I found a link that is something like “hxxps://i2.wp.com/test.o6asan.com/img/xxxxx.jpg?ssl=1” on the WordPress access log. I went to the page for checking the link. Yes, it was there. But, I couldn’t find such a link from the editor on my WordPress Dashboard. I could see the link “hxxps://test.o6asan.com/lmg/xxxxx.jpg”, though.
I was googling and realized Photon, this is one of Jetpack modules, gave this. I cannot remember I enabled Photon, but it was included in Jetpack modules activated. The features of Jetpack by WordPress.com are progressing forward very much lately. And recently, I was having a poor connection between my sites and WordPress.com, so I did disconnect my site from WordPress.com and reconnect. Maybe at that time, Photon might have been activated.
After deactivating Photon, I see the link like “hxxps://i2.wp.com/test.o6asan.com/img/xxxxx.jpg?ssl=1” has gone. The page for deactivating Jetpack modules is a bit difficult place to find. So, I’ll write down HowTo.
- Go to your WordPress Dashboard.
- Click the link “Settings”.
- Go to the bottom of the page and click “Debug”.
- Go to the bottom of the page and click “Access the full list of Jetpack modules available on your site.”.
- Find Photon and mouse it over. You can see the link “Deactivate”, and then click it.
There is one thing I am dissatisfied with. That is the link “hxxps://i2.wp.com/test.o6asan.com/lmg/xxxxx.jpg?ssl=1” is still alive. It means the image file xxxxx.jpg still exist in a strage on i2.wp.com. I don’t know how to delete the file. If I disconnect my site from WordPress.com and delete my WordPress.com account completely, the files on i2.wp.com might be deleted. But, I don’t know for certain.