352 reputation
15
bio website
location
age
visits member for 2 years, 6 months
seen Sep 24 at 3:44

Oct
17
comment Tinymce broken after update
If the same code is on two machines an one has the problem and the other doesn't, then it sounds like a server config issue. Even if it was a core issue, then a bug should be filed with WordPress. An update to WP will likely erase that change. The core files should never be modified.
Jun
19
comment Restrict Admin Capabilities in MultiSite
If you don't want super admins to be able to edit the network, why not just make the admins?
Jun
15
comment Tinymce broken after update
If the file is only being requested by that one theme, then there has to be a reference to it within the theme files. You search the code of the files for a reference to that file, correct? (Not just searching the theme for that file.)
Jun
11
comment Trying to setup a dev subdomain, but url loads as /dev/ instead
Also keep in mind some theme files will retain your domain name, so those may need to be changed as well. In the base WP config, there's two places the domain needs to be changed... can be many more. I typically do a full find & replace through the entire DB, not just those tables. I also do a search through all the files.
Jun
11
comment Not One 'Contact Form Plugin' will send email // Work
Sendmail installation instructions sendmail.org/~ca/email/doc8.12/op.html . It's usually provided with most linux distros and by most web hosts. If you're using a web host, you should contact them about it. Any decent one should support it.
Jun
4
comment Customer Support: TinyMCE stopped working (on some computers)
I wonder if he has anti-virus software installed which is blocking some of TinyMCE's functionality.
Jun
4
comment Is Timthumb still broken? What security measures should be taken?
There's a list of some of the security measures here: markmaunder.com/2011/08/04/… No code is secure, it's all just a risk assessment.
Jun
1
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?
May
29
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.
May
25
comment Wordpress -> PHPBB look a like
@Joseph - Still, a lot of people use it to serve as a forum.
May
24
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.
May
24
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.
May
22
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.