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Sep
29
comment Update BackupBuddy with WP-CLI
@kaiser I shouldn't rephrase the question because this is specific to BackupBuddy. Other premium plugins on a private repos work, and I have plugins I've written on private repos that I also can update with WP-CLI.
Sep
25
comment Update BackupBuddy with WP-CLI
@kaiser I've edited the question to include other things I've tried, but I'm not sure how much help that will be. I think I've just accepted it's not possible to update BackupBuddy with WP-CLI.
Sep
25
revised Update BackupBuddy with WP-CLI
Updated with latest things tried.
Sep
23
comment Update BackupBuddy with WP-CLI
Yeah, I've been searching all over. Probably long enough that I could manually update the plugins myself. :P But once I have this figured out, I won't have to ever again. It's looking like I have two options. 1. Purchase iThemes Sync and periodically go through and update BackupBuddy from their site. 2. Change my script to check if BackupBuddy needs to be updated, and if so delete the current plugin and install it from another zip on the server (manually adding it, so it doesn't solve my making life easier problem), but that could get messy. I'm thinking iThemes Sync may be best.
Sep
23
comment Update BackupBuddy with WP-CLI
@PatJ I updated the question to include their response. They don't say iThemes Sync is the only way. My goal in asking is to reduce the amount of work needed to update sites, hence I'm not looking for a "similar service", but a way to be able to update everything with a script. This isn't meant to get around their business model, as they don't say it's the only way, especially considering that updating BackupBuddy with WP-CLI works when logged in to the Admin, but is meant to save time. It doesn't make sense that a site that has its own WP-CLI extension can't easily be updated with WP-CLI.
Sep
23
revised Update BackupBuddy with WP-CLI
Added iThemes support reply
Sep
23
asked Update BackupBuddy with WP-CLI
Apr
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awarded  Popular Question
Sep
26
comment WordPress living together with a static site
In regards to the decision between blog.ourdomain.com and ourdomain.com/blog, there are potential SEO issues as well. blog.ourdomain.com will be looked at as a separate website than your current website, so you may compete against yourself. If you don't mind that, then the decision is your choice. But if you want the search engines to see the sites as one, then I'd recommend going with ourdomain.com/blog.
Jul
3
accepted Limit top level menu items on wp_nav_menu
Oct
24
comment Custom field losing p tags on display
The difference is preference. The solution I have uses the main WP function for displaying content and creates a reusable filter for other areas on your site if you use apply_filters. As I normally use this solution when I'm creating custom wysiwyg editors, there may be some filters added that you don't need in functions.php. For your situation, you probably only need wpautop. And if you don't need the filter to be reusable, you can probably just use `<?php $story_content = get_post_meta($post->ID, 'story', true); echo wpautop( $story_content ); ?> and remove the code from functions.php.
Oct
24
answered Custom field losing p tags on display
Oct
23
answered Trying to get property of non-object in wp-includes/capabilities.php
Sep
6
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Sep
6
comment How to link to a alternative page in CSS
I don't see how the php include will help. You need to create a javascript file in your theme directory containing the very last code block of my answer. Then you need to put in your functions.php file the code block directly above, changing the file name to your newly created js file.
Sep
6
revised How to link to a alternative page in CSS
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Sep
6
comment How to link to a alternative page in CSS
I actually agree. I was trying to come up with a simple solution utilizing css only. The comment by @G.M. is the best solution, but it also takes the most work (which many times means it's worth it!) :)
Sep
6
revised How to link to a alternative page in CSS
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Sep
6
comment How to link to a alternative page in CSS
You'd put the code all on one page. There wouldn't be a switching of pages. It would just display or hide the different content areas depending on what size the browser is set to.
Sep
6
comment How to link to a alternative page in CSS
If it's just the content, then this solution will work. You'll hide everything within your one container dive, and display the other, and then on the max width, reverse them.