I read each day a RTFB or RTFM !
Don't give me that lame answer as old as the streets in New York.
Nobody is forced to use free software.
But nobody is forced to write crap sections of code too.
(I did not say WP is crap !)
If complaints do go to the basket, there is no need to improve software too. Complaints are signals to improve code and logic.
I posted some nice threads to read, to point this is not always
as easy as RTFM !
If this is not valid, there should be a HTML page
yeeh, sure. Something like Windows versus Linux.
On windows, You have all permissions You want to get the cheese.
You only need to access the holes. Permissions are less strict.
Or something like php safe mode or not. Or php caching...
Before installation of WP, the software should check if the server
match all those conditions. This is done by other software too.
I installed the Advanced TinyMCE. But does it show up, nada.
I found the checkbox in Settings->Advanced TinyMCE to disable cleanup of <p></p> and . I saved that screen or the editor would not launch. As I enabled back, the visual view,
next to the user.
Still no Advanced TinyMCE.
So I found this:
Did I clean the cache, sure. Both from Apache and Firefox.
As I rebooted the web server.
Shift refresh, Ctrl F5, smash the keyboard ! Nope.
So finally I found some topics, with the same problems:
So when I read that...
All those things need to work out of the box. If there are requirements, they should be checked before installation etc.
Right now it is pretty difficult to find out what is going wrong. I can start to verify log files, access permissions or finally run my PHP debugger :-) Looks like a drupal setup...