I wasn’t worried.just.

Latunski: Forget the origin 😛 it’s a localhost

Beaudion: Https://paste.ee/p/daurq

Dence: Lots of things not required in this code, was trying to play it safe

Jerrel: As far as I know a simple xhr request gives out the same results.

Tiboni: What’s the use case though ?

Harvison: Does it really make sense to hit w.org directly as opposed to going via your own services ?

Stmarie: But still I need to know if it is possible 😛

Bradley: In the end I might need some backend proxy or something, but I want to make sure.

Deroy: I’m stepping int oa meeting in 30 seconds, so you kids have fun ;

Amster: Heh have nice meeting Clorith

Haymer: I know this isn’t quite the right place, but I am a bit stuck for words. I have a CSV of customer products, but the CSV has variations such as size and weight, plus multiple images. I used CSV import but it has missed things like that, or just didn’t cater for them. Does anyone have any suggestions on what to use, to save me uploading 3845 products separately? Woocommerce obviously.

Gabrielli: Its gotta upload multiple images and variations

Sixtos: Buy a plugin to upload products by csv

Devasier: Kenshino__: I have CSV import, it just doesn’t extend to the scope I need, thats why I am asking. At least, if it does I cannot work it out

Payno: Http://www.woothemes.com/products/product-csv-import-suite/ – is this what you are talking about?

Mansur: Kenshino__: No, also its $200, thats very expensive.

Giroir: I think the problem might be me, getting the set up rubbish lol

Knecht: Ioann1s: So it does indeed seem they don’t allow this. So you’d have to proxy through a server-side language like php

Spenard: Clausing: thank you for your time.

Kearn: See you around guys, thanks.

Cestia: Hi, i lost my p***word, can i decode it from the database?

Llewlyn: No, but you can reset it easily

Vanderwerf: Twirl: https://codex.----escape_autolink_uri:a03ded6cd97ffffa8f7b4e1454f3eecc----.org/Resetting_Your_P***word

Cromie: Llewlyn: i didnt ask how to reset my p***word :

Llewlyn: That was a bonus tipp :

Lanzetta: Llewlyn: i’ve been using wordpress for more than 10 years bro

Llewlyn: Why do you ask then anyway, bro?

Steadings: Llewlyn: sorry i didnt mean to be rude its just i asked for something and you answered something else

Llewlyn: You should know that p***words are stored in the database with MD5 encryption

Pecinovsky: Twirl: Can’t decode, can only do what Llewlyn suggested.

Llewlyn: Huh? my answer was pretty clear. “can i decode it from the database?” “No.”

Gooding: Twirl: Oh and, the amount of years you have used something generally means Halcom. Someone from the first day of using wordpress could have figured that out I know I did.

Burlando: No you cannot decode it since it is salted

Koenigsman: If you could decode it, it would not be safe

Pridgeon: And who has the salt?

Semon: I need them condiments

Kretz: Just to be clear – hashes are not encryption

Odekirk: It’s salted hashed MD5

Clontz: Twirl: https://codex.----escape_autolink_uri:a03ded6cd97ffffa8f7b4e1454f3eecc----.org/Editing_wp-config.php

Llewlyn: Glad you came to my ***istance, Kenshino__

Llewlyn: Or I might have explained it wrong

Hvizdos: Http://ctankersley.com/2009/10/14/hashing-is-not-encryption/

Dunnaway: WordPress actually stores by default in a multi-level MD5, 8 p***es iirc

Dunnaway: If you override that by manually forcing a MD5 into the database, when you next login it will salt it, then run 8 md5 p***es against it

Hawelu: Now i need to fix the email system

Dunnaway: I wasn’t worried.just extending the explanation :