WordPress.org

New to Translating WordPress? Read through our Translator Handbook to get started. Hide

Translation of Stable Readme (latest release): Spanish (Argentina)

1
Filter ↓ Sort ↓ All (317) Untranslated (314) Waiting (0) Fuzzy (0) Warnings (0)
Prio Original string Translation
Your web server needs direct access to the plugin files to load anything in an iFrame. Some aggressive security settings block this kind of access, usually through an <code>.htaccess</code> file in your <code>wp-content</code> or <code>plugins</code> folders, which is why this plugin gives a corresponding error message if it detects inability to access the files (checked through a <code>file_get_contents</code> call on a plugin file URL). But some systems implement further blocks specifically on <code>file_get_contents</code> or on iFrames with specific styles (using <code>mod_securty</code> rules, for instance), which is why the plugin provides a means to override this auto-detection and force the admin page. You have to log in to add a translation. Details

Original untranslated

Your web server needs direct access to the plugin files to load anything in an iFrame. Some aggressive security settings block this kind of access, usually through an <code>.htaccess</code> file in your <code>wp-content</code> or <code>plugins</code> folders, which is why this plugin gives a corresponding error message if it detects inability to access the files (checked through a <code>file_get_contents</code> call on a plugin file URL). But some systems implement further blocks specifically on <code>file_get_contents</code> or on iFrames with specific styles (using <code>mod_securty</code> rules, for instance), which is why the plugin provides a means to override this auto-detection and force the admin page.
Comment

Found in faq paragraph.

You have to log in to edit this translation.

Meta

Status:
untranslated
Priority of the original:
normal
1
Legend:
Current
Waiting
Fuzzy
Old
With Warnings

Export as

Skip to toolbar