Basse: Ive been up to long :l
Jeng: Gee whillikers, Rontill.
Jeng: Maybe I should start a business where I google stuff for people
Ester: I heard mmost IT guys do exactly that
Schraff: Jeng: its called being an IT person
Maidens: Hi, I’m having trouble with a function I’ve created to redirect a page if iOS is detected. Anything wrong with my php? http://paste.pound-python.org/show/i7z03Q1ITSbpcQA1cLnK/
Locastro: It works- but only 2 or 3 times out of 10!
Bibiano: I think caching is breaking my mobile_detect function
Freno: Does anyone have an example of a shortcode form submitting to its own page? The same code works in admin but when the page is reloading using the shortcode it’s giving an error page not foun
Chubbuck: I think I have a very mysterious issue with my WordPress, and I hope if something can at least give me an idea
Ransbottom: I am getting error ERR_TOO_MANY_REDIRECTS. Let me explain. I developed my own theme for WordPress. I have used that theme for several sites in different hosting with no issue. It was working fine on this server I am having the issue with, but for a time now it is getting more common. I am getting a redirect loop error on Chrome ERR_TOO_MANY_REDIRECTS, but it seems to be working fine on
Blide: Firefox. And sometimes it works fine on Chrome, but not on Firefox. I did the delete cookies and temp files and cache from my browser, and it worked for a moment, after a refresh on Chrome, the issue started again. Right now it is working on Firefox, but not on Chrome. So this is what I have tried:
Cutty: Check .htaccess file, Modified the site_url and home values, Disabled all plugins, Since I am using my custom theme, I disabled my theme and enabled the WordPress default theme, Checked permission for a couple of folders, Checked with the Chrome Inspector, and I see a lot of 302 Moved Temporarily, Now, I am out of ideas, and I cannot find any scenario that matches mine. I am not sure if it
Koscinski: Is related to cache or cookies or what else can I check.
Biber: I am very new to WordPress. I had to modify wp-includes/category-template.php to get wordpress to do what I am trying to acheive. I’d rather not modify core. Can anyone tell me how I can get tags on the sidebar to show the tag_count value without modifying core?
Thompon: Perhaps make a child theme and create new category templates
Bonneville: How can I make all generated href’s in my content be protocol agnostic?
Wethington: Http:// is now breaking my https-only site
Gulikers: I’ve set siteurl and home in wp_options table to the https:// url instead of http:// yet there are still many URL’s in the content going to http://
Lollis: I hope I don’t need some plugin for this
Mbonu: Sling: 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
Vorwerk: Jiron: seems to be down
Parden: Getting a 504 Gateway Time-out
Sallah: Checking out wordpress.org/Moving_WordPress+&cd=1&hl=en&ct=clnk&gl=nl">http://webcache.googleusercontent.com/search?q=cache:k-7FlWUE398J:https://codex.wordpress.org/Moving_WordPress+&cd=1&hl=en&ct=clnk&gl=nl :
Buissereth: Seems Level3 is dropping packets again.they really need to sort out their routing at that exchange :
Arzo: Hmm, finally reached it and it’s 504’ed here too, will investigate
Knackstedt: Somewhere wordpress really doesn’t like the fact that I’m using https
Deren: Sling: I would say it’s you, not us =
Erps: What did you change ?
Dunklin: Halcom, vanilla wordpress, with only the two http:// uri’s in the wp_options table changed to https://
Pullian: Will change them back to see if that fixes the loop