I don’t care what your job.

Nordeen: There are 2 factors affecting a successful site move, the wp admin/home urls and the links within your pages/posts

Nordeen: The wp constants take care of the first one, if you develop with relative links then you don’t need to worry about the second.

Nordeen: If you *must* develop with absolute urls, then there’s scripts to search/replace your db for the old/new domains

Boundy: Can anyone tell me the difference between echo and $output? eg $output=”meta name= / echo ‘meta name= both show same results

Karpinski: Hi guys, I want to have wordpress running on nginx behind another nginx proxy, I would like the nginx proxy to proxy to wordpress at /blog/

Dison: Do I create a wordpress subfolder installation for this?

Froemming: Right now I am being redirected to /wp-admin/setup-config.php although it should be /blog/wp-admin/setup-config.php

Brace: Ak5: https://codex.----escape_autolink_uri:a03ded6cd97ffffa8f7b4e1454f3eecc----.org/Giving_WordPress_Its_Own_Directory

Taymon: Opsec: so even though that one server is just serving wordpress, I need to install it in a subdirectory to match the url “prefix”?

Nordeen: I don’t really see the point in your setup, just giving you relative info to read.

Shilts: Opsec: its complicated, I have different webservices listening on lxc containers and all are behind a nginx proxy, I do lots of webdev so I want to install everything on this one box

Doerfler: Its seems to work though I just moved all the installation files into a directory named blog and looks good, was just hoping to achieve this in configuration, not with an extra directory I guess it doesn’tmatter

Reimer: WordPress doesn’t have a native login history does it? ie; see historically the last X logins to an account?

Hallums: Nate: WP Security Audit Log – https://----escape_autolink_uri:a03ded6cd97ffffa8f7b4e1454f3eecc----.org/plugins/wp-security-audit-log/

Reimer: Guess that technically answers my question lol

Solinger: What would be the best way to create several image galleries accessible to different users? Like: A gallery on main page showing a few selected pictures B bigger gallery accessible to any use C even bigger gallery accessible to logged in users who would have to be invited to have an account D all the images, accessible only to a few users

Thoroughgood: Is it really difficult to do what I was asking about?

Reimer: There haven’t been any major core vulnerabilities between 4.2.5 and now have there?

Reimer: That a yes? I’d hate to have to read through CVE’s and the WP changelogs when I’m trying to otherwise update stuff with a preference on if I should prioritize certain versions, lol

Nordeen: You should always keep the core up to date, period.

Nordeen: Everything else follows that.

Reimer: That’s nice and all, but lets place your ***umptions aside for a moment, and the fact I just noted I’m literally in the middle of updating stuff, keeping things up to date generally isn’t my role amongst the company 😛

Reimer: Unfortunately, security-oriented stuff is, and these apparently forgotten installs and oh so many of them just had a few breaches, so I was just curious about where they might be getting in at as there are a couple plugins and a few themes loaded

Nordeen: Keeping the core up to date *is* security-oriented.

Nordeen: No ***umptions being made whatsoever.

Reimer: Though I had all the plugins updated already and one of the themes yet the one site still apparently still just managed to get breached malicious file upload specifically before I could manage to update WP, which I can only ***ume means it was from the core or one of the non-active themes, thought I’d ask in here to save a bit of time at least so I can focus on the 4.2.5 versions first

Reimer: And yes, you were and still are ***uming that it’s my job, and it’s not, my specific security interaction comes when **** actually gets broke/exploited/etc. There are otherwise other people in the company who actively go through maintaining the WP boards, these ones were apparently otherwise forgotten though

Forss: Nate: Please help us keep Franzmann a family friendly room, and avoid using foul language.

Nordeen: I don’t care what your job is ;