How To Redirect or Disable BBPress Registration Page

BBPress is a great forum software that integrates nicely with WordPress. The problem is, it’s not as full-featured as the other forum software available. One of my gripes is the inability to change certain options. For instance, if you’ve integrated BBPress with your WordPress blog, then you want to redirect or disable the default BBPress registration page since it’s redundant. Well, there’s no easy, out-of-the-box switch that you flick on and off for this. Turns out that if you want

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Simple Way to Relay or Pass POST Data From A Page to Another Without .htaccess, Even Cross-Domain

So I had a page which I absolutely could not change or rename. The challenge was, this page would normally receive POST data, and I had to pass or relay this POST data to another page, which resided on another domain. I tried .htaccess, but that didn’t work, so I figured that I had to do some programming. It was simple enough with the curl library to do so, and here it is – The method to pass POST data

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How To Create And Use .htaccess Files For Apache Web Server in Microsoft Windows

Windows doesn’t support .htaccess files because of the naming convention. To Windows,.htaccess essentially is a nameless file, with a .htaccess file extension, similar in concept to having a file named .jpg. So you can see why file editors would complain if you try to save a file named .htaccess. You can workaround this by 2 ways though: Step 1: You can bring in the file, e.g. through FTP off a Linux box, and you can have it on your Windows

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Edit .htaccess to increase PHP’s max file upload

To increase the upload file size limit on your website, you need to edit PHP’s configuration settings. Unfortunately, not everyone has their own web server, so most of the time people are constrained by the limits of shared hosting. But you can still modify your base php.ini file by creating your own php.ini with the edits that you want. Your php.ini file needs to be in every folder that’s going to be affected, or at least in the folder where

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