This is a problem with the server-setting, meaning that your hosting company will need to solvet this on your behalf. The problem is outdated MOD_SECURITY core ruleset.
Option 1: Get your host to update the rule set ↑ Back to top
This is by far the best option as everything will then work as by design. Contact your hosting provider for assistance.
Option 2: Rename files and update functions.php
Alternatively, you’ll need to change how WooCommerce handles the files. This change will need to be repeated whenever you update the WooCommerce plugin as the changes will be overwritten.
Rename these files:
wp-content/plugins/woocommerce/assets/js/jquery-cookie/jquery.cookie.js wp-content/plugins/woocommerce/assets/js/jquery-cookie/jquery.cookie.min.js to: wp-content/plugins/woocommerce/assets/js/jquery-cookie/jquery_cookie.js wp-content/plugins/woocommerce/assets/js/jquery-cookie/jquery_cookie.min.js
And add the following to your theme’s functions.php file:
Option 3: use a plugin to rename the files ↑ Back to top
If the first two options aren’t possible, then you can use a plugin, which renames the file being loaded:
- If you are using WooCommerce 2.6.14 or below: woocommerce-jquery-cookie-fix.zip
- If you are using WooCommerce 3.0.0 or above: woocommerce-js-cookie-fix
Note: Please remove any previous fixes you may have applied.