Nordeen: If something is not providing the required output, it’s because there’s a misconfiguration or other fact-based error. computers do not care about feelings or getting even with you, despite popular belief. ;
Nordeen: A first step should always be to look at error logs, debug output, inspector output, etc and start collecting usable facts to help determine the cause
Valotta: I am not so happy about the new WordPress update.
Nordeen: Pretty irrelevant here ;
Zerangue: Opsec, Notice: register_sidebar er kaldt forkert. id blev ikke fundet i listen med attributter til din “” sidebar. Standarden “” benyttes i stedet. Du skal manuelt sætte id til “” for at skjule denne meddelelse og beholde det eksisterende indhold i din sidebar. Se Fejlsøgning i WordPress for at finde flere oplysninger. Denne meddelelse blev tilføjet i version 4.2.0. in /public_html/wp-includes/functions.php on line 3622
Soluri: Is this also irrelevant?
Russel: Lol opsec, i know that, but I am a bit lost as well, I am not sure how these errors are even logged to be honest
Cabler: Notice: register_sidebar was called incorrectly. No id was set in the arguments array for the “Primary Sidebar” sidebar. Defaulting to “sidebar-1”. Manually set the id to “sidebar-1” to silence this notice and keep existing sidebar content. Please see Debugging in WordPress for more information. This message was added in version 4.2.0. in /home6/simusici/public_html/tvfilmaccounting/buddypress/wp-includes/functions.php on line 3560
Buckelew: Its basically this error.
Horowitz: I’m trying to write some text in a post in a block to denote terminal commands but the tags I’m trying appear in the post and do Edwin. should it be code/code? code/code? Also I’m not sure how to update the preview
Nordeen: AbuDhar: that’s a buddypress error, not wp
Trimmell: Yeah but look at mine
Houglum: You can see my is in wp-includes/functions.php
Tuggerson: My error is the one above.
Romaine: It’s the same error, just in Danish.
Truglio: Any familiar with jsaon data import?
Galeazzi: Soreau: tried pre/pre?
Meche: Fernholz: It makes a box around it but I want the lines that are too long to keep going. with a scroll bar
Wethern: Sounds like a #css question :
Nordeen: AbuDhar: so, the way things work is; wordpress is the tip of the triangle. *anything* else, plugins, themes, buddypress, etc *follow* wordpress development ;
Wethern: But here’s a hint: white-space
Dengel: Soreau: you’re probably going to want to look at a code highlighting plugin
Buchbinder: Wethern: overflow really.
Schoberg: Fernholz: There’s no built-in way to do this?
Rotkovecz: Soreau: Crayon Syntax Highlighter – https://----escape_autolink_uri:a03ded6cd97ffffa8f7b4e1454f3eecc----.org/plugins/crayon-syntax-highlighter/
Mattheis: Soreau: not really, not without modifying the stylesheet
Wethern: Fernholz, yeah i was just referring to the wrapping. i just jumped in so no idea if i missed anything heh
Baratta: Opsec, but wordpress develops their tip when the developers can’t follow that tip and then it becomes a mess :d
Asevedo: Wethern: proper thing would be white-space: nowrap; overflow: scroll;
Nordeen: AbuDhar: could be a mess yes. but the fact is, wordpress is the tip of the development spear, it’s the responsibility of plugin/theme devs to follow that development and incorporate it into their work
Kapanke: And when they don’t you have to sit and edit all the plugins that didn’t follow the development. It’s annoying.
Ramirel: Opsec, would you be able to fix that notice? 😀
Nordeen: AbuDhar: yep, it’s telling you exactly what to do ;
Nordeen: AbuDhar: “Notice: register_sidebar was called incorrectly. No id was set in the arguments array for the “Primary Sidebar” sidebar. Defaulting to “sidebar-1”. Manually set the id to “sidebar-1″ to silence this notice and keep existing sidebar content.”
Tutt: I am searching through all plugins and themes and I don’t see a register_sidebar that is missing an id