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revised Is Timthumb still broken? What security measures should be taken?
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answered Is Timthumb still broken? What security measures should be taken?
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answered Keep main articles and author blogs seprerate, News / Magazine like site
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answered Which Versions of WordPress Ship with the Patched TimThumb?
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comment install tinymce plugin
He's saying to use the plugin I linked to above, and modify it to your desire. He's saying NOT to add a plugin to TinyMCE itself - make sure whatever you modify is in wp-content. That said, what did you do to create your desired result?
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answered install tinymce plugin
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answered Change Page Template Based on Category
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comment Multiple WP Sites Same Server - Share WP Base?
What is it about multisite that you don't like? I use it for this exact reason.
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comment Wordpress -> PHPBB look a like
@Joseph - Still, a lot of people use it to serve as a forum.
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answered Wordpress -> PHPBB look a like
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answered Images in sub-pages fail to load
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comment How to Change the Categories Order in the Admin Dashboard?
@brasofilo - Not at all. Either the user "admin" or someone who has plugin access to the admin or dashboard can install that plugin and change the order that categories are listed in. One can also use a roles plugin to delegate that ability to other roles beside the administrator.
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awarded  Supporter
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comment How to Change the Categories Order in the Admin Dashboard?
Both of those suggestions are for admins. Users really shouldn't have any access to the theme files, and if you look at the instructions for the plugin, it's clearly talking about admin use.
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answered How to Change the Categories Order in the Admin Dashboard?
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answered How to host and manage for clients
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answered Transferring standalone wordpress blog to the one under **.wordpress.com
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awarded  Teacher
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answered how to create a folder in wordpress
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comment new theme permissions don't allow me to edit
Not sure why my reply was truncated. Anyway, updated. Most (all?) major webhosts that support WordPress will run the site as the same user as FTP. Changing the file permissions doesn't resolve the issue, just the symptoms. You'll have to update the permissions each and every time you make a change... and you still wont be able to use the updater without entering your FTP credentials. The web server needs to be able to write to the entire WP install, otherwise WP can't update itself.