[wp-hackers] Why always absolute paths?
christian.foster at gmail.com
Thu Apr 22 06:26:52 UTC 2010
I use constants wherever possible - you can find a list here
Towards the bottom is:
On Thu, Apr 22, 2010 at 3:46 PM, Jon Brown <jbrown510 at gmail.com> wrote:
> Please excuse me if I jump into this and my question is a OT, it does seems on topic to me... but I'm just starting to lurk here to get a feel. Anyway...
> Is there an equivalent to <?php bloginfo('template_directory');?> that points to the /wp-content folder? It seems to me that it would at least provide a bridge for those that need it, like me, to make moving sites between domains easier?
> I find myself often developing at http://example.com/dev and later moving to http://example.com/ or http://example.com/blog. I could then use SQL to replace any errant instances of http://example.com/dev/wp-content to <?php bloginfo('wp-content');?> prior to moving the site... would that even work? php in the link fields?
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