I forgot to mention, if someone does have a good solution i am willing to pay for their services. Just for the payment implementation this.
I am looking for a solution combined with WordPress as my first choice of CMS .
I am planning on developing a site for legal advise where legal articles are published and so on. I want to give visitors the opportunity to ask questions on the site, or on a attached forum. These questions will be answered if they pay a fee, say 1dollar per question. I was thinking of using PayPal for the payment.
Does anyone have any plugins, links or idea’s on how i can best implement this? I’m having trouble figuring out a way to handle the payments. At the moment i’m not sure if i want to work with a credit system or just use direct payments.
Any insights are appreciated!
But you may need to test each script works as intended.Also it is not a good idea to give any directory 777 permissions. So try the wp-content directory with 755 or 750 to prevent future headaches with security breaches.
Magically i’ve just tried editing the permissions on my wp-content again and now it suddenly worked. I’ve set them to 777 and voila.
What are the standard permissions again for that folder? 755? and 644 for individual .php files?
I have created some custom options using option-tree. Everything works fine locally but now that i’m trying to import the xml file on my server i get an error saying “Wrong file type”.
I googled for ages and nothing seemed to work.. i tried renaming, i double checked the file type, i changed permissions and everything.
So far no luck, i noticed that more people used to encounter this problem so i thought someone might have a working solution for me.
Importing the file locally works perfectly so it seems that there’s nothing wrong with my xml file..
No point on whining here unless you put link to theme….
As far as i can tell he is just asking for help. Besides i already informed him that his best bet on receiving decent feedback is by putting up a link to his theme.
It’s not like your post added something useful to this thread, did it?
Yes indeed. I’ve got a multisite install with wamp server, so each time I begin building a new theme I simply create a new site in my network and off I go.
The setup on my live server is just the same. New demo to setup -> create new network site -> off I go.I’m pretty sure that’s the setup 99% of theme authors here have, as well.
Thanks man, appreciate the information.
Got multisite up and running now, time for some action!
Looks kinda flat, try using a fresh color scheme.. something that makes you think WOW . Also try to find some more information about using whitespace properly, this makes a huge difference in your design.
Why don’t you set up a multisite network locally?
Is this what you do for your themes?
I am using a multisite for demo purposes on my server though. Wasn’t entirely sure if this was sufficient for local developing. I do hope that you understand my pain from the main post? i feel like i’m the only one having this problem.