Clouser: Please don’t feel obligated to help
Suing: Sorry, have to go afk
Hinners: Jstransky: so you’re wanting to get a list of posts that match ‘foo’ in the post_content OR the ‘customf_field’ meta value?
Shelburne: Is it possible for a PHP script to use WP API without WordPress platform actually being used in a browser?
Pavella: Filipovich: I guess I will do it. I have another question
Filipovich: Temhaa: ok, what’s up?
Doyle: Filipovich: I created blog page and permalink looks as http://www.mycompany.com/index.php/blog-4/
Kuzmin: Shelburne: what do you mean by that? You have another PHP app that would like to use the WP API?
Patrin: Filipovich: and I couldn’t change it
Filipovich: You have another page with the slug “blog”. You might want to change it. Look at your pages! And check Trash, too.
Filipovich: Index.php should not be in your URL!
Filipovich: What’s your site’s real URL?
Mccadams: Jstransky: holy crap
Sattel: Filipovich: after using that lib I showed here it’s not working again.
Malm: Im having issues ordering a custom post type by menu_order. Im expecting the order to be the same as the order when in admin looking all the posts of that type
Filipovich: AbuDhar: As I said, I don’t do multilingual sites or polylang
Filipovich: AbuDhar: but if you broke your site again, you can surely restore from the backup you made before messing with it again.
Fjeld: Filipovich: I can easily go back yeah
Marez: Does the order of the args make a difference/
Filipovich: Temhaa: did you find another page called “blog”?
Filipovich: Temhaa: also, your .htaccess file doesn’t seem to work; a site.com/lotsofjunk gets a SERVER 404 error, not a WordPress 404 error.
Noles: Filipovich: I found it but it was trash.
Markwell: Filipovich: it it cache problem?
Filipovich: Temhaa: so you have two problems: 1 Apache is not correctly configured to respect WP’s .htaccess file and 2 a second “blog” page.
Filipovich: Delete it from trash, then go back to the “blog” you created and change the slug from blog-4 or whatever to blog
Filipovich: It is not a cache problem. pages in trash still own their slug.
Hidden: Filipovich: I am deleting now so /index.php problem?
Filipovich: That’s a web server misconfiguration. .htaccess is being ignored.
Filipovich: Do you have access to the web server configs?
Filipovich: And are you comfortable doing sysadmin stuff?
Grando: Filipovich: do I change htaccess from wp admin
Filipovich: It’s being ignored because your http configuration is incorrect for WordPress
Remondini: Jstransky: try this http://pastebin.com/siedFwzx
Pillips: Jstransky: just has one meta query but its a start. your mess is . well. a mess
Filipovich: Temhaa: did you change the slug of the page you created?
Filipovich: And have you added a post?
Filipovich: Hmmm. your theme is built as a one-page theme. I wonder if it supports real pages and posts? Check with their support: wordpress-theme/8899186">http://themeforest.net/item/doors-onepage-multipurpose-wordpress-theme/8899186
Spotted: Filipovich: I am used wp rss aggregator
Lanni: Filipovich: I added rss and added to page and I changed slug
Filipovich: Check with the theme support wordpress-theme/8899186/support">http://themeforest.net/item/doors-parallax-responsive-one-page-wordpress-theme/8899186/support
Filipovich: Temhaa: is this a live site?
Filipovich: Could you change the theme to test?
Pelletier: Filipovich: yes live site. we have not stage
Filipovich: Then post a qeustion for the theme’s developer on its support site
Filipovich: Worst case, you figure out how to do blog.site.com as a separate site. :-