Dulle: Voiter: but still, you keep on asking question, without telling us what you really want to do
Kollar: Mpol, i want translations that can be edited in WP UI and included in any PHP file without having to load whole WP but only the related modules/plugins
Dulle: For the first, there might be a plugin, but I don’t know which one
Unterman: Voiter: https://codex.----escape_autolink_uri:a03ded6cd97ffffa8f7b4e1454f3eecc----.org/Function_Reference/load_plugin_textdomain
Dulle: That will load a MO file for your given textdomain
Dulle: Voiter: but really, why do you want this?
Dulle: Voiter: you should just use translations of your theme and your plugins. If you want them improved, submit translations to the maintainers
Dulle: If you have your own theme or plugin, then you use this
Macbeth: Mpol, either i download frameworks like zend, symfony or what ever just to have i18n or i use i18n of what i already have in use.
Dulle: Voiter: you mean this question is not really aboutr WordPress, but your own PHP project?
Dulle: Ah, you only need a CMS for i18n you mean?
Boman: Jesus my kid is a human garbage disposal
Jadoo: Hasn’t stopped eating for the past 2 hours lol
Racette: Mpol, it’s a bit more complex but basically i have a wordpress instance in use for some specific tasks to fulfill. what i was thinking of was using parts of wordpress for i18n, yes.
Santaana: Instead of learning a framework just to have some more MB in my project folder to do something that i already could with the WP installation.
Dulle: Okay. Well, good luck with it. WP Core uses the ‘default’ text domain. You can ofcourse use your own in your code
Stevinson: Using a custom domain would not be the issue at all.
Dilcher: I think i got an overview now.
Demille: How do you customize the default login/register pages ?
Karpowicz: Ie to make it appear as part of the theme
Fett: I like this plugin https://----escape_autolink_uri:a03ded6cd97ffffa8f7b4e1454f3eecc----.org/plugins/login-customizer/
Begonia: Try http://tasteonchestnut.com/wp-login.php
Boorman: It doesn’t take over your site like “theme my login” does, just lets you theme the login page
Cayanan: I had a hard time finding a decent admin login reskin plugin
Popielarczyk: Half the time it butchered the logo
Boothroyd: VectorX: i just put a login form on a WP page
Border: Degroff: BTW, your code helped me hugely. Got my user profiles working with pretty permalinks
Tersigni: WITHOUT having to make another empty page
Cholakyan: Hey guys im having a issue debugging a plugin. If i do any sort of echo and try to write to the console or anything it takes that as the return from my plugin and breaks
Lindblad: How can i debug from within a pluggin?
Kurohara: Hi. I have a plugin I’m trying to activate W3 Total Cache and when I try to activate it, it returns: Plugin could not be activated because it triggered a fatal error. There is Edwin in any of my log files that indicates why it does this. Any help is much appreciated.
Uhde: LindsayMac yeah i can do that, but i want to change the 2 default login/register pages and get the same effect
Wisdom: LindsayMac site has a login screen so and id need another page to register aswell, dont want it to seem like its in wp
Paone: Does anyone use composer here?
Curbelo: LindsayMac this sort of thing, https://account.springleaf.com/customer-service/login / https://account.springleaf.com/customer-service/enrollment/loadaccountverify
Barbalich: Where its part of the theme
Murrin: Obviously that can be done, but either directly styling /wp-login.php?action=login or redirecting to the page that looks like it
Oines: VectorX: but why dont you just use a page ?
Channey: But if i can just make /wp-login.php?action=login part of the theme i dont have to deal with extra pages