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I usualy use : sudo chown -R _www:_www /path/to/wordpress/


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Although there's no sign of any support currently for named pipes in Wordpress, Ticket #32798 on the Wordpress Trac added functionality for using named pipes under Windows. However, because it awaits review, it is not currently part of the Wordpress Software, nor is it supported.


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Yes you can, but the "gotcha" to look for are the default htaccess rewrite rules that wordpress uses. With them the "front" wordpress is going to try to parse all url which are not mapped to actual files and therefor will mask the urls of the second site. You will have to manually edit the "front" htaccess to explicitly exclude the directory in which the ...


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Yes - no problem. You can also install multi-site and set up two different sites with one WP multisite.


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I love WordPress, It is easy to use and gives me a lot of flexibility to play around codes. You know, All codes are opensource. So I can learn, make changes as I like. Even a newbie WordPress can be easy to use. If you keep using WordPress for a few days you will find that you are in love with WordPress as well! I personally follow following steps for ...



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