Harmann: Jeng: I figured out why the old network admin used mySQL 5.1 instead of 5.5 or 5.6 . WordPress has directions for IIS that say to use 5.1 because it uses an automated installer put out by Microsoft https://codex.----escape_autolink_uri:a03ded6cd97ffffa8f7b4e1454f3eecc----.org/Installing_on_Microsoft_IIS
Jeng: Did you check their codex?
Jeng: Mr_Midnight: you and your silly Windows!
Zamostny: Jeng: I know right lol who the hell trusts a MS installer for non MS software anyway
Jeng: Mr_Midnight: did you have the discussion with TPTB about using external Linux hosting?
Lelah: Strendata, its really, extremely confusing to me, and doesn’t seem like a codex at all
Granholm: Jeng: Yeah and my boss is considering it but we’ll see if it actualy goes anywhere. until then I am going for attempt two at the update this coming weekend now that I have the IIS issue figured out
Hufty: I cant find any hooks for hooking into the profile page loop
Everage: How should I set the alt description of wordpress thumbnail programmatically? 😀
Villapando: Is something wrong with WordPress‘ plugin downloader?
Swedenburg: Getting “The package could not be installed. PCLZIP_ERR_BAD_FORMAT -10 : Unable to find End of Central Dir Record signature” for localhost and live site, from different computers
Jeng: Momo_: for all plugins or just one?
Dunnaway: Momo_, do you have enough space available on the partition to unzip that plugin?
Keywan: Jeng Ive tried a few plugins
Dunnaway: Also.is mod security enabled?
Stuekerjuerge: Plugin downloads are being fixed as we speak
Phoubandith: Dcr It was on a few different localhost installs, which is why I believed it to be a wordpress problem and not something I’d done
Ferrington: What’s the tax_query syntax for getting posts with term id 1 OR 2, where both terms are from the same taxonomy?
Tostado: Tax_query = array ‘taxonomy’=’foo’, ‘field’=’term_id’, ‘terms’=array1,2,’operator’=’IN’ is what i’m trying and doesn’t seem to work
Larousse: Hi when using infinite scroll any idea why I get Uncaught SyntaxError: Unexpected token
Innocent: I’m using the underscores theme and am using a load more button
Cobble: Via jetpack infinite scroll
Lunsford: Do I always have to verify my GA account when I want to check my google ****ytics inside WP?
Lunsford: I receive UA codes from external people but I would like to built in an option to check the stats when logged in.
Lunsford: But I can’t verify it because the codes are not under my account.
Mervin: Hukle – any reason not to view them in Google ****ytics?
Boehm: Hukle: that depends on whatever google ****ytics plugin you’re using or whatever probably
Bender: Anyone have any idea?
Lunsford: Red40 :: Because I would like to check the traffic too. And I don’t have access to the account but as developer I think I should have the option to check that.
Glenister: Jagst3r15: have you confirmed it’s not caused by a plugin?
Ziencina: Jagst3r15: Please attempt to disable all plugins, and use one of the default Twenty* themes. If the problem goes away, enable them one by one to identify the source of your troubles.
Flugum: Well, Google ****ytics should tell you all about traffic, no?
Lunsford: Red40 :: My client has his own personal account, but I just received a UA code not a GA login :
Pendergrast: Hukle: sounds like your client doesn’t WANT you to have access to the stats
Eldringhoff: There’s no reason a hired dev would need to see the visitor stats, is there ?
Trudo: Totally depends on the relationship
Naugher: MadLems when I switch it to twenty twelve it works
Dunnaway: If you’re being paid for online marketing then you’d need them