    David
    Staff
    Customer Support

    Glad to hear you got that resolved.

    #913425
    epickenyan

    Hi David. After moving to the new server I saw that activating the Typography module makes the pro features of it not appear in the front end. Not sure why coz I have deactivated all plugins and still nothing. In fact, activating it also disables other font options in the free version. (I also checked the other website which I have not deleted yet and also the typography bug is there in version 1.8.2).

    #913784
    Tom
    Lead Developer
    Lead Developer

    Hi there,

    Not too sure what you mean. Are you saying if you activate the “Typography” module, none of the options show up in the Customize > Typography?

    #913974
    epickenyan

    Yes, Tom. And All the other options in the free version disappear in the customiser, e.g. h1-h3 in body font.

    #914495
    Tom
    Lead Developer
    Lead Developer

    Can you show me a screenshot of your Customizer panel?

    #915176
    epickenyan

    Hi Tom, seems the issue resolved itself. Thanks. Btw, will we ever see different typography and colour settings for single posts separate from the body settings?

    #915460
    Tom
    Lead Developer
    Lead Developer

    We might see different heading settings, but likely not color settings. The more options we add, the more database calls the theme makes. Sometimes CSS is a better solution 🙂

    #916180
    epickenyan

    Aha. Makes sense.

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