All I did was: 1. I have no clue as to what is causing this error, and I am running other wordpress blogs at the same web-host without experiencing this problem…. A recent feature was added to verify the signatures of the code. The sodium library helps with that. But it was discovered that not all systems had the library depending on the PHP version , and that was fixed with the compat folder. There was a memory problem with some versions of it when run on a 32 bit system. But that was fixed. If you are running WP 5. On your host, where you can choose the PHP version, is there a section where you choose the libraries? See if sodium is there and enable it.
In this way, it will aim to harmonise laws governing the processing of personal data across Europe. Even better, the GDPR enshrines a principle of extraterritoriality, which means that, in certain circumstances, the scope of its application can be extended beyond the frontiers of Europe. If you are an organisation that processes personal data, you are highly likely to be governed by the provisions of the GDPR.
Codex tools: Log in. As of WordPress Version 2. Leaving the value blank null will insure the collation is automatically assigned by MySQL when the database tables are created. And you may be in need of a WordPress upgrade. In Version 2. These collectively replaced a single key introduced in Version 2.
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