null

It's basically anything that needs to be served as an HTTPS request over your server

null

Usual culprits are css and js. You might also have other media assets like icons, images, etc

null

There's two ways to do it... either an expose key in your project's composer.json (i.e. "expose": "themes/yourtheme/dist", or a composer.json inside of your theme (i.e. "expose": "dist")

null

Don't think so, I can't recall what the issue was

👍 (1)
null

Tell it that wp-admin is allowed though

Firesphere

I don't want to redirect every request from this bot to wp-admin though, that would exhaust my bandwidth in no time, as they request from about 1000 IP's

null

if your webserver user is www-data, try sudo chown -R www-data:www-data public/assets public/assets/.htaccess public/assets/.protected

null

almost always due to your assets folder not being writeable by your webserver user

(1)