Curll: I checked mod-rewrite
Goldyn: Check if your webserver has mod-rewrite or its’ equivalent
Tada: I went into httpd.conf and verified it was uncommented
Beightol: And copy and pasted .htaccess into the wordpress dir given by the permalink settings page
Lartey: Did you restart apache?
Mazzarella: Disabled all plugins too
Servedio: Did you do a2enmod rewrite ?
Arrollo: Does htacess have Rewrite Engine on?
Greife: To the first question
Gallen: A2enmod command not found
Delvalle: What variant of linux.
Venne: I had to replace server ec2 battery
Hauptman: Brandis: Google result for Amazon ec2 battery – t
Sonntag: You must change AllowOverride None to AllowOverride All in httpd.conf
Bedlion: Bad advice if you are already able to edit httpd.conf
Jax: Specifically for the dir /path/to/your/public/html section
Bedlion: Doesn’t make any sense.
Bedlion: Anyway, #httpd for httpd experts, there’s almost none here.
Bedlion: They have a few good songs, don’t like them much though.
Hassinger: Is there any wordpress plugin
Sottile: That logs and visualizes the ip’s and their geolocations
Bedlion: There’s 1000’s of wordpress plugins
Bedlion: Do you have a problem with your enter key?
Matulewicz: Opsec: WP Slimstat – https://----escape_autolink_uri:a03ded6cd97ffffa8f7b4e1454f3eecc----.org/plugins/wp-slimstat/
Bedlion: You seem to be purposely being annoying.
Kufeldt: It looks like they’re gonna ask me for money to use “premium” features once I download it
Redlin: Everything on wordpress.org is free, some plugins have a ‘super’ version. But options that are listed in the descriptions are free and will remain free as long as the plugin remains on wordpress.org
Halgrimson: Hello everyone. I’m using the ecommerce plugin called WooCommerce, is there anyway to enable the dropdown rating instead of the star-rating?
Debois: That sounds like a step back in user experience
Koenigstein: Brandis: Why I want dropdown rating instead of star-rating?
Dickstein: Is there a definitive source of information on how to get pagination working with wp_query?
Dickstein: Hey Pazician. Yeah, I’ve got it open now. Reading it.
Dickstein: Pazician: yeah, I like that plugin. But when I try to paginate while using custom queries, that plugin solves no problems.
Dickstein: I don’ t have any specific questions right now. but I’m about to try and get pagination working with a custom queriy.
Dickstein: I currently expect pagination not to work. When that happens I’ll do some troubleshooting. If I can’t get it to work, I’ll ask a more specific question here.
Spruel: What’s with you and pagination
Dickstein: I just haven’t figured out how to get it working with custom queries. that’s all.
Dickstein: Ok. I’ve tried the functions to get the next and previous posts. I’ve tried echoing “get_the_posts_pagination”. but they aren’t outputting anything. I’m guessing they are supposed to work on the current page main loop, while I’m trying to get pagination for a custom query?
Dickstein: Is there a function that does something like, takes the name of the query that I want to paginate?
Murphrey: The_posts_pagination is for the main loop isn’t it, don’t you need to be using paginate_links for the custom stuff ?
Dickstein: I honestly don’t have a clue. But I’ll pull up the codex page for paginate_links
Dickstein: Ollivierre: how does the_posts_pagination know which query to paginate for?
Boeckmann: That one uses the global $post object I bleieve