wp-config.php is the configuration file of WordPress, one of few that is not overridden during upgrades. It is essential for running WordPress, as it contains the information needed to connect to the database

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What Does this Code Snippet Do?

I got this error message when I was installing a plugin: "Unable to locate WordPress Content directory (wp-content)". I found a solution here: ...
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How to stop fatal error when loading theme template file directly

If one tries to load a theme template file directly, the following error message is displayed: Fatal error: Call to undefined function get_header() in ... and it goes on to list the full directory ...
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Securing wp-config leads to sensitive information leak on wp-settings

I read the following tutorial, which mentions moving your config file out of an HTTP-accessible folder. http://codex.wordpress.org/Hardening_WordPress#Securing_wp-config.php I did this, and it works ...
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Turn Off Automatic Trash Deletion?

I have a client who wants to use the trash feature, but keep items in there indefinitely (I have no idea why, but they insist on it). From reading this codex article on the trash status, I see that ...
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Can you limit the memory usage of a particular plugin?

I know that it is possible to restrict (or extend) the memory usage of the entire WP site using: define('WP_MEMORY_LIMIT', '64M') Is it possible to do the same for only one plugin that the website ...