Closs: Input type=”hidden” value=”title” name=”orderby” id=”s”
Closs: I’m trying to get it to display
Pierzchala: Manvelyan: ugh, idea is goodofcourse but that will be hell on earth because imho than should 75% of those plugin devs do need to make changes lmao and that wont happen soon
Manvelyan: I’m not a mysql expert by any means
Closs: What am i doing wrong
Closs: It keeps on giving me the %26 character
Manvelyan: _Zodiac: interesting reading: https://make.----escape_autolink_uri:a03ded6cd97ffffa8f7b4e1454f3eecc----.org/core/2015/04/02/the-utf8mb4-upgrade/
Warfel: How to handle responsive images in wordpress best way? looks like there are infinite plugins
Viner: _Zodiac: you can contact the plugin devs to have an upgrade function that runs maybe_convert_to_utf8mb4 on their db tables
Dusik: Hey guys I have a custom page called: sidebar-center.php and a content-page that is custom called: content-sidebar-center-page.php. Inside sidebar-center.php I have: ?php get_template_part’custom’, ‘content’,’page/content’, ‘sidebar’, ‘center’, ‘page’ ; ? not working :/
Manvelyan: Mpol: I love those “maybe” functions
Viner: It means many people with very different mysql versions will have different db tables
Viner: Django_: I thought get_template_part only has 2 parameters?
Matysiak: Mpol: I did a test on local server dropped query in db which seemed to work till errors popup. ugh
Overbeck: Using wp super cache on wordpress
Leehan: Any idea why i get: The pages do not match! Timestamps differ or were not found!
Augle: Mismatch characters .
Viner: _Zodiac: sounds scary. No idea what that plugin does. I would think having a latin1 collation is strange as well btw
Porowski: I thought utf8mb4 is backwards compatible so why not trying. wrong 😀
Myes: I’ve moved a local wordpress installation online
Muckerman: I followed the instructions at this link
Idleburg: But i am still not able to see the website online
Larrosa: I have the impression is still looking for the old address, even though i changed it in the admin and in the database
Keziah: Buscon, its still looking for your NAT ip addres, 192.168.0.9
Keziah: You could perhaps define the urls explicitly in wp-config.php
Closs: Input type=”hidden” value=”title&order=ASC” name=”orderby” id=”s”
Redenbaugh: Dcr, correct, i tried that too, but it doesn’t seem to help
Plowe: Mpol: one plugin which seems to use latin1 at least here on the server is bad-behavior
Simeon: Buscon, I recommend the “All-in-One WP Migration” plugin. you install a vanilla wordpress on the server, than the plugin and than put in a backup from your local installation. Worked well for me but I’m no pro, maybe the people here have a different opinion
Lewellyn: Anyone have any idea?
Keziah: Buscon, or just login and change them directly: http://oyin.cynetart.de/wp-login.php
Keziah: Login as administrator, settings-general and correct the urls there. If still no good, you might want to use a search/replace plugin
Samsel: M, i cannot login unfortunately
Viner: _Zodiac: oh, yes, here it does too
Viner: _Zodiac: looking at the support forum of bad behavior gives no hope. And that even woth 70.000 users.