Support » Plugin: AStickyPostOrderER Show Sticky » [Plugin: AStickyPostOrderER Show Sticky] Using 'wpurl' so link works on sub-dir installs

  • Thanks for the handy plugin!

    On Line 31, I changed this:

    get_bloginfo('url')

    to this:

    get_bloginfo('wpurl')

    Why? My WordPress files are installed in a sub-directory with the front page index.php at root level. With ‘url’ for get_bloginfo, it returns the public-facing blog URL path, rather than the path to the admin files (in a sub-directory). The effect was my check-mark links on the Posts screen were broken (404), rather than linking to the corresponding admin screen. A quick and simple fix.

    Thanks again for this handy plugin.

    http://wordpress.org/extend/plugins/astickypostorderer-show-sticky/

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