Patient: Aphpperson: off the top of my head, no. however there are plugins out there for selling digital downloads/ downloadable products that probably has something like that in place
Barocio: Jeng: I guess I’m confused about which ID I need; my previous work with get_field took ‘option’ as the 2nd arg
Elftman: Aphpperson: otherwise I would just start looking at the do***entation for creating new rewrite rules
Jeng: Rounds: http://www.advancedcustomfields.com/resources/get_field/
Quirindongo: Aphpperson: https://----escape_autolink_uri:a03ded6cd97ffffa8f7b4e1454f3eecc----.org/plugins/hide-real-download-path/
Altavilla: Scavotto: great! Thank you!
Mcclatcher: Aphpperson: read the “path obfuscation” section
Russomano: Scavotto: will do. thanks!
Fugo: This is weird. I thought the chrome biug was fixed with checking the “paint slimming” box but i’m still seeing the issue
Doubleday: Scavotto: Okay, no joy – still 640×330 no matter what I try
Biccum: I dont know what you’ve tried. so. cant really help much
Cassiano: What does your shortcode look like? Are you trying to set it larger than the actual file size
Weinand: The shortcode is generated by the Add Media button. It’s correct dimensions and I’ve tried changing it to larger / smaller. It’s being overridden somewhere in wp-core no plugins and a skeleton theme by the js on page load
Gorley: Hi, I am having an issue with my wordpress site – the themes are not working and are only displaying in plain text.
Allegrucci: Jeng: http://188.8.131.52
Jeng: Sokoll: your CSS is trying to load as http://www.oeproject.com/wp-content/themes/twentyfourteen/style.css?ver=4.3
Jeng: And that domain doesn’t seem to exist
Rozzelle: Sokoll: your site is on an IP but your theme is trying to get it frm a domain
Leasher: Ah, that’s why. I tried to change the server URL but it broke everything
Hinckley: Sokoll: you’re going to have to change your site’s address
Bargerstock: Sokoll: https://codex.----escape_autolink_uri:a03ded6cd97ffffa8f7b4e1454f3eecc----.org/Changing_The_Site_URL
Jeng: So which direction are you going? to the IP or from the IP to the domain?
Llerena: I bought a domain and added it to my digital ocean account for my droplet, and it doesn’t seem to work
Alber: Scavotto: I tried to follow this
Gayne: Sokoll: well you have two issues
Coyan: Sokoll: your domain isn’t resolving properly not something we here can help with and your WP is still pointing to the IP and the Domain
Ripplinger: Sokoll: so basically you need to first get your domain working so that if you go to it you at LEAST get a basic apache page or you get whatever is on that server’s index
Jeng: The domain points to the IP, so now you 1 need to tell your site it’s oeproject.com and 2 tell apache/httpd that that’s the name of the site
Revell: Sokoll: then you can clean up / work on your mixed WP site url
Jeng: What OS are you using?
Skoff: If I ping the domain name, I get request timeouts
Helscher: The server is Ubuntu 14.04
Mazzurco: I bought a domain from easydns, added the name servers to my easydns account from digital ocean, then added the domain name to my droplet.
Jeng: Your web service is not properly configured.
Jeng: If you need help with that, please go to the #http channel
Briones: Thanks, so once I get the domain working – I can just change it from the wordpress dash/wp-config file?
Vowles: And the httpd.conf file obv
Jeng: Get your server configured correctly and then come back