4. We know you're really busy, you have a full work load but please try to remember... "Are you sure you changed the code?"
3. Question 3. A bit of fun. Ask yourself "What have I done?"
The total downloads of the 10 bobbingwide plugins hosted on wordpress.org exceeded 200,000 on 26th November 2014. Here’s some more information about them.
I recently upgraded my development environment to PHP 5.5.18 with Apache 2.4. Everything seemed to be working fine.
But when I tried to upgrade my bleeding edge WordPress environment to WordPress 4.1-beta2 it failed with.
Download failed.: There are no HTTP transports available which can complete the requested request.
I spent some time analysing the problem and found it to be that I hadn’t enabled CURL.
But when I did enable CURL, it still didn’t work.
Looking at the number of reports in Stack Overflow this seems to have been a fairly common problem, with a variety of workarounds, many of which don’t actually address the basic issue. Here’s my solution.
In case you don’t know how to do this, which seems very unlikely if you’ve managed to install Apache and PHP and attempted to enable CURL…
Use Windows Symlinks ( mklink /J target source) to support the development of a WordPress plugin in one local environment and test concurrently in others.
Hello WordCamp Bournemouth.
I’ll be attending the Emsworth Meetup tonight
and the PHPHants meeting next Wednesday, after The Anchor Golf Society’s mid June Medal at Furzeley.
Introducing the WordPress dynamic API reference – wp-a2z.org