Unknown file in WordPress core: wp-admin\...\...\php.ini (+94 more)
WordFence for WordPress scan reports the following "high" level security warnings:
Unknown file in WordPress core: wp-admin/css/colors/light/php.ini (+ 94 more).
This file is in a WordPress core location but is not distributed with this version of WordPress. This scan often includes files left over from a previous WordPress version, but it may also find files added by another plugin, files added by your host, or malicious files added by an attacker. 94 more similar files were found.
Konica Minolta scanning to Synology NAS - Deleted Due to Error
Scanning from Konica Minolta BizHub C224e to Synology DiskStation 218+ NAS fails with the error: "Deleted Due to Error".
Clone WordPress website for development or testing purposes
Sometimes I need to create a WordPress website clone for testing purposes. This normally goes onto a subdomain, i.e. if the main website is mysite.com, the temporary test version will be dev.mysite.com. If you simply restore the website, including the SQL database from a backup, as soon as you try to navigate to dev.mysite.com, you will be redirected to mysite.com.
Can't import SQL dump from Plesk backup - Unexpected character near...
Cannot import SQL database extracted from Plesk web server backup. The following error is displayed in phpMyAdmin on the new server:
...errors were found during analysis.
Unexpected character. (near "" at position...)