Canestrini: Works fine with this plugin opsec :
Spinn: Highly recommended 😛
Lokan: Make notes of what you did ; now you have your own special sauce.
Lokan: Here’s the thing about “teaching” . it’s a myth. it’s not possible. . one can “show” what they’ve done, but not teach it. we all already know everything there is or ever was to know.
Lokan: We can only show another how we got the results we got, once they understand that, they’re free to modify and experiment on new recipes
Lokan: So if you’ve never done $something before, find someone that appears to be good at it and ask for their recipe ;
Reckling: Any idea why my ajax response object is ‘0’ when I’m sending back an object?
Lokan: That’s how we got chocolate chip cookies with reses pieces in them!
Gingell: Jstransky: paste your code
Irle: I literally copied and pasted this code https://codex.----escape_autolink_uri:a03ded6cd97ffffa8f7b4e1454f3eecc----.org/Function_Reference/wp_send_json#Default_Usage
Gwynes: But I’m using wp_send_json_success instead
Kratochwil: I need some help with moving WordPress to the root folder. I have a website that does not use WordPress, and I have created a subdomain website that does use WordPress. I would like to move the content from the subdomain to the root. Right now, going to subdomain.website.com brings me to my subdomain, but I would like to simply go to website.com and be brought to the content from the subdomain. I would not like to redirect it, just simp
Stawicki: Ly replace the ‘website’ from the root with the WordPress one from the subdomain.
Eutsler: So in my callback, console.logresponse; should be something other than 0 yah?
Scharnberg: True, like you bro opsec 😀
Ludovici: Seems like it’s all fixed :
Duckwall: I guess it’s the same deal as me
Lokan: Geo_: http://dpaste.com/0Y59NQB
Lokan: Perseus0: check that out as well
Lokan: Will save you some headaches getting instantly moved to the new location.
Antone: Let me give it a try, thanks
Dershem: Hi there, is this link: http://docs.woothemes.com/do***ent/custom-tracking-code-for-the-thanks-page/
Lokan: Limbera: where are you confused with that?
Perillo: Opsec: didn’t have those fields in my config file :
Lokan: It’s a function you add to your current theme’s functions.php which will add a tracking code to your orders, the “tracking code” is whatever you come up with
Lokan: Perseus0: the constants? no one does.
Perriello: I did change those properties manually on the db at the time
Lokan: Limbera: sure, but that code goes in your theme’s functions.php, not a wp page
Clearwater: It doesn’t really explain waht it does, does it inject a string?
Lokan: Perseus0: those constants elimiate the need for that ;
Lokan: You should never need to edit the db directly.
Hendrix: Do i need to return the string
Aranas: I don’t really get how the magic happens
Shodunke: Yeah I kind of figured that out now 😛 opsec
Lokan: Hand editing the db could end up with ‘plosion
Buttrum: I hand edit the db quite often :
Lokan: Tables, columns and rows all over the place. burning piles of embers
Genthner: Not this in particular tho
Mosure: Thank you very much opsec, didn’t know it was that simple :
Figueras: Opsec: if i put the javasciprt snippet inside of a string, am i expected to return the string?
Lokan: Limbera: from your link “* Put your tracking code here”
Mcswain: Yep, so i paste it tehre as a string