Earnings at risk – You need to fix some ads.txt file issues to avoid severe impact to your revenue.
If you’re seeing an “Earnings at risk – Google AdSense Ads.txt error” message in your AdSense account, it means that there is an issue with the ads.txt file on your website. Here are some steps you can take to resolve this error:
By following these steps, you should be able to resolve the “Earnings at risk – Google AdSense Ads.txt error” and ensure that your AdSense earnings are not impacted by any ads.txt issues.
if your website not redirected properly AdSense bot will not recording your ads.txt file.
Check your website is working for either,
if your site configured only for WWW version, you should create a 301 permeant redirect from non-WWW version to WWW version in order to make ads.txt file readable for both versions.
Most probably It might happen after you upgrade your WordPress version. Because some themes still not supporting to the Last version of Gutenberg editor plugin, the most easiest way to overcome this issue is to switch the default editor with the WordPress Classic Editor plugin.
Mortify the theme support;
add_theme_support( ‘post-formats’, array( ‘aside’ ) );
add_post_type_support( ‘post’, ‘post-formats’ );
Many of you may have experienced this issue after updating your WordPress version (specially after WordPress 5.6). The conflict caused by WordPress 5.6 updated Gutenberg editor with your excising theme’s visual editor. Keep in mind that this is not the issue called White Screen of Death (WSoD).
The WordPress 5.6 update was released in December 2020, and it’s been a hot topic for many WordPress users and developers alike. While the update comes with some exciting new features, there have been reports of issues that users are facing, including a “blank screen” upon logging into their WordPress dashboard.
This issue occurs when a user attempts to log in to their WordPress dashboard after updating to the latest version of WordPress 5.6. Instead of the normal dashboard page they’re used to seeing, they’re greeted with a blank white screen. This can be very frustrating, as it prevents them from accessing the settings and features they need to manage their WordPress website.
So what causes this issue? The primary cause is due to a compatibility issue between WordPress 5.6 and the Gutenberg editor. The Gutenberg editor is an integral part of the WordPress update and is used for creating and editing content on your website. Unfortunately, it appears that the new update is causing compatibility issues with certain plugins and themes, which leads to the blank screen issue.
Fortunately, there are steps you can take to resolve this issue and get your site back up and running again.
There are 2 suggestion to overcome this issue by the WordPress Community.
I got this error when I try to do update using Elementor page builder on Consulting – Business, Finance WordPress Theme . First I thought It is some error with theme or any plugin associate with the theme. But the actual reason is the function block by the server’s security feature.
This is how I solved it
Click & Go to ModSecurity
Look for user exact domain and select Off. (For all domains, ModSecurity is On by default)
If you get this message without loading your WordPress site it means the PHP code in your site is not compatible with the version of PHP your site is currently using. More specifically, the issue is with the outdated MySQL extension which was removed as of PHP 7.0.
If you’re using any version of PHP above 7.0 and you’re seeing this error, it’s due to old code that needs to be updated.
Solution 1 : If you unable to upgrade your WordPress installation to the latest for some reasons (i.e. – plugin compatibility) you have to downgrade the server PHP version. (v 5.6)
In order to do it please follow the instructions given by your hosting provider.
If you use cPanel, Read – Switching PHP Version within cPanel
Note: We are not recommending this as a permanent solution. Making changes to your PHP version may impact your site. We encourage you to verify that your site is functioning properly after making any changes.
Solution 2 : You will need to upgrade the core WordPress files to the current version, as well as any plugins your site is using.
When you try to edit TXT record in DNS Zone editor in cPanel, you might getting following error saying,
“You must specify a valid zone name.”
As a solution you can type the ‘domain name‘ instead of typing ‘@‘.