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Ok, the first-thing I wanted to double-check is that rather than make any modifications to parent PHP, you simply create one with a duplicate name in the child directory which completely overrides the parent file? No. You don't create a theme with the same name. You create a theme with whatever name you choose and provide the appropriate header in ...
The WP importer should do the job for you. You may need to install it first. Backup. Backup. Backup. Then, from your current single site: Tools > Export > All Content > Download Then from the new location on your multi-site, Tools > Import > locate the export file and adjust options to your needs. Note - you will need to still take care of settings ...
Commenting out the line innodb_force_recovery = 1 in /etc/my.cnf thus: # innodb_force_recovery = 1 made the mysql innodb tables in the database accessible. Apparently this setting causes innodb to become read-only. I hope this helps someone in the future. If you don't have access to /etc/my.cnf on shared hosting, ask your host to fix it for you. When ...
I was struggling with this as well. Your solution worked, until I found out that it will remove the post format taxonomy for normal post types! After digging around the core files, I found this function which does exactly what we need: register_taxonomy_for_object_type( 'post_format', 'portfolio' ); See Codex.
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