What’s the easiest way to.

Jeng: There are various plugins that will make your site accessible only via p***word.

Vinke: I think I’d rather 404 what I don’t need to serve

Jeng: I suppose you could get creating with mod_rewrite

Fatora: Https://----escape_autolink_uri:a03ded6cd97ffffa8f7b4e1454f3eecc----.org/plugins/disable-site/ this may work with some editing. In fact I am sure if I just point it to a non existing resource for this splash page it’d 404 out

Angermeier: I always clone my sites manually, did it today and get the installation page coming up, what gives? dumped the database, globally sustitute site1 for site2, confirmed that, then imported into new db, why would I get a new install page? did it not “see/connect” to its database properly?

Beukema: I also tested out the user, and can connect fine to db

Saltz: If I take what’s in wp-admin and place it in the WordPress root directory, what breaks?

Jeng: R1ppa: I suspect you missed a step or made a typo!

Politowski: Jeng, triple checking here, its all good.durrrrrr

Jeng: If you did i right, you wouldn’t be having this problem. :-

Andruszkiewic: R1ppa: https://codex.----escape_autolink_uri:a03ded6cd97ffffa8f7b4e1454f3eecc----.org/Moving_WordPress

Mayenschein: Yeah not arguing, but man I am checking like mad.this is not that difficult, but if Halcom has changed its me for sure somewhere

Jeng: Using the values in wp-config.php, can you login manually? mysql -uvaluefromwpconfip -pvaluefromwpconfig dbname ?

Petrunger: Jeng, yup first thing I checked

Jeng: Database prefix correct?

Jeng: Yarrr? Have you gone pirate?

Vaness: Jeng, ohhh, I login to the db, show tables.empty set

Jeng: Did you import the db?

Petell: I did source it in yes

Jeng: What does “source it in” mean?

Jeng: Anyhow, you’re at a fixable point now

Ritchotte: Jeng, importing again /shrug

Cissell: Its not in any of my files

Reiners: Jeng, source referring to mysql command to import

Cissell: Its dynamically generated somewhere?

Jeng: Cissell: cd /path/to/wordpress; grep -r searchterm *

Cissell: Yea 0 results across 40 some odd thousand files

Jeng: Body cl***es are also generated from template file names, so look for a .php file spelled that way

Cissell: Ahh yep that was it, filename

Garbarini: Hi, how can I hide that damn spinning circle that shows when the page is loading? My client doesn’t want it to show ever.

Jeng: Defcronyke: that’s probably from some plugin or your theme. What’s the site URL?

Fleitman: Hmm it could be the optimizer theme i guess

Bertolino: I can’t share the page until the site is live, but i’ll take a look into the theme files

Armwood: Jeng, quick one for you, we had someone theme Jupiter up for us, when i clone my site the css is NOT the same even though I use the Theme import which “should” bring in all the css needed, its 90% there, how is it that some styles are not moving over? when I copy the site exactly

Jeng: Also, if its a slider, check the slider options.

Jeng: R1ppa: never used that theme

Jeng: Http://themeforest.net/item/jupiter-multipurpose-responsive-theme/5177775/support

Carleton: Is there a hook I can use that only runs during the initial wordpress install?

Tagliavia: How should this work?

Jeng: Sarver: what are you trying to accomplish?

Lougee: Jeng: run some DB queries just once during site install

Bodine: A mu-plugin that hooks the install process works

Dreessen: Maybe register_activation_hook would be fine if it works with an mu-plugin

Santilukka: Ah i dont thinked at mu

Pagdanganan: I never used no plan i dont like

Cassada: What’s the easiest way to get the next/previous chronological post over two different post types