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danigurgel

Connection issue - Can I go without?

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danigurgel

Hello,

I have a connection issue with my Pagelines Platform 5 Installation:

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Platform 5 Connection IssueSSL: certificate subject name '*.wpengine.com' does not match target host name 'www.pagelines.com'

 

I have already tried inserting define( 'PL_SSL_NO_VERIFY', true ); into my wp-config.php file. Did not solve it.
I am unable to solve it as explained in the "Readme first" posts, because the hosting service refuses to whitelist those domain/IPs listed

I am able to manually download any files I might need to, though. It is only my wordpress installation that cannot connect to those servers, not my computer.

 

So my question is pretty straightforward: Is there any way I can bypass adding the account and add any new plugins, extensions and updates manually? It would be my best choice, I guess.

Thanks

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Simon

Please open a support ticket.

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