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Feb
19
awarded  Notable Question
Feb
13
awarded  Nice Question
Oct
8
comment Custom Posttype Inheritance (and url structure)
That's what I thought. I just wondered, if anyone had made that before.
Oct
8
asked Custom Posttype Inheritance (and url structure)
Jun
15
accepted Git Deploying - Disabling plugin/theme installation/update on remote?
Jun
15
comment Git Deploying - Disabling plugin/theme installation/update on remote?
This is only for editing, right? How about actually installing/uninstalling plugins from the Plugin page?
Jun
15
comment Git Deploying - Disabling plugin/theme installation/update on remote?
It's not for a client, I do full service on the site! - I'll take a look at Capistrano - Thanks
Jun
15
asked Git Deploying - Disabling plugin/theme installation/update on remote?
May
20
revised Notice: Use of undefined constant SCRIPT_DEBUG
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May
5
comment Cannot redeclare maybe_create_table()
I've narrowed it down. Upgrade.php is loaded AFTER install-helper.php, which causes the error. I don't know why, but the loadorder of the files is wrong, somehow.. It doesn't happen on my setup though..
May
5
comment Cannot redeclare maybe_create_table()
I don't believe your upgrade.php is entirely correct.. My upgrade.php doesn't have that function on that line at all? (Mine is the latest version directly from SVN, though!)
May
5
comment Cannot redeclare maybe_create_table()
In that case, the error is very weird. I've never seen it before, to be honest. Which version have you installed?
May
5
comment Cannot redeclare maybe_create_table()
Try comparing the newest upgrade.php with yours? It shouldn't actually redeclare it.
May
2
awarded  Yearling
Apr
30
answered Notice: Use of undefined constant SCRIPT_DEBUG
Apr
30
comment Notice: Use of undefined constant SCRIPT_DEBUG
What version of Wordpress are you using? 4.2.1?
Oct
12
awarded  Popular Question
Jun
19
comment Hide sub domain created for local CDN
They'll do essentially the same - Index shows 404, and .htaccess will give a 403. Either way, the directory index will be gone.
Jun
19
comment Hide sub domain created for local CDN
Or put an empty index.php in that directory, or with modified headers to show 404?
Jun
18
answered Hide sub domain created for local CDN