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Savaria: Noob_: well, you’re looking at some work to convert 3 of them into the ms install. pick the main one and convert to ms. remember you can’

Almengor: Bu***and: mh I see, can’t I hook the save post then? and convert the featured image there

Beccue: Yeah. I created a new droplet at DO for this.

Kirschenman: Vdevatman: I think you can get some useful info if you start looking at custom post types. Move from there to plugin development if that doesn’t seem to be enough

Dumphy: Bu***and: anyway, I need to go , thanks for now

Esqueda: Stack: you can, but it wont be a version of the existing image, you can generate a NEW file, upload that to the system, and store that file and attach to the post

Savaria: Noob_: if you have 4 sites right now, pick one to be the hub site. then you can start adding subsites. i recommend subdomain instead of subdirs. easier to avoid rewrite conflicts

Faulkner: Vdevatman: then you aren’t very good at research / docs

Ratz: Bu***and: I would be fine not versionig that generated image, also I could be fine not listing that in the media.

Mercure: Opsec: His current site is having issues with woocommerce at checkout and I was hoping this would resolve it. I’ve gone in and disabled all of his plugins but the issue is still there. Looks like an issue with wp-ajax file. He just gets the spinning circle when anyone tries to pay.

Vener: But maybe linking the deletion of the original image would be cool

Savaria: Noob_: heh, no, it won’t “resolve” an existing legitimate issue.

Thane: Stack: then find any script that can resave an image to an alternate file type or use GD library and write your own script. Simple as that

Mcmurtry: Noob_: Setting up multisite doesn’t seem like a good solution to a problem with woocommerce. Solve that first.

Gallimore: Each one of them has it’s own fully qualified domain name.

Richan: Bu***and: all i want to find is a place where there are stored all the functions such as there are in Java API/Docs

Peasnall: Stack: generate the new file, attach it to the post via a post meta field, and call that file on mobile devices

Metler: Functions/cl***es/objects

Altop: Vdevatman: you mean the CODEX?

Prinz: I’ve been trying to solve it but I can not figure out why it’s having issues with the wp-ajax.

Malabe: Bu***and: codex all that says is how to point and click, there aren’t stored any functions

Fiume: Vdevatman: Google result for wordpress codex – https://codex.----escape_autolink_uri:a03ded6cd97ffffa8f7b4e1454f3eecc----.org/

Grenway: This site moved from MediaTemple where it was working fine and then went over to DigitalOcean.

Besch: Vdevatman: Google result for wordpress developer – https://developer.----escape_autolink_uri:a03ded6cd97ffffa8f7b4e1454f3eecc----.org/

Savaria: Noob_: that logic is somewhat equivalent to “i got a flat tire on my car, i’ll add more gas and see if that solves it” .

Herlocker: Vdevatman: ummmmm thats not true at all

Middlesworth: Vdevatman: the codex has a list of all functions, hooks, actions available to you with descriptions on what they do, where they originate, and examples on how to use them

Atnip: Vdevatman: https://codex.----escape_autolink_uri:a03ded6cd97ffffa8f7b4e1454f3eecc----.org/Function_Reference

Savaria: Noob_: you’re probably missing some server level software component. php-foo.

Corneau: Vdevatman: even Mcguirk can find it

Aste: Opsec: I get what your saying. I’ve just never seen this wp-ajax error with wp before.

Savaria: Noob_: if the site was working fine on one host, then you moved it and now it’s not working fine. most likely missing software on the server.

Savaria: Noob_: start looking at the webserver logs or tail them and trigger a checkout while watching the log files realtime

Savaria: Will probably give you hints or direct complaints about missing foo

Ledsome: Vdevatman: umm. i didnt ask a question. so not sure what ‘yep’ is in response to

Savaria: I got hypnotised by a little pup