Bowthorpe: Awkwardusername: I definitely agree with opsec in terms of getting your file structure to be native when troubleshooting complex server setups such as proxy p***es between two different servers and two different web servers
Bowthorpe: However, your configs look a little different than mine
Bowthorpe: Awkwardusername: this is my config for my standard wordpress site with optimizations and such: http://robido.com/nginx/configure-an-nginx-virtual-host-with-phpmyadmin-and-php-fpm/
Bowthorpe: Granted, I’m p***ing things through unix: protocol so that I don’t use any network overhead and such, so p*** over that if you copy/paste stuff :
Todt: Well, I think i see my problem now.
Hogan: Lemme try moving index.php to the cms folder and tweak things.
Gilfillan: There are no guarantees how many minutes anyone has left.
Chelf: Greetings Site Administrator! You are currently allowing “none” registrations. To change or disable registration go to your Options page.Registration has been disabled. why is this apear on wordpress multisite?
Plamondin: Greetings. i’m not familiar with wp multisite and cannot ***ist
Plamondin: From reading that message, perhaps you should try enabling registrations
Aul: Plamondin: i enabled that still the same error appears
Gowey: Is there any way to place clickable regions on an image in WordPress? For some reason image maps are not working
Bowthorpe: Colonel-panic: the problem is with your image map. wordpress does not do anything to get in the way of the way browsers natively handle image maps.
Slater: Colonel-panic: how so?
Oehmke: An image map that works fine in jsfiddle will not work when I place it in a wordpress page using the text editor
Bowthorpe: Colonel-panic: you might be confusing a link to the attachment overriding the image map as “wordpress overriding image maps”
Bowthorpe: But I ***ure you it does not
Bowthorpe: Just disable your attachment links ;
Boutin: I’ve just wasted several hours trying to get it to work
Gilfillan: Improper or incomplete implementation is the culprit.
Slater: Colonel-panic: do you have a link?
Gilfillan: Benzing is a waste. if you have the learning spirit.
Rolseth: This is the thing I’m working on
Slater: Colonel-panic: we might be able to help, but it’s really incredibly unlikely that the CMS itself is at fault
Slater: Where is the image map on that page?
Munks: If you follow the link for “Support”
Priess: There’s a page with a button on it
Mccloughan: The large photo of the blonde woman has a graphic button
Bowthorpe: I just put two image maps on my site, one in the editor, and one in template code – both work fine
Fioretti: I was trying to enable that button as a link
Beagley: By using an image map
Lalka: Hi : Anyone know if there’s a way to avoid auto incrementing the slug post_name of a custom post type when using a loop with multiple wp_insert_post ? All my posts are child posts.however if two or more posts have the same post_name.it adds the auto incrementation to the slug.even though they’re not on the same hierarchy level
Telford: I tried placing the image using a standard WP text editor, but it will not work
Hirezi: When I embed the map, it does Benzing. Doesn’t even make active clickable regions
Muschick: Basically : domain.com/cpt/some-parent-name/child/ domain.com/cpt/some-other-parent-name/child-1/ — :
Bowthorpe: Colonel-panic: it’d honestly be easier to take the button out of the image and make it work correctly, but an image *could* work I suppose
Bowthorpe: And you shouldn’t be using whatever you “image mapper” just add water image mapping solution
Frezzo: You mean like using an HTML button?