Cholewinski: This is a private site with no traffic, just used for testing and MainWP that’s why I need to trigger it
Vogeler: Or add to crontab to execute on a set period
Meitz: Fris: does it matter which URL?
Vogeler: You need to give it the url so localhost would be it if thats where its the domain
Ostolaza: Fris: I know, but can I give it any WP page, or does it need to be the cron page, or . ?
Vogeler: If yoiu have wp cli you could use wp cron via terminal
Vogeler: Wp cron event run etcetc
Vogeler: Https://github.com/mmcachran/wp-cron-bash ive used this before
Helena: Good morning every body
Chrisman: So question. I’ve seen a lot of emphasis when doing search-replace with wp-cli and such to make sure in avoiding the guid column, but what if you’re running search-replace to update an actual full on domain change, wouldn’t it be proper to update guid as well to avoid potentially messed up permalinks?
Chrisman: Ah, so what’s the functionality of guid then if it has no relevance on the domain itself? I was just curious as a dry run of search-replace returned a crapton of hits for the one domain match
Chrisman: In the guid column that is
Carlone: Nate: https://codex.----escape_autolink_uri:a03ded6cd97ffffa8f7b4e1454f3eecc----.org/Changing_The_Site_URL#Important_GUID_Note
Chrisman: Much more detailed, gotcha
Stamison: Morning everyone! I am about to upload a CSV to wordpress for the first time in my life.*gulp* and I was wondering if anyone here has done it before who can just guide me through it so I don’t end up having to manually edit like 3000 products haha
Minzy: I got a plugin for CSV importing and I just wanted someone to watch over me so I don’t ***** the headers up essentially.
Stanislawski: CMFDesign: I did not know WordPress could handle products?
Bezak: Well its the woocommerce plugin
Leapheart: That would be #woocommerce then ;
Correa: Hey guys. i had 2 sites hacked today with ‘ugg boot’ links. i had my host restore both sites to 48 hours ago, well before the hack was apparent. but after a few hours they are hacked again ! any ideas on what i should do? immediately after the restore i updated to latest WP and i changed the p***words used very strong p***words.
Arispe: Is it possible the ‘hack’ took place more than 48 hours ago and was dormant until just today?
Wardlow: Hey, if I want to make a temporary staging URL before getting my real URL, is just changing the ‘WordPress Address’ and ‘Site Address’ under general settings enough?
Pabon: Because I seem to remember you had to do some kind of database migration when switching URLs .
Babick: Anyone had the issue that WordFence is only showing traffic for the ip of the actual box? So all failed logins, blocks, 404 pages etc. are all resolved to the same ip/hostname and therefore user
Babick: It’s causing random lock-outs as all users i think are cl***ed as the same ip
Dunnaway: Are you using nginx or something as a reverse proxy on that box?
Babick: This is on a naff shared hosting. ‘Very Good’ so not 100% on their configuration. Reckon that sort of configuration would do that?
Babick: Ah nice one. Cheers for the heads-up
Dunnaway: Naff shared hosting is sometimes masked by a reverse caching proxy.low resources go a long way when nginx et al are doing their job
Dunnaway: One way to check would be to have a look at the apache log, see if you’re seeing multiple different IP addresses there
Dunnaway: Eddq, you can hit the site and see what the headers returned from the server are.if they’re nginx, varnish then that might be the culprit
Babick: So multiple ips would mean reverse proxy stuff?
Dunnaway: Multiple ips would likely mean I’m incorrect :