[wp-hackers] Wordpress in Multiple Environments
burobjorn at gmail.com
Mon Jan 17 17:20:24 UTC 2011
Why does WordPress stil save full urls in it's database? Without that we
would not need any of the 'solutions' discussed and could just change
the wp-config to whatever it needs to be and build urls from that.
I know, I'm flogging a dead horse, but he when an issue comes up every X
days we might have an issue to solve...
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On 01/17/2011 07:00 AM, Dion Hulse (dd32) wrote:
> Output buffering, Production siteurl, and a few filters on site_url and
> friends is the "standard" way of achieving it from the better setups I've
> seen recently. Unfortunately, I dont have any code handy or anyone to direct
> you to right now for it, but i've seen it done very well a few times, As
> long as you understand how WordPress outputs content, and stores it in the
> database, everything works sweet.
> On 17 January 2011 00:58, Mike Schinkel<mikeschinkel at newclarity.net> wrote:
>> On Jan 17, 2011, at 12:40 AM, Ryan Bilesky wrote:
>>> My guess is the uploads get the domain from the siteurl setting, as long
>>> that's set to the production site url then the uploads work fine, then
>>> being outputted you use andrews code to rewite the links, being that
>>> directory structure should be the same that would work.
>> If that were the case then I'm pretty sure attempting to load the staging
>> site would redirect to the live site. Output buffering would not affect that
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