Costaneda: Well something similar to that : doesnt have to look like that exactly
Bennefield: Like, what is the outcome that you want?
Palmiotto: Not sure what you mean :/
Less: Basically that thing is part of a theme and im customizing a theme that will look close to it
Asiello: Part of another website i mean
Bennefield: But *why* do you want that functionality?
Bennefield: Just for fun, so you can figure out how to do it? or because someone asked you do it? or something else perhaps?
Hanle: Yeah its for someone else im helping a friend of mine
Bennefield: And *why* do they want that feature?
Cardell: Oh, all the angst we’ve seen here in the name of “helping a friend”!
Shuffstall: I dont even think he has any videos yet so maybe i should talk to him about it
Bennefield: Yeah, that could be a good idea
Bennefield: Samuraio: I’m asking about ‘why’ because once you are clear on that then you can get a clearer idea of what your options are.
Bennefield: Like, is your friend ok with the fact that the UI pattern he wants is inherantly mobile-unfriendly?
Bennefield: Will he be ok with paying for serious dev hours to make it mobile friendly?
Bennefield: Would he be ok with paying a dev to build a plugin using something like this: http://jquerytools.github.io/
Bennefield: That’s what I used to use for that kind of thing
Bennefield: But. if he just wants, say, “a way to choose from a menu of videos”. then you’ve got other options
Yamanaka: Samuraio: form follows function, no the other way around
Derrington: Don’t start with a theme, start with a plan
Bennefield: So samuraio: do you think you know your clients “why”?
Bennefield: If not, then go back and clarify with him
Bennefield: It’ll save both of you time and money
Norrix: Nah i havent talked much yet he just said he wanted something that looks close to another website
Mossberg: But ill have to talk to him
Bennefield: Then you probably shouldn’t do it
Ruffell: Hes my friend helped me out before :
Winesett: Whether or not, follow sound design principles.
Bocchino: Best plugin to block a country?
Vilardi: I’ve had 300 failed logins this past week
Defreitas: ODot: are you on shared hosting or a VPS?
Diego: I’m actually having alot of brute force attempts on whm/cpanel too.
Ortmann: Yeah, iptables is the thing. Block it on the server level, not the application level
Schlabach: There are plugins to block access at the wordpress level, but it’s more efficient to use IPtables to block access futher up the food chain
Shidel: I block a lot of subnets in Russia and Ukraine
Thrower: It depends on whether you want to block all access or just logins
Lurtz: What are they using botnets or vpns to try a set of pwds or something or are they just proxying
Kuhs: I prefer to block all access
Strothman: Notice: Den benyttede constructor-metode for WP_Widget er forældet siden version 4.3.0! Benyt
Stalworth: AbuDhar: the used constructor is deprecated since 4.3.0. Use another one
Brevitz: My Norwegian is a little rusty, but that’s what I think it is anyway
Fryday: B/var/www/udvikling2015.dk/public_html/wp-includes/functions.php/b in this file?
Vandevanter: No. that’s the core file 😀
Obermuller: ODot: in case you’re interested, this is my current drop list: http://paste.fedoraproject.org/268893/25839751/
Paranada: It says in this file. but I guess it’
Pavone: Lariviere: shows how rusty I am 😀
Batko: I stedet. in /var/www/udvikling2015.dk/public_html/wp-includes/functions.php on line 3457 is it in this file?