Podratz: Although that might be sub-optimal
Wuolle: I guess ideally I’d only include the css and js needed for each page
Tillmon: Mind you, that’s another can of worms again
Golan: It’s a cans of worms all the way down
Deveny: Bobdobbs, i cant understand why I am able to delete the .htaccess file and wp-config.php and why when i try to edit or overwrite it Brambila happens. via ftp after overwrite, I get error while writing: failure
Eplin: Chill_Surf: sounds like one of those situations where you need to take a 5 or 10 minute break.
Dyle: Chill_Surf: you are probably doing something simple and wrong, like uploading to the wrong server, or uploading the wrong file.
Altonen: I know but phones are ringing and they want me to fix this asap.
Chojnowski: Chill_Surf: tell them to chill.
Mencia: Garuti: https://core.trac.----escape_autolink_uri:a03ded6cd97ffffa8f7b4e1454f3eecc----.org/ticket/24844. Interesting workaround proposed.
Caguimbal: Chill_Surf: take a breath. Then pretend you are a noob and you have to test simple things all over again.
Tomehak: Chill_Surf: after you’ve taken a breath, test the files. Is your local file truelly different from the remote file?
Schamel: Chill_Surf: is all caching actually turned off?
Ulses: Remaly: That is a way of doing it I guess 😛
Krabbenhoft: Chill_Surf: wait. lets look at this statement:
Stunkard: It’s not a hack, it’s a chissling
Hillyer: Chill_Surf: does this mean that your FTP upload is failing? If so, why?
Busbin: I know. The problem here is that I am trying to upload to the right folder of the correct server the correct file I backed up some minutes before the uninstallation of WP Super Cache plugin. The thing is that when i try to do this it says that I cant do that. and the file permissions are: -rx-r–r–
Kuehner: Bobdobbs here is an example in a plugin but its grunt http://heh.io/wp-content/plugins/fluent-demo/Gruntfile.js
Beloff: Who or what says that you “can’t do this”?
Romon: Does anyone here work with flexi pages widget? https://----escape_autolink_uri:a03ded6cd97ffffa8f7b4e1454f3eecc----.org/support/topic/returns-Brambila-when-used-on-custom-post-type-archive-and-child_of-argument
Netkowicz: Remaly: It would be the ideal way if you want ot grab everything in one go regardless though, since you’d also keep the database entries nice and clean =
Heathcock: Fris: that’s cool. But of course, I can’t rely on all the plugins that I want to use being created using gulp
Vojta: Bobdobbs, I did the same again to copy paste the error from filezilla
Debois: Only donwside is that get_theme_mod wouldn’t be of any use to you
Lipps: And now ti transfered the file correctly
Baerga: Fris: in my ideal world, they all would be
Ramirez: I’ve been trying to do the same thing for over 30 minutes, and now it worked
Halfmann: Chill_Surf: are you shelled in to the server?
Hannold: Garuti: And it makes more sense to my purpose, I had prefixed the entries I wanted and then was checking for them as I looped through get_theme_mods array.
Drummond: So tossing them into an array makes everything nicer, didn’t realize you could do that.
Mccutcheon: I guess they’re just inputs.
Cagliostro: Chill_Surf: then maybe use copy from local and paste to remote in your shell?
Karney: I did and now my site works.
Bernieri: Fris: I’d be very surprised if any CMS ecosystem had
Biewald: But lets return to my previous problem. I mean the one i was trying to solve when i tried to uninstall the wp super cache plugin and crashed my site
Lennington: Hehe. when I search for “wordpress sage composer” I get a result linking me to information on the soundtrack of Doctor Who
Kuehner: Bobdobbs roots.io has some cool screencasts
Kuehner: Https://roots.io/books/theme-development-with-sage/ this is also a good book
Hoaglund: I haven’t looked at the books or podcast yet. I’m too much of a cheap***. But I don’t think I need the book.