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Sep
15
comment How do I add open graph tags?
Open Graph protocol is based on og: tags and does not need other tags to be correctly supported. Your example should not include fb: tags. This is something Facebook needs for completely different purpose. You don't need to provide your Facebook application ID and secret code in order to be able to post to Facebook using Open Graph.
Sep
11
comment WordPress admin menu formatting issue
Can there be any other reason for this issue? I have everything set, as you told and I'm still experiencing this issue on one of my computers (others has been successfully fixed with this fix).
Sep
11
comment Disordered sidebar in admin panel of self-hosted blog network
Can there be any other reason for this issue? I have everything set, as you told and I'm still experiencing this issue on one of my computers (others has been successfully fixed with this fix).
Sep
10
comment WordPress admin menu formatting issue
@vancoder This is the first time, that I hear, that frontend theme can influence backend's admin menu look & feel or anything in backend at all. I don't blog too much, but what you said, sounds like a little bit nonsense.
Sep
8
comment Site icons with alpha channel for self-hosted Wordpress blog network
You have most certainly hit the point with that 8-bit .png file, which I was making somewhat automatically from 24-bit source files. Without conversion to 8-bit and with uploading 24-bit file through Media Library, everything seems fine about alpha channel and transparency. Thank you...
Sep
8
comment Site icons with alpha channel for self-hosted Wordpress blog network
@birgire No. As I stated in the first line of my question: "(...) when I'm uploading a transparent .png file (with alpha channel) using Media Library (...)" -- that means, that this happens always, no matter what destination for uploaded image is.
Apr
2
comment How is password strength calculated?
Thanks for a great answer. However, there is a slight glitch. The password, that I'm usually using is considered as strong by Wordpress / Dropbox checker. While it turned out to be so weak, that I wasn't able to continue registration on Samsung side. I begin to think, if we're generally to falling into some kind of paranoia. How can the same password be considered strong by one checker and to weak to continue, by another one?
Apr
2
comment How is password strength calculated?
@jdm2112 Actually switching capital letter with non-alpha character (begin with end) resulted in again very weak password.
Nov
13
comment Partially translated dashboard in one of network's site
No, it is fine with me. BTW: After another take a look, I think that a partial translation of a dashboard could simply be part of pl_PL.mo file. After all -- no one said, that this file contains only frontend translation, right? That was my assumption and this can be wrong.
Nov
13
comment Lock one of WP Network sites for not registered users
Problem has been solved. All I needed to do, was to switch main domain of each site from default subdomain address to top-level domain that is mapped to that site, through Domain Mapping. I think that now all force-login plugins should work, but I decided to use underConstruction plugin, as it best fit my needs. Thanks.
Nov
12
comment How to disable a network enabled plugin for just one site?
+1 for providing clean, PHP-level solution which solves problem in question without need to install extra plugin -- because I'm a purity maniac and love Wordpress as clean and plugin-less as possible! :]
Nov
10
comment Lock one of WP Network sites for not registered users
Have you read my comments above, to toscho's answer? The problem is not in Multisite, but with Domain Mapping plugin enabled. I'm pretty sure, even without testing, that even Authenticator will fail in this situation. Simply because Wordpress itself fails, as it records login cookie for a different domain then is actually used (after redirection done by Domain Mapping).
Nov
9
comment Lock one of WP Network sites for not registered users
Issue reported in Domain Mapping plugin support forum.
Nov
9
comment Lock one of WP Network sites for not registered users
Maybe the problem is that login cookie is set for incorrect domain. If you have Domain Mapping plugin enabled, it will always redirect browser to declared domain. So, for example, I have one.page.com site, mapped to one.com domain. Whenever I enter one.page.com URL, I'm redirected to one.com domain, if Domain Mapping plugin is enabled. Wordpress problably writes down login cookie for one.page.com, which is not available for one.com and everything fails. Dashboard is always accessible under one.page.com (plugin is enabled only for frontend), so this works fine.
Nov
9
comment Lock one of WP Network sites for not registered users
This also doesen't work. The only difference is, that after login, I'm not redirected to Dashboard, but back to login page (but without any error, which means -- as I assume -- that login was successful, only login cookie was not stored correctly). From the support forum thread I assume, that the problem is not in core code, but rather Domain Mapping plugin is interferencing somehow.
Nov
9
comment How to list all network sites on one page
Why do you need first line ($bcount = get_blog_count();)? This variable is not used anywhere.
Nov
9
comment List recent 25 blogs across the network
If you're stealing someone else code, at least be so kind to give proper credit. You're not an author of the code in your question. It comes from this answer to this question.