I’m getting a WordPress “table doesn’t exist” error in my debug.log, but unlike most errors it doesn’t give a full stack trace to help me isolate the code. Anyone know how to tell WordPress to dump a full stack trace for this error? Thanks!
wp-config.php I have included:
Actually the problem is in this code that is, If I put the id directly in “terms” of any post type like;
[arts-list 10], then this type of post which contains this id displays the posts on the frontend but if I put something else like
terms => 'type' and then I try to display a specific type posts like;
[arts-list type=10], no post displays on the frontend, actually in terms I think I have to pass parameter of shortcode but how I do, I can’t debug this, that’s why I asked you. I hope now you understand what is my problem.
I’d love to know how to get back into wp-admin and get my site back online.
I’m developing a Custom Post Type plugin, which works fine in dev. Now that I’ve moved it to production, I’m getting a 404 when I try to display the template for the CPT.
Trying to figure out an issue a fellow programmer is having. I was wondering if the
functions.php file get called at all when you do admin side AJAX? I know that when you do an AJAX call a part of WP gets loaded up to process the call and send back a response. Is the
functions.php file included in that?
I wanna preview all the fields that the nav menu $item array holds. Is there a function to fetch it from anywhere and place it inside var_dump?