When I click on that link I get an error message by CloudFlare:
“Error 1020 Access Denied”
“This website is using a security service to protect itself from online attacks.”
The only “security service” my website uses is WordFence. But I checked with their support which said their plugin isn’t causing this. Could it be some security setting in CloudFlare? Thanks in advance
Check the Firewall Events Log to see what rule is triggering the block.
The only rule is one that blocks requests from plugins. This rule will trigger if the URI path contains the value
/wp-content/plugins and the referrer does not contain
Does this rule make sense and should I keep it?
If so, is there a way to amend the rule to make an exception for the Autoptimize plugin? Thanks
You already have Wordfence, so go ahead and delete that firewall rule.
Alright the linked Autoptimize JS file got access again. Thanks very much
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