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Ajax no reason to be in source? 403 error

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Hi,

I have search the forum on why there "admin-ajax.php" in the source of DMS / Pagelines. It seems that there is no reason for it to be there since it´s not fetching any "data" from somewhere else and do then get 403 error.

Previous open (but not solved): http://forum.pagelines.com/topic/35786-the-old-not-saving-changes-dance/?page=2#comment-212187

Second: http://forum.pagelines.com/topic/32997-saving-template-in-infinite-loop-and-custom-css-cant-be-added-nor-deleted/#comment-195728

This appease on site: webbdo.se and are being executed to http://www.webbdo.se/wp-admin/admin-ajax.php

What is this for and how can it be correct loaded or removed?

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Danny

Hi,

As far as I am aware, it is related to plugins, you can quite possibly visit any WordPress website and search the page source for admin-ajax.php. It is not simply related to sites powered by DMS Framework.


Please search our forums, before posting!

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