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Display errors when publishing a WordPress site using UTM.

A post  from many years ago is very similar to the issue I am having, but following the thread suggestions didn't fix my issue.

The site has been developed for a local Mini (Automotive) Group.
For comparison I have created two ways to access the site, one via UTM and a second using NGINX reverse proxy.

UTM -->> (output formatting fails)
NGINX -->> (output formatting as designed)

Viewing the two sites you can see that the UTM link is missing a lot of formatting.   I have reviewed the information I can find on this forum but have been unable to overcome the issue.  Any help with solving this issue would be greatly appreciated.

Wordpress is version 5.6.2 with the JupiterX Theme (1.20.0 core) running on Ubuntu 20.04.

As I am also a HAM radio operation I and hosting a copy of javAPRSSrvr locally. I have published the associated status web site through the WAP and all appears to be working correctly on this site (custom java code, no Apache server, custom port).  This site can be viewed -->>

Post from many years ago, which didn't solve my issues.

Any help with solving this issue would be greatly appreciated.

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  • Hi Alan and welcome to the UTM Community!

    I have the free Sandboxie, so I'll open your links in a sandbox to protect my system.

    We can't know if an external site is properly protected. The only malware I've gotten in over 10 years was from an external link to a picture in this forum several years ago.  Thanks in advance!  In your post above, please replace the links to an outside site with inserted screencaps of what you want others to see.

    What do you see in the WAF log when you access the site via the UTM?  You will probably want to show us 50-100 lines.

    Cheers - Bob

    Sophos UTM Community Moderator
    Sophos Certified Architect - UTM
    Sophos Certified Engineer - XG
    Gold Solution Partner since 2005
    MediaSoft, Inc. USA
  • With more exploring and looking at a lot of log files I have discovered reason for the issue.   It turns out the "Real Server" was not running in HTTPS response mode and the javascript links being returned to the browser were HTTP and not HTTPS, resulting in the javascripts being dropped.

    Switching the Apache server  "Real Server" to use HTTPS: allows the pages to display correctly.