Stumbled upon an error: WordPress admin pages just went blank. No error reports, nothing. Discovered two possible reasons for it:
- corrupted WordPress files.
- White space after last entry in wp-config.php file.
If files are corrupted (incomplete uploads, for example): just use good ftp client, upload again. If curious: I use FireFTP for Firefox addon.
Take notice that files can be corrupted by malicious code too. In that case, change your passwords before uploading new versions of files.
If it doesn’t help: check your wp-config.php file. Notepad++ is good for that. If you see white-space and / or endline characters at the end of your file, delete them.
Sometimes one just needs to install WordPress MU with subdomains locally. Now, most of the processes here are identical to simple WordPress or Joomla install too. The one action needed for WordPress MU install only is getting subdomains to work.
So, here is step by step instruction:
- Go to it’s administration panel. Check that MySQL and Apache is running. Clicking on “Admin…” button for MySQL will lead you to phpMyAdmin interface for your MySQL install. Make databases and users to fit your needs.
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A few days ago in WordPress job list came a request for WordPress MU site wide search plugin. Out of interest I googled string:
wordpress mu search plugin
To tell the truth: I was surprised. It returned only two decent results:
Decided to test them. On a local server made a clean WordPress MU install (With subdomains). Used default WordPress theme.
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While trying to install WordPress MU in a subdirectory, you may come across an error:
There doesn’t seem to be a
wp-config.php file. I need this before we can get started.
I did come across it. There is a button: Create a Configuration File, I clicked on it, but nothing happened.
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