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Blocking the server from your hosts to prevent auto updating won't hide notifications in the back office. You have to add some code in your functions.php file. The answer you are looking for is perfectly explained here You should add these 3 portions of code at the bottom of you functions.php file : The first one will disable wordpress core update ...


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Not sure how you have set up your groups/owners on the WordPress folders but you could try adding the following line to your wp-config.php file: define(’FS_METHOD’,’direct’); This allows updates via the UI.


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The best way is to define a new role. An easy way to accomplish this is with the role scoper plugin. Otherwise you'll just have to write that plugin yourself manually. Here is a basic example pulled from the Codex $result = add_role( 'basic_contributor', __( 'Basic Contributor' ), array( 'read' => true, // true allows this ...


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Okay, this is weird. I walked away for coffee, came back, and the error was gone. I was then presented with the WordPress login screen.


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There are actually 3 users that IIS access files with on .NET sites: IIS_IUSRS, IUSR, and NETWORK SERVICE Grant all 3 IIS users Read & Execute, List Folder Contents, Read permissions on the entire WP folder For file management (e.g. plugin/theme installation & updates), grant all 3 of the IIS users Full Control on the wp_content folder.


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In your case it might be only a network issue. But I've had an issue with the same warning (so it may apply, though it may have several possible reasons) and found a solution within Wordpress here, though on localhost. They suggested replacing the files referenced in the error message by the same files from fresh install of the same Wordpress version (just ...


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See this related question. Chip Bennett's answer seems to have solved the problem.


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If you are looking for a simple solution that you don't have to worry about coding yourself I would recommend you check out wp-updates.com. I think it's free to signup for an account, it works for both custom themes and custom plugins, and they claim you can integrate the service with just 2 lines of code. Provide automatic updates for your premium ...


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Got it fixed. Pretty simple actually. I moved the if part where the user get's deleted to the bottom of the script. foreach ($data as $gebruiker){ $username = $gebruiker['username']; if ( username_exists( $username ) && $gebruiker['status'] == 'published' ){ $user = get_user_by( 'login', $username); update_user_meta( ...



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