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Unable to Edit or Rotate Images in WordPress

Have you ever experienced the following error in WordPress:

Could Not Load the Preview Image
Could not load the preview image. Please reload the page and try again.
Chances are you have WHM/cPanel and are running ModSecurity with the following rules enabled:

950120, 960015, 981243, 981044, 981049, 950901, 981245, 981243, 981257
If you have access to WHM yourself, you can disable the rules yourself.

  1. Log into WHM
  2. Navigate to Security Center
  3. Click on ModSecurity Tools
  4. Search for each of rules 950120, 960015, 981243, 981044, 981049, 950901, 981245, 981243, 981257
  5. Choose to Disable each rule
  6. Restart Apache after you disable each rule

Make WordPress Print Pretty

Making your WordPress site print-friendly is probably not the first thing on your GTD list. However, the process is relatively straightforward. The simplest method is editing your existing header.php and style.css files.

First, look for the HTML declaration in your theme’s main file, usually header.php. Search for something like this:

<link rel="stylesheet" 
href="<?php bloginfo('stylesheet_url'); ?>" type="text/css" media="screen" />

Change the last attribute to:

media="screen, print"

Second, it’s time to edit your theme’s CSS file, usually style.css. Add the following code to the bottom of the stylesheet:

@media print and (color) {
* {
     -webkit-print-color-adjust: exact;
     print-color-adjust: exact;
  }
}

That’s it! If you have caching enabled, remember to empty your cache. Happy printing.