[wp-hackers] absolute URLs in plug-ins and custom types

Charles Frees-Melvin charles.freesmelvin at me.com
Sat Jul 7 15:26:17 UTC 2012

Considering that themes and plugins can be easily transferred between installs, what we seem to be talking about is moving content back and forth. Also considering all the dynamic nature of the full potential of the WordPress database, moving databases probably should be avoided. 

This might be fringe case but with post revisions and the XML-RPC work that was added into 3.4. Would it not be possible fairly simply via a plugin for one WordPress (dev) install to publish push content to a second WordPress (prod) and manage the absolute URL changes.

Charles E. Frees-Melvin

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On 2012-07-07, at 12:04, Ryann Micua <ryannmicua at gmail.com> wrote:

> absolute vs relative urls again? :D
> quick question, does any one know how other systems go around this issue dev -> testing -> deploy successfully?
> Also, isn't this something that can be created as a plugin (sort of like a proof of concept) and see how it goes?
> Create a plugin that automatically converts absolute urls to that shortcoded url. Let it run for a few months, see what headaches you go through and let us know how it goes :)
> On Saturday, 07 July, 2012 08:00 PM, wp-hackers-request at lists.automattic.com wrote:
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