Gilfillan: They all work together to make repetitive tasks easier
Mccarey: Also, opsec, when all traffic from 80 is redirected to 443, there is a redirect loop error on all pages except for wp-admin and woocommerce checkout.
Gearlds: Those pages also load fine behind https
Gilfillan: Then you have a plugin interfering and/or your webserver config is incorrect
Gilfillan: I’m not sure how to explain to you that wordpress itself does not care about http or https . it just serves when and how it’s allowed by the webserver
Gilfillan: Nginx or httpd decide how things will be served unless, in the case of htaccess files with httpd, you can interfere with the main configuration
Gilfillan: Plugins can interfere with how wordpress loads things because they can add rules using wp’s internal rewrite api or inject things in to htacess files, etc
Grivna: Then it must be a plugin, which is WordPress, because the server is configured just like another server which works fine using https.
Lokuta: Opsec: you got expericne with qTranslate X ?
Gilfillan: Daslicht: nope, i’d use wpml myself ;
Dockery: I’m having a lot of trouble figuring out how to get custom data created via add_meta_box to be included on autosave
Sachez: Dockery: you’re not using ACF, PODS, TYPES, etc?
Dockery: Straight-up add_meta_box
Sachez: Oh, autosave. hmjmmmm
Sachez: Did you see this? It’s old bu may still be valid https://techwithketan.----escape_autolink_uri:a03ded6cd97ffffa8f7b4e1454f3eecc----.com/2011/04/14/auto-save-problem-for-custom-variables/
Dockery: The issue I am having is not what most of the resources I’ve found describe, that the autosave actually clears out meta
Dockery: The issue is that, if I make a change to the post’s data, then the auto-save fires, the change is not stored in that autosave
Filler: Opsec: https://wp-types.com/do***entation/user-guides/repeating-fields/
Rener: This looks like this here :
Hammond: There is no repeat checkbox?
Hosek: Ok looks like teh wysiwyg editor is not repeatable
Gilfillan: Use a multiple lines paragraph field
Fauntleroy: Hey there! When developing WP Plugins, how do you deal with library dependencies, i.e. JQuery Plugins? Do you just ship them with the plugin ?
Earll: Sackrebutz: no. you should never ship your own version of a library that already ships with WP. you should just enqueue the library you want to use
Spaar: Sackrebutz: including your own version of jquery is BAD. bad bad bad plugin developer! Now go to the corner and think about waht you’ve done
Gambel: Sackrebutz: https://codex.----escape_autolink_uri:a03ded6cd97ffffa8f7b4e1454f3eecc----.org/Function_Reference/wp_enqueue_script
Sachez: Sackrebutz: see bottom for scripts that ship with WP
Hackenbery: So how to deal with libraries that are not shipped with WP?
Arollo: I.e. https://code.google.com/p/crypto-js/
Sachez: If you have to, bundle the .js files with your plugin
Olsson: So if a library I use is not shipped with WP already, I DO ship them with my plugin. Right?
Gilmer: Sackrebutz: if its not shipped you can either call it from a public CDN that you trust or bundle it with it the same you would with any custom JS
Juckett: Sackrebutz: and you only ship with your plugin if the library gives you the rights to do so
Rawls: Thanks, LindsayM_ – by rights you mean the license the lib is developed with ?
Conant: Hey have you kind folks implemented a save/publish kb shortcut per chance?
Eichner: Keyboard shortcut for save/punlish of pages/posts
Rozman: Can anyone help me set up nginx with wordpress? I setup the wordpress database and edited the wp-config file but I’m unsure how to configure nginx to point at it.