Cody123: also check your.

Ediger: Bu***and: What would that do?

Casserly: Is anyone familiar with buddypress?

Ceballos: Rudeboy: it would not require the creation of a NEW query but instead alter the existing one before it actually gets the posts.

Breeland: Jetpack is giving me errors

Hoang: Rudeboy: otherwise you need that NEW query to be wrapped in a big if statement because it will trigger on ALL archive pages no matter what.

Duk: Cody123: Don’t ask to ask, just ask :

Hubschmitt: Bu***and: I’m just reading up on it

Funn: Does wordpress support pull quotes? without adding a plugin?

Leofsky: When displaying a custom account variable in on wordpress with buddypress, it suddenly stopped working on my remote server. Still works as it should on a local environment. Thoughts?

Martinea: Dopie: what do you mean “support” ?

Barbarito: Bu***and: I’m lost ha ha.

Filipovich: Dopie: style blockquote in your CSS

Savarino: JetPack is giving me this error :

Bisking: Https:// HTTP get request failed

Funn: So its block quote . o

Flansburg: Referer: ?

Funn: Bu***and, because block quotes are pull quotes

Thuss: Rudeboy: the goal of this code is to alter a query on an archives.php page IF a your custom query string is p***ed. You said you had this new WP_Query in your archives.php template, correct?

Filipovich: Are you on localhost?

Pacapac: Dopie: that answer makes no sense. but ok. whatevs/

Russow: Bu***and: Yes, on archive.php

Stropes: Filipovich: nah. but I somehow solved it :

Filipovich: OTOH, AbuDhar, I get a 404 on

Cullum: Rudeboy: archive.php is a template file that is used by a NUMBER of pages. you can see it on the date archives, any category term or tag term archive page, etc

Laffoon: Rudeboy:

Filipovich: Bu***and: I think dopie cannot distinguish between us.

Sirmon: Rudeboy: so that new WP_Query you created is going to be triggered for ANY of those. and you dont want that. You want to use the default query UNLESS the query string is p***ed / the search form is clicked, correct?

Filipovich: AbuDhar: “Failed to load resource: the server responded with a status of 404 Not Found

Filipovich: Main.js:46 Uncaught TypeError: Cannot read property ‘offsetWidth’ of null”

Malaver: Bu***and: Ah, I see what you’re saying. It seems like that pre_get_posts is used in functions.php?

Keasler: Bu***and: Hah, it really is down!

Winterberg: We’re working on it and we’ll get it fixed as soon as we can.

Summerford: Hey guys. i have a weird problem onmy wordpress site Selfhosted most of the content is served with http and some is served with https and that resoult in a error message “post not found” it should only be the login/admin area there should be served with HTTPS but almost all of my pictures is served with https and cannot be displayed?

Garre: They’re so quick ha ha

Danielsen: Rudeboy: yes. pre_get_posts is an action. its a point in time in the wordpress timeline where it loads info / data to the page before the actual query takes place, which means you can alter the query BEFORE it happens for a specific, targetted query

Lango: Bu***and: I got on temporarily, now it’s down again

Tarley: How can I check if a variable is set on an account? Ex: Buddypress member loops works on localhost but not on remote. I’m not sure what’s going on.

Funn: The site used shortcodes for pull quotes

Mcewen: Cody123: just do a var_dump on the variable before the query

Simoneau: Ok, I’ll try that. Thanks

Slightam: Cody123: also check your error logs first