There still doesn’t seem to be any logical solution or reason in the first place why there is a built in limit on uploads Limits on upload size are usually determined by your host. These settings in general are determined by the following settings which are located in php.ini. ( a server side configuration file [...]
Would this work for you: is_tag(array('cats','dogs')); Reference: http://codex.wordpress.org/Function_Reference/is_tag
same here i hope its just an april fools joke
-try contacting the hosting provider (unless you are your own hosting provider) if the database server is online / if they have any other problem at their end, or they made any changes to your account, or if there are any limitations/restrictions, etc. you can read about permalinks, .htacess here: http://codex.wordpress.org/Using_Permalinks
I’ve already set up a test blog http://newteam.org/blog by installing WP 3.1 using a Fantastico script via the control panel on my own domain. Everything works great. I intend to use Windows Live Writer 2011 which I downloaded. It almost connects but comes up with the following error: “Can’t connect to your blog service: Problem [...]
The long-awaited fourteenth release of WordPress is now available. WordPress 3.1 “Reinhardt” is named in honor of the jazz guitarist Django Reinhardt. Version 3.1 is available for download, or you can update from within your dashboard. This release features a lightning fast redesigned linking workflow which makes it easy to link to your existing posts and pages, an [...]
WordPress 3.0.5 is now available and is a security hardening update for all previous WordPress versions. This security release is required if you have any untrusted user accounts, but it also comes with important security enhancements and hardening. All WordPress users are strongly encouraged to update. Three point oh point five Enhances security Three point [...]
WordPress 3.1 Release Candidate 3 is now available. After careful evaluation of the 3.1 features in RC2, we recognized the need to make some adjustments. There are some significant differences from previous versions of 3.1, so please review the changes if you have been developing against a beta or RC version. The biggest change is the [...]
The second release candidate for WordPress 3.1 is now available. The requisite haiku: Rounding up stragglers Last few bugs for 3.1 Go test RC2 As I outlined in the announcement post for RC1, release candidates are the last stop before the final release. It means we think we’re done, and we again have no bugs [...]
Version 3.0.4 of WordPress, available immediately through the update page in your dashboard or for download here, is a very important update to apply to your sites as soon as possible because it fixes a core security bug in our HTML sanitation library, called KSES. I would rate this release as “critical.” This issue affects [...]
The first release candidate (RC1) for WordPress 3.1 is now available. An RC comes after the beta period and before final release. That means we think we’re done. We currently have no known issues or bugs to squash. But with tens of millions of users, a variety of configurations, and thousands of plugins, it’s possible [...]
Nope. I’m having the same problems as Jared. This was with version 1.3.7 today (3/31/2011) at 3pm. So something is still wrong in version 1.3.7. I was able to delete the plugin, go to http://wordpress.org/extend/plugins/idx-broker-wordpress-plugin/download/, and download the old version 1.3.3 to get running again. But this shouldn’t be required. Not cool.
Thanks for the quick reply. I’m new to WP and a bit unsure as to where I should put the code. Do I add it to the ‘Main Index Template’ and can it go anywhere? Thanks, Steve
If database permissions were the issue, I wouldn’t be able to update a page on one of the sub-sites (which I was able to do this morning). All normal site functions work, it just seems like adding a new site hits a wall.
I’m having this same issue…what should I do? I just downloaded the plugin so I think I have the most current version (1.2.6).
edit style.css of your theme; go through it line-by-line, and look for font-family: (you will find it quite a few times) then change the font names to those of your choice. http://www.w3schools.com/CSS/pr_font_font-family.asp
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The Next Web Lubith: A dead-simple tool for creating your WordPress themeThe Next WebAfter you get comfortable with everything, the theme can be saved and downloaded and ultimately uploaded to your self-hosted WordPress install. Libith claims to still be in beta but they are eager to have the WordPress community give it a whirl. …
I just moved from wordpress.com to wordpress.org today, and I’m trying to get my site set up just like it was before. I’m using the Vigilance theme, but I can’t find any way to change the background color. It’s not an available option so I decided to search through the code, but I still can’t [...]
Hi Martin, thanks for your post. You are right, this problem seems to have reappeared with IE9. Unfortunately, I did not yet have the time to try IE9 on my development machine, so I don’t know the exact reason. Until there’s a fix available, my advise is to use a different browser. Best wishes, Tobias