Losinger: But the name of it escapes me
Weil: Well for generated pages i have that plugin loaded and working
Flagg: But for built-in pages like the wp-admin/* stuff, it turns back to http://
Heimsness: Unless there is another plugin that I can’t find either
Poaipuni: Jim_j: I’m not seeing any obvious reason jump out at me for it re-using the first value
Voisard: Jiron, thanks. do you know of an alternate way to get the display name?
Peagler: No, it’s the right function
Roeger: Funny you guys should be talking about that stuff. I’m spending my downtime today learning about ssl, wordpress, caching and how they all work together
Fili: Do some debug outputs and see what $contribution-post_author is before and after that line is called, perhaps something is overriding it with a filter or similar
Corradino: Ok, I will try, thanks
Birklid: Hm plugin ‘SSL Insecure Content Fixer’ seems to be doing its job when set to its most intrusive settings :
Solt: Then at least I don’t have to change wp-settings or the source code
Rathai: It can detect HTTP_X_FORWARDED_PROTO and then just replace everything
Mcgeorge: Hello. I am wondering if there is a shopping plugin that will allow me to browse products only by entering their id which is numerical?
Amundson: Doing a nice ~500 requests/sec now though on my wp frontpage with a little vps on outdated hardware :
Graber: Mkp: only us chickens
Anda: Hey guys quick question
Kempinski: I usually always use MySQL, SQLite, PostgreSQL, but Im working on a commercial ASP.NET CMS convert to WORDPRESS for non-profit & they use MicrosoftSQL
Dodgson: Would I just have to port the template over & start WordPress anew. or can I convert the MS SQL to MySQL somehow?
Lyke: Kminor: there are many people on channel. But that’s a complex problem. You might have to wait for your question to be met by the attention of someone qualified to answer it
Spana: Bobdobbs, thanks for the reply. Im trying to help these ppl out because they’re a non-profit catholic church organization. doesn’t have to be an intense exact answer, because Im thinking most likely I’ll have to port the ASP.NET CMS BlackBaud template over & make it a WordPress template manually. But they made it clear they want to use WordPress which is AWESOME. Im just curious about database-bridging options.
Kaupp: Converting db tables for the cms, & so forth
Bivins: Bobdobbs, thanks for the reply. Im trying to help these ppl out because they’re a non-profit catholic church organization. doesn’t have to be an intense exact answer, because Im thinking most likely I’ll have to port the ASP.NET CMS BlackBaud template over & make it a WordPress template manually. But they made it clear they want to use WordPress which is AWESOME. Im just curious about database-bridging options. Such
Schoeneman: As converting db tables for the cms, & so forth
Lokan: You cannot do that. install mariadb or mysql. mssql will not work.
Eliott: Just port the data over
Harroun: Every once in awhile someone will spend months of effort to write a bridge to make MSSQL work, and it breaks the moment db changes happen in WordPress
Stadler: Opsec, figured as much. Like I said, I’m a PHP/MySQL guy & BlackBaud is an ASP CRM/CMS so figured I could just create a new WordPress template manually. Not sure about how much MS SQL stuff they need ported over too though
Lokan: Microsoft likes to take other peoples work, run it over with a tractor, smash it to bits, staple some junk to the side and slap an “ms” on it somewhere.
Lokan: Thus mssql was born. franken-sql
Chlebek: Hehe w0rd to that opsec. mssql == no bueno
Bemben: Opsec, lmfao my thoughts exactly. We’d get along great. I don’t even like ASP.NET/C# frameworks period. I run mod_mono on my servers so ASP coders/developers can run their stuff on my Apache2 servers, but PHP/MySQL is so much more superior
Eckmann: Eh. People who keep saying __________ programming language is better are just kidding themselves