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  1. phiali
    Member
    Posted 9 years ago #

    Hi guys,
    Would anyone mind browsing over to http://www.0gravity.co.uk if you have a minute or two to spare. I've recently moved over from blogger.com and setup WordPress and I'm really loving it so far.
    Site seems to work okay in FireFox but I seem to get a script error in IE saying "Expected ')'". Any ideas? I think it's (perhaps) something in one of the recent posts as there is no error when one looks at (for example) the February 2004 archive.
    But let me have it!
    Alistair

  2. moshu
    Member
    Posted 9 years ago #

    It has to be in the post titled Blonde Beauty.

  3. dpearson
    Member
    Posted 9 years ago #

    Im not really a fan of all white backgrounds, but thats just personal taste. Id rather have links on one side or the other but not both.
    Other than that I think it looks good.

  4. phiali
    Member
    Posted 9 years ago #

    Guys,
    Something strange is happening - it would seem that every morning my site "loses" it's template / style and it's all just text lying around.
    Trying to click on logon brings up the logon page but redirects to some completely wrong URL. (Lots of wp-admin/wp-smiles or something like that).
    If I manually enter the logon URL and logon then the site seems fine for the rest of the day. Any ideas? Don't even know how to reproduce it.

  5. Mark (podz)
    Support Maven
    Posted 9 years ago #

    Yup - do a search here for 'Turnip' - honest !
    (I really should bookmark that link ...)

  6. phiali
    Member
    Posted 9 years ago #

    Well that search term is nice and unique!! Thanks for that :-) Have implemented the .htaccess file change so lets hold thumbs.
    Checked phpMyAdmin to find out what the old URL setting went to and it's something like:
    http://www.0gravity.co.uk/wordpress/wp-login.php?redirect_to=/wordpress/wp-admin/wp-images/smilies/wp-images/smilies/wp-images/smilies/wp-images/smilies/wp-images/smilies/wp-images/smilies/wp-images/smilies/wp-images/smilies/wp-images/smilies/wp-images/smilies/wp-images/smilies/wp-images/smilies/wp-images/smilies/wp-images/smilies/wp-images/smilies/wp-images/smilies/wp-images/smilies/images//t/images//t/images//t/images//t
    Don't suppose someone wants to help me keep an independant eye on the site ;-)
    Thanks so much again,
    Alistair
    (fingers crossed!)

  7. phiali
    Member
    Posted 9 years ago #

    Agh it's gone and done it again and it was working so well yesterday after the change. What can I do next? I'm totally stuck here as the site looks terrible when it breaks like this.

  8. phiali
    Member
    Posted 9 years ago #

    Okay well for now I have the following bit of this PHP code in a Cron job running every 5 minutes:
    $query = "UPDATE wp_options SET option_value='http://0gravity.co.uk/wordpress' WHERE option_name='siteurl' AND option_value LIKE '%0gravity.co.uk%'";
    As I need the site to be up. Not sure what else to do for now as the .htaccess thing does not seem to help. Maybe I should deny access to wp_options ;-)

  9. DianeV
    Member
    Posted 9 years ago #

    There was something about a redirect URL posted here. Do a search ...

  10. phiali
    Member
    Posted 9 years ago #

    Me again,
    I've been chatting with Turnip and he's helped me with the .htaccess stuff (http://turnipspatch.com/archives/2004/10/19/killing-the-word-wide-web/) but after a day the site fell over again as the SiteURL value in the database was changed.
    So the no-www trick is not working for me and my only hope right now seems to be running my PHP script to update the database every minute.
    I have tried to search for the Redirect URL stuff but not found much usefull yet. Ideas?
    A.

  11. Anonymous
    Unregistered
    Posted 9 years ago #

    I am having the same problem and am following this thread with interest. Is it possible to make the siteurl field read-only in the db so that it cannot be updated, or would that mess something else up?
    Curious to know if a fix has been identified for this, as it doesn't sound like it was a problem in older versions.

  12. johannmon
    Member
    Posted 9 years ago #

  13. phiali
    Member
    Posted 9 years ago #

    Yip fixed my site with that some time ago and it's perfect :)

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