If you're working on a new WordPress theme and you want your Admin Toolbar to reappear at the top of the page, be sure and add these two things as soon as you can to your new template: In the <head> section of your template, add this: [crayon-5951a2b819b4f091683472/] In the <foot> section of your template, add this: [crayon-5951a2b819b5f826984663/] WordPress can't give you the Admin Toolbar and all of the other goodies that go with a new template unless it knows right where … [Read more...] about WordPress: Admin Toolbar Missing
Permalinks uses mod_rewrite module. By default, this is not enabled in WAMP. Here's how to enable it. Left click the WAMP icon near your clock and or find your httpd.conf by searching in your wamp folder. It will be in your apache folder's conf directory. I found it here: C:\wamp\bin\apache\apache2.2.22\conf. Once the file is open, find the following line and take the has tag out of it. So this: [crayon-5951a2b81a73a950059225/] Needs to look like … [Read more...] about WordPress and WAMP: Permalinks other than Default do not work
In case you're wondering, the default WAMP username\password for phpmyadmin is as follows: username: root password: [none] So if you were to say, set up the WordPress wp-config.php file, it would look something like this. [crayon-5951a2b81b326056383980/] [crayon-5951a2b81b331241696950/] I hope this help some people avoid some headaches. Cheers! … [Read more...] about Default WAMP phpmyadmin username and password
I just finished up Recover a Mailbox in Exchange 2010 and noticed that my "preformatted" style wasn't wrapping. Here's what I had in my style sheet for <pre> [crayon-5951a2b81bbd0843817459/] I didn't have anything to let the preformatted text know how to react once it reached the end of the line. I added this and it worked: [crayon-5951a2b81bbdb458993938/] Cheers! … [Read more...] about WordPress: Preformatted style not wrapping
If you're creating a new theme you may immediately notice that menu options aren't available in your wp-admin navigation. This is because you haven't told your new theme that you'd like to begin using menus. In order to register menus that you'd like to work with, add the following to your functions.php file in your theme folder. If you don't have a functions.php file yet, create one and add this: [crayon-5951a2b81bf03062718818/] If you leave it like this, you'll have menu options and you'll … [Read more...] about Menu option not showing up in WordPress
I'm still on this whole "It's my site I do what I want" kick. I kind of like it. For a long time I've developed WordPress templates for websites that don't belong to me. Now that I'm making a site for myself I figured I could take any route that I want. The good thing about starting off like this is I don't have care about deadlines. The other good thing about my approach is I'm free to do whatever I want; I'm brandless and identityless. This means I can change anything I want any time I want; … [Read more...] about What’s Up With The Look Of Your Site?