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I develop web-applications using Zend Framework and Zend Framework 2. Occasionally i blog about Zend Framework 2 stuff once i've learned something interesting. You can find my blog over at samminds.com. To keep updated as fast as possible you can also follow me on twitter @manuakasam


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accepted Unable to access custom plugin backend
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comment Unable to access custom plugin backend
Too simple Xx Thank you a lot. Could you elaborate as to why the menu is still displayed using admin_init but then being inaccessible?
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revised Unable to access custom plugin backend
added gist to the question
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comment Unable to access custom plugin backend
@TheDeadMedic sure thing > gist.github.com/anonymous/b4f69e203630f447677b
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asked Unable to access custom plugin backend
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awarded  Popular Question
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awarded  Teacher
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comment Loop output for custom plugin [solution found]
@StephenHarris Of course, didn't really take note on the other SE-Sites lately - done ;)
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accepted Loop output for custom plugin [solution found]
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revised Rewrite-Rules not working on a vhost, everything goes to index.php
Editted the title for a better clarification of the source of the problem
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awarded  Supporter
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awarded  Scholar
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accepted Rewrite-Rules not working on a vhost, everything goes to index.php
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answered Rewrite-Rules not working on a vhost, everything goes to index.php
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comment Rewrite-Rules not working on a vhost, everything goes to index.php
Internally we do not use .htaccess files, we do all the configuration based on the servers vhost file (which essentially has the same effect). I simply want to get permalinks working. Which partially i did, the links worked, but i wasn't able to log in to the backend ( /wp-admin/ ) after "installing" the rewrite rule
Mar
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asked Rewrite-Rules not working on a vhost, everything goes to index.php
Mar
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comment Loop output for custom plugin [solution found]
Of course, makes a little more sense, too.
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revised Loop output for custom plugin [solution found]
removed my solution frmo the question and posted it as answer instead, as requested
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answered Loop output for custom plugin [solution found]