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  • I was running the widget, CaRP, that displayed the most recent blog posts on the my sites home page as the blog is hosted on .com/blog – http://www.seobangkok.com

    Since chnaging my server password the posts do not display on my home page. Is there anyone who knows what I should do? At first I thought I had to chnage the server password in the config file but can’t seem to see where I need to chnage it. I’ve searched nearly all files on the /blog on my server with no luck.

    Any help is much appreciated! Thanks.

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  • whooami

    @whooami

    Member

    I understand your problem, but cannot help you because I am neither familiar with carp nor able to locate a download page for the actual files.

    Before we fix that — I want to be sure, so answer these questions please:

    the server password you changed was on your blog right — the one in your profile?? The one that I see posts on? So theres no issues with the posts getting out of the database, JUST with this carp thing? And if not, WHAT server are you refering to? The one where the carp thing is supposed to be displaying?

    Now, if you could provide a link where someone can grab “carp” it would be most helpful.

    Thanks for the help.

    I chnaged the sevrer password, not the wordpress password. I hope this helps! (I’m new to all this so it gets very confusing 🙂

    Anyone else can help me?

    whooami

    @whooami

    Member

    you didnt answer my questions, and you didnt provide a link to where anyone might get carp.

    please re-read my post above 🙂

    to clarify, ALL web sites are hosted on servers.

    Im asking on WHICH server — the server hosting your blog, OR the server hosting the web site that is using carp..

    You can get CaRP at http://www.geckotribe.com/rss/carp/ or http://www.geckotribe.com/rss/rss-to-dollars/

    Possible reasons for such a thing happening (off the top of my head):

    1) If you’re using mySQL caching with CaRP and changed your mySQL password, you’ll need to update carpconf.php.

    2) If you’re not using mySQL caching, but somehow changed the access permissions on CaRP’s cache folders, you may need to delete the cache folders and rerun the CaRP installation script.

    BTW, there’s a new WordPress plugin for displaying RSS feeds inside WordPress posts at http://www.geckotribe.com/rss/carp/CaRP-WP/

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