Have you ever run into the situation where you took over someone else’s project and the person who designed the database used a reserved word for a column name? Enter the backtick (`) solution. Also known as the grave accent. The practically un-used character paired with the tilde ~ on your keyboard is the character that can force that SQL statement to do what you need.
e.g. UPDATE tbl_name set `desc`=”value” WHERE pkey=ID
Open Network Settings.
Locate the Local Area Connection that relates to the Cisco VPN adapter. Disable it. Try to connect. Still does not work? Try to diagnose & reset it & try connecting again.
This error usually happens after a network router reboots while the VPN was connected.
Correct this file:
Change Line ~149:
if(preg_match(‘/<(img|embed|object|iframe)[^>]*>/i’, $this->value)) return true;
if(preg_match(‘/<(img|embed|object|iframe|meta)[^>]*>/i’, $this->value)) return true;