I have a question for the crowd.
I recently changed my site from “in development” to Live and in doing so I made my domain name, which was pointing at another server, point to my server which was set up to show my wordpress file.
After a few initial blunders it all works fine now.
My Site URL is set to http://www.myowndomain.com/aWordpressSite and my Home URL is set to http://www.myclientsurl.com. So, to log into the admin section I go to http://www.myowndomain.com/aWordpressSite/wp-admin .
clear? ok.. so in doing this I notice that 2 very handy features are gone. I no longer get those “EDIT” buttons on each page that quickly pop me into the admin section so I can edit that page, and I no longer have the grey admin toolbar on the top of my screen when I’m in the site. To edit, I have 2 windows open now, one with the admin screen and one with the site.
is there anything I can do about this? I really like those buttons and that admin top toolbar thingie.
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