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I’m a bit confused. I’ve yet to have a single serious problem with any of the various things installed and updated on my server, that is until dealing with Mint.
I currently see my site layout with a 404 error.
I’ve edited db.php. My wp-config.php file doesn’t list ‘localhost’ but instead a PHP function. Should I change it to the PHP function or should I keep it as localhost?
I’ve installed the mint directory to root.
I’ve added a .htaccess file to the mint directory that reads as follows:
I navigated to MYDOMAINNAME.com/mint, and it shows the 404 error.
Where am I going wrong?
I am sure my problem is that I am tired, 10:44pm here, but I do not think my stats are working. Just upgraded to 2.15 from version 1. I changed to another domain, pbaphotography.com. I see the code in my word press header, but when I go to a proxy site to visit my own site from another IP, I do not see any stats. What am I missing? I am sure it is something simple, since I did not have a problem with my old domain. Can someone checkout, pbaphotography.com for me? Perhaps sleep will help ;)
Try uninstalling/reinstalling (including uploading a fresh copy of the Mint directory). Somehow the Default Pepper wasn’t installed (which should be possible). Make sure all files are completely uploaded via FTP before beginning the installation.
I really need this Mint! So I have
done a successful compatibility test
uploaded all folders and files
uploaded the WP-Mint plugin
activated the plugin
amended the db.php
amended the index.php
created a .htaccess with the two recommended pieces of code
re-uploaded the files
and when I enter mydomain.com/mint I still get :
Internal Server Error
The server encountered an internal error or misconfiguration and was unable to complete your request.
Please contact the server administrator, [no address given] and inform them of the time the error occurred, and anything you might have done that may have caused the error.
More information about this error may be available in the server error log.
HELP….!!!!! What must I do? Any help/suggestions to correct the situation will be welcome
First, if you are using the WordPress Mint plugin you do not need to use the .htaccess method of adding Mint to yours site; the plugin does this for you.
Next, you are describing a generic internal server error. You will need to ask your host about this specific issue although the most common cause is file permissions.
Word to the wise, don’t send a support email and then post the same issue in the Forum if you still want a response to your email. Given the two options I will always reply in the Forum (so that other’s can benefit) and file the email without replying.
Mint doesn’t require any special settings. On my server, its PHP files are the default 644 and folders are the default 755. Your server may have different, non-standard requirements which is why you’ll need to ask your host (or see their documentation).
It should work fine, you simply need to specify that mint is installed at http://domain.com/mint or whatever. While it “guesses” at the auto configuration, you can overwrite this on the “Settings -> uMint” page.
At the moment I don’t have integration for Bird Feeder, although I don’t think it would be difficult to add, if there is any interest.
Also, I updated the plugin recently for 2.7 with nicer, 2.7 compatible widgets.
I’m opening a new feature at the bug tracker http://redmine.paintedrockcommunication … /micromint .
If anyone has any trouble, or wants new features, just go there and add a ticket.