Kunimitsu: Themes do have stylesheets
Gorr: I suppose. it would just be a lot more difficult i think to edit the stylesheet i think
Sterry: And i’m afraid i’d ***** something big up
Kassman: Erusko: think again. and learn CSS. :
Dickstein: Erusko: external style is best practise. If you inline css rules, you’d better have a really good reason for it
Welding: Erusko: are you tweaking an existing theme?
Lavoie: Pixolin: Can you explain better? or a link at least to understand how to register a widget area
Liskey: Lavoie: https://codex.----escape_autolink_uri:a03ded6cd97ffffa8f7b4e1454f3eecc----.org/Widgets_API
Williamson: You can actually skip the part how to create a widget, which is somewhat complex. https://codex.----escape_autolink_uri:a03ded6cd97ffffa8f7b4e1454f3eecc----.org/Widgets_API#Displaying_Widgets_and_Widget_Areas should do it for now.
Michelin: Hello I’ve got problems with a few things on my wordpress website after changing the permalinks. I can access the website but some ressources like categories and other links don’t work anymore, I get a 404 error. When I change the config to default all things work normally but I need to change the config because of the plugin buddypress whitch doesn’t work with default. Did anyone have this error too?
Ansari: Hepheistos55585: What kind of 404 page are you seeing
Rushing: Is it styled like the rest of yoru website, or completely separate ?
Kounce: Look at your .htaccess file
Soteros: Ollivierre: That is one thing that I don’t know cause I’m new to wordpress
Rohlfing: That should take care of it
Areias: Hepheistos55585: You should be able to see if the 404 page looks like the rest of yoru website or if it’s just a big white screen with a little bit of text on it :
Mcteer: Know387: okay, i look at my .htaccess file
Zanardi: Ollivierre: the site doesn’t look like the rest
Boonstra: Knox387: RewriteEngine On
Peake: I think that should be okay
Christison: Hepheistos55585: Are you using a shared host or are you running the server your self ?
Ling: Hi all! I’m looking for “known good” whitelists for a Web Application Firewall that I’d put in front of a WordPress installation. Is there any kind of source for this?
Mccumber: Ollivierre: I am using my own server
Goade: All right, are you using apache ?
Dahm: Excellent, form the command line, enable mod_rewrite: “a2enmod rewrite”
Grippi: Then restart apache: services apache2 restart
Estela: But i think that it already had been enable
Mayhorn: Dd you also restart apache ?
Karvis: And now you are seeing ?
Crabtree: Do you have a link to your site
Elbahtity: You’ll get an certificate error cause i used a self signed
Wheelis: Go to Settings permalinks, pick the permalink you want ot use and hit the save button twice
Reichmann: Seems that that doesnt work
Tjandra: And you got no errors when saving the permalinks or any messages ?
Oborny: Hello, ive copied the code and the database from a live wp site, and am running it locally, but when I try to log in, the form redirects to the live site
Franqui: Gavburt: If you rename the WordPress directory on your server, switch ports or change the hostname http://codex.----escape_autolink_uri:a03ded6cd97ffffa8f7b4e1454f3eecc----.org/Moving_WordPress applies
Wahlund: We don’t have a proper facility for cloning this site and running it locally, im a bit stuck
Girbach: Ollivierre: no the message says that the new permalink structure was enabled
Hlad: Hepheistos55585: And apache said the rewrite module was enabled when you tried to enable it ?
Arancibia: Knox3871: well, yes and no … you need to change it, but if you do so manually, chances are high you at least break your settings.