Mcright: Hey hows tricks stern?
Dinsdale: Have you dealt with buddypress Stern?
Tennyson: Ok then I won’t ask you
Weisenhorn: I’m trying to create a new user for buddypress programtically.
Mcdannell: Ok, i’m off to get more coffee!
Diano: Hey sterndata and the like
Cutt: You remember the CDN site?
Lemme: That you linked me too
Walloch: There are lots of CDNs available; I don’t recall linking one
Hargett: How to do it with a sub domain
Schustrich: Oh, that was an post by ipstenu. check halfelf.org from a couple of weeks ago
Seckman: OK that thing caused major issues
Demauro: To where images would not upload
Bennefield: Sterndata: she kinda followed up with a more recent post
Dellaca: I saw that this morning
Bennefield: I just got it in my inbox about 10 mins ago
Bennefield: That’s the kinda update
Birenbaum: I used her one other article on how to use a subdomain and load images off it
Bennefield: I believe it was Paul Irish who said “CDN’s are the gluten-free or the web”
Staires: But it was a nightmare
Carmichel: And boy did it mess things up
Ill: I have problem to go in deshbourd. messages is:Warning: require_once/home/rsc49170/public_html/wp-admin/includes/dashboard.php: failed to open stream: No such file or directory in /home/rsc49170/public_html/wp-admin/index.php on line 13 Fatal error: require_once: Failed opening required ‘/home/rsc49170/public_html/wp-admin/includes/dashboard.php’ include_path=’.:/usr/lib/php:/usr/local/lib/php’ in /home/rsc49170/public_html/w
Bennefield: Sam__: turn off debug mode
Bennefield: Sorry. you are getting fatals. didn’t read that.
Bennefield: Sam__: looks like WordPress core might not be intact?
Bennefield: Sam__: a ‘require_once’ call is failing to include a file that is part of WordPress core.
Bennefield: Sam__: what happened before you were getting that error?
Bennefield: It looks like a possible accidental deletion
Bennefield: Oh wait. it could be a file permission misconfiguration.
Economy: I change from cpanel .costumizr theme, that what write to ne here.
Bennefield: So first: check if that file actually exists
Bennefield: If it does exist, then check the permissions of that file and the directory
Nicely: Morning, everyone! We recently built a new theme for a website that had been around for a few years and it appears that the thumbnail sizes don’t quite match up, so a lot most of the images in the content area are broken. Clicking ‘edit’ http://screencast.com/t/yaANYcVJJCFJ seems to fix them because it matches them up with the correct thumbnail size, but it’s super inefficient to that by hand to 6+ years of blog posts. H
Hohlfeld: Ow could I go about achieving the same effect programmatically? I’m not even sure what that would be called.
Gleich: Sam__: why would you change a theme from cpanel?
Charsky: Developerjustin: AJAX Thumbnail Rebuild – https://----escape_autolink_uri:a03ded6cd97ffffa8f7b4e1454f3eecc----.org/plugins/ajax-thumbnail-rebuild/
Ebberts: Developerjustin: rebuild your thumbnails to match the new sizes you’ve set
Kalb: Sterndata: awesome. Thanks!
Berquist: Becouse , i can not go to deshbourd in rsforyou/wp-admin costumizr. sorry for writing and speling
Glahn: I can put back themes from cpanel,
Bruce: Someone here write to change themes
Helvey: Sam__: if you delete the current theme or just rename its folder, WP should switch to the default theme. If you’re on 4.3, that will be twentyfifteen.
Rodkin: Have to delete current theme? from cpanel ?