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  • Plugin Author kayleighthorpe

    (@kayleighthorpe)

    Hi Michael,

    Thanks for the nice feedback, we already had new ideas for the positioning, the Wapuu image can now be placed in your top admin bar or left in the footer, your preference. 🙂

    Thanks

    Plugin Author kayleighthorpe

    (@kayleighthorpe)

    Big thanks for the review! I planned on adding new tabs in the next week or so myself. It’ll be in the next update.

    kayleighthorpe

    (@kayleighthorpe)

    Cool! Let me know if you need any further help!

    kayleighthorpe

    (@kayleighthorpe)

    What you need to do is go in to the admin dashboard and go in to ‘settings’ > ‘General’

    Here you can set the URL to be the new location, THEN move the files to that new location.

    That will allow you login to wp-admin at the new URL but you may need to run a URL updater plugin (Velvet Blues) which can update all the URLs for you after the migration because it’s likely some will not work without doing so.

    Do take a backup before attempting to move anything of course!

    Outsiders can likely find your subdomain. If this bothers you you can either set up a .htpasswd which prompts people for a password before being able to see your subdomain; but this can be annoying. Otherwise I would advise just ticking the box in settings which disables bots from crawling your test subdomain.

    Hope this helps!

    kayleighthorpe

    (@kayleighthorpe)

    Hi there,

    Is this error coming up after attempting to repair the database in PhpMyAdmin?

    If so, you may need to restore from a backup.

    Forum: Fixing WordPress
    In reply to: Problem to log in
    kayleighthorpe

    (@kayleighthorpe)

    I can’t imagine unticking anyone can register would have done it. I’d be curious to know what caused it. Have you tried renaming the plugins folder to disable them since you can’t login?

    Forum: Fixing WordPress
    In reply to: Problem to log in
    kayleighthorpe

    (@kayleighthorpe)

    What changes did you make? It sounds like a permission issue. Did you change your .htaccess file?

    kayleighthorpe

    (@kayleighthorpe)

    Hi Nick,

    I can’t think of a quick way to achieve what you need. What you could do is have your main site at abc.com and possibly have a development subdomain, say dev.abc.com – of even have it in a sub folder.

    Just take copies of your files and database. Place the files in the subdomain, then change your wp-config to connect to the duplicate database.

    Then when you’re happy with the development site copy it over your abc.com content.

    Does that sound like an ideal solution? I can probably churn out some more detailed instructions if that helps.

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