Delaguila: If Wp wasnt a big mess of event driven spaghetti code it would be so much nicer. this code is a disaster so you really have to try and figure out how they want you to do things
Lokan: You can test out a theory, etc and have a working model up within minutes, and code it all later by hand to your hearts content
Lokan: Every code is a “disaster”
Lokan: Blaming the software never helps
Hammersley: I write with symfony everyday so no. no its not all a disaster
Lokan: To someone, your code is a disaster.
Berrie: Ok, let me look into these hierarchical types
Nye: Hi. I’m using woocommerce and I hooked this to my functions.php http://docs.woothemes.com/do***ent/third-party-custom-theme-compatibility/ but now I’ve noticed that page.php is the default page for all woocommerce templates… so can I have the woocommerce.php? I’ve duplicated it, but that doesnt work…
Schwartzman: I want to extend to xml rpc. but where do i have to put the code? in a plugin? in the themes function.php? or in a separate file which can be accessed from a xml rpc client?
Heppeard: I don’t understand how Settings API validation works.
Curlis: I understand how sanitize callback works, but it doesn’t validate
Govia: Eg. rejects invalid value in an email address field and return an error rather than saving a blank field and show “Saved”
Fleeger: I am trying to edit my functions.php, the divi theme is active, I can’t seem to find out where it is through the dashboard, can anyone tell me where it is to be found?
Lokan: Xp_prg3: divi has support
Rautenberg: Isn’t at the theme editor?!
Lokan: If you have divi, that means you bought it, that means they support it that’s what you bought. support and updates.
Shastri: Regarding my own question about settings API validation earlier:
Vidals: What is the Input_validator cl***?
Prall: Opsec: https://codex.----escape_autolink_uri:a03ded6cd97ffffa8f7b4e1454f3eecc----.org/Data_Validation
Widrick: So I can’t do really Halcom in terms of page structure if I use woocommerce_content ; ?
Paskel: Hi, how to view/edit custom fields of a post as a normal user, not admin?
Kabler: I have a WordPress site that I am trying to change from http to https. I added the two definitions to force ssl but my ‘home’ and ‘siteurl’ options are still http. Can I just update that option_value manually or is there a way to do that on my Multisite install?
Lokan: Aphpperson: do you have a valid ssl certificate?
Lokan: Aphpperson: you need to setup httpd or nginx, whatever you use to serve an ssl only site first.
Lokan: Create a regular and ssl vhost, redirect the regular non-ssl vhost to the ssl vhost, then you can move wordpress to the ssl vhost
Lokan: Aphpperson: once you have that working, add this in your wp-config.php, just above “That’s all.”
Zieg: Opsec: yep, I have all of the rewrites and rules in place for non-ssl to go to ssl. Apache serves everything as HTTPS, my issue is that I want the guids on the media library uploads to be HTTPS, but even given the Apache config the siteurl and home options are still non-ssl. I can update it manually, I just wanted to see if there was an alternative
Lokan: Then you don’t have it configured correctly
Lokan: If you are still serving *any* non-ssl content, httpd is not setup correctly
Brookhouse: Opsec: ohh, I’m missing ‘https’ on those definitions in wp-config
Leidholt: Thanks much, that’s just what I needed!
Creager: To calculate network traffic of a wordpress site
Gulizio: I have the formula: average page size of site kb x monthly average number of visitors x average number of pageviews per visitor