Along side the question “Username is not in the sudoers file. This incident will be reported” that explained the programical aspects of the error and suggested some workarounds, I want to know: what does this error mean?
When I do –
CD .. instead of
it gives me error saying –
I modified my posts widget in Elementor with a custom skin in order to show multiple badges with following code:
What I’m looking to do is completely hide the UI for a custom post type from specific user roles…Ive previously found many resources on how to disable access to using those CPTs but nothing that really allows you to completely hide the CPT UI all together based on what user is logged into the dashboard.
Custom taxonomies are great. I registered a bunch of new taxonomies and wrote an importer to import our hierarchical taxonomy into WordPress a la XML. The problem is one taxonomy has about 1,100 terms and browsing a checklist of 1,100 things is cruel and unusual punishment.
I am using multipress, but users with small screens cannot access the HTML tab as the Publish meta box has a div that slides above it, disabling the ability to click it. One idea is to force a single column layout, but there are no options for this in screen options. Is there another way to do it?
I would like to use the english interface for the back-end but I would like to set it to native language for an editor. I know WPML has this feature, but I don’t want to install the unsupported WPML just for this reason.