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agusmu
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You can try to contact support.

In few cases (that has been reported by other author in forum), it will be removed. But in most cases, they will not remove it… :(

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It is still a recommendation, but highly recommended, or equal to 60% strict requirement… :D

you can read it from Stephen’s comment here, http://themeforest.net/forums/thread/now-we-cant-use-cdn-for-our-theme-assets/166972?page=4&message_id=1231257#1231257
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@agusmu, zero change in changing to the code to match your suggestion. Still the exact same amount of issues. I would love to know what it is about the enqueue function that just breaks javascript.

Then, it could be another issue. If you can put this live, so we can see it directly, probably we can help you.

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It is because you use wp_enqueue_script in a wrong way. If you prefer to register it first using wp_register_script, then you can call it with simple wp_enqueue_script.

Example based on your current code:
function bliss_jsscripts(){
    /* register supersized script */
    wp_register_script('supersized', get_template_directory_uri() . '/js/supersized.3.2.6.js',array('jquery'), false, false);

    if( !is_admin()){
        /* enqueue supersized script on frontend only*/
        wp_enqueue_script('supersized');
    }
}
add_action('wp_enqueue_scripts', 'bliss_jsscripts', 999);
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Pagination works, but as I said in the last reply, goes to a 404…

where do you put this code? what file?

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Hi Syamil,

Correct…

It is common when a company has bigger customer base, they need more resources for support… For DO case, their support is less responsive lately, for sure…

I also can feel that “elastic search” email is a generic answer template from their support…

For my personal stuff, I moved from DO to Linode last month… Their price is competitive now… Their documentation / library is better (DO is community-driven documentation)... And, their support is better, I think…

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Hi Syamil,

Really sorry to hear that…

This is exactly what happened to us also…

I noticed that our websites were down yesterday. Our big team has a big droplet on DigitalOcean to host all of our websites…

I talked to our team and our friend who handle the server said that our droplet was suspended… :(

Okay, stay calm…

The first email said that DO got complaint from Bank of America said that one of our websites host phishing page of them…

The second email said that one or some of our websites become DDOS attack source, possibly because of elasticsearch vulnerability… We also do not believe that we have elasticsearch installed…

Then, we jump to conclusion that one of our websites was hacked! And the hacker uses our website to generate bad traffic for his bad purposes…

We keep communicating with them, and in our conversation we find that the phishing page is on one of our “old” WordPress demo website… This subdomain is no longer maintained, so it still use an old version of WordPress…

We know that old WordPress version is full of vulnerabilities… So, it can be a door for hacker to hack our website and use it for bad purposes…

Our dropplet was still suspended, but DO give access via console… Then our team can “remove” this subdomain to fix this issue…

And, finally… our websites are back online again last night before Netherland vs Argentina match… :-D

Lesson Learned

1) DigitalOcean (and also Linode) is “Unmanaged” VPS hosting… So, we are fully responsible with what happened with our server… We are glad that we have member in our team that has good capability on sysadmin…

2) We need to deactivate / remove our unused / inactive websites…

3) We need to keep our WordPress up to date…

4) We need to keep our WordPress secure…

I am not sysadmin, so I am not the expert on this case, I only share what I heard and I knew… And I hope this reply is useful for you… ;)

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