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I installed Redirector to add some redirections on my site and to check if (old) pages visited resulting in a 404 error.
I see in log every day 404 errors coming from the theme. De source URL is: /wordpress/wp-content/themes/gravida-pro/assets/js/jquery.easing.js?ver=1
Is this something to worry about? If yes, how can I solve this?
Thank you, Wilfried
Kindly show us your website URL so that we can assist further.
Sorry I forgot. The website URL = http://familialebemiddeling.net
This folder exists, but the file it points to does not exists.
I did some research. If I check the source code of my main page then I find:
So I think this is the reason I see the 404 in the Redirect logs because this file does not exists. Is this a bug in WordPress or in Theme? Or did I possible mess up something?
I did again some research and found in gravida-pro/lib/functions/enqueue.php the following line:
wp_enqueue_script('complete_galjs2',get_template_directory_uri().'/assets/js/jquery.easing.js', array('jquery'), true);
When I put it in comment (putting // before the code), then I see not anymore the 404 error.
It looks the site is still function normal. Shall I Leave it like this without expecting problems?
Is this some hangover from older version that still is there an will be removed by next upgrade?
Yes that way its solved. Nothing to worry about it.
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