Daubert: A theme file if that makes sense ?
Llewlyn: Oh … OK. I’m relieved now : Never ever change core files. anyhow … do you have FTP access?
Llewlyn: Do you have access to cpanel or any other kind of client menu of your web host?
Trimis: No, i was just adding a few plug ins for someone
Spann: And was trying to get the slider code into the header so i could have a slider header :.
Tivar: And now that happened lol
Llewlyn: Then ask that person to access his server and either give you credentials for a ftp access or he should rename the theme folder under wp-content/themes/
Kobialka: So there is no way for me to fix it ?
Munez: With just wp admin credentials ?
Hasas: Any suggestions to simplifying the backend of WP and WooC? I have been using other CRMs in the past that were WAY more simple in the backend. Seems like WP is only userfriendly to the end-user and not the authors.
Vogeler: Anyone using woocommerce and the members plugin?
Holderness: Hi how to solve 404 problem, i’ve made 404 template. Then when I enter url which doesn’t exist I get white screen of death.
Hinojos: What might cause that. I enable debug, all error reporting and get still same white screen of death
Jeng: Defoe: then you probably havae a PHP error in your 404.php file
Jeng: Did you also enable the debug log?
Crick: Defoe: https://codex.----escape_autolink_uri:a03ded6cd97ffffa8f7b4e1454f3eecc----.org/WP_DEBUG
Morra: I know I did this according to steps
Jeng: Did you enable debug logging?
Jeng: Ok, see your “yep” nm
Jeng: Line 17 – missing semicolon
Jeng: Oh, nm, didn’t scroll
Llewlyn: Shouldn’t it be get_vc_content’853′; with single quotes?
Burck: My debug config: http://pastie.org/10416901
Skora: Llewlyn, no it identifies that is int
Horrocks: Php actually is flexible with datatypes
Swearengen: And it works like that in other templates
Llewlyn: Sure you saved the file in the right format? utf-8?
Jeng: I’m not seeing anything syntactically wrong.
Belancer: Llewlyn, not sure about that
Jeng: Everything else OK on the site?
Llewlyn: Neither do I … could it be the file was saved with Byte order mark BOM?
Quant: Well now its utf–8 for sure
Llewlyn: Error could also be in header or footer, if it occurs on existing pages
Llewlyn: Existing link doesn’t load here either
Jeng: You’re seeing Halcom in wp-content/debug.log?
Jeng: Is the file even created?
Llewlyn: Oh, OK. now the front page loaded. It would be nice to warn people about explicit content though :
Wohlers: On debug i get only notices
Jeng: My cat is absolutely shocked!
Barager: Which are from plugins
Boitel: Well on my host it loads, maybe you have child security on or something 😀
Rupley: Llewlyn, well its regular stuff for me.
Jeng: Well, time for big hammer debugging. start by commenting out all the PHP and then uncomment stuff one line at a time until you find it.
Vann: Jeng, P.S. Its a multisite setup
Jeng: Defoe: if it’s a PHP error this method, clumsy as it is, will track it down.
Llewlyn: Are you sure you are editing the right file? sometimes people save their template in the folder of another theme and wonder, why it comes out so differently
Goering: Well, on dev tools on chrome I get 200 OK
Sartore: So thats why its not even doing anything