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WordPress: Changing the site URL

On the Settings->General screen in a single site installation of WordPress, there are two fields named “WordPress Address (URL)” and “Site Address (URL)”. They are important settings, since they control where WordPress thinks your site is located. They control the display of the URL in the admin section of your page, as well as the

MediaWiki: Setting up Email / SMTP service with Pear mail

Install pear mail: yum install php-pear pear install mail pear install Net_SMTP pear install Auth_SASL pear install mail_mime service httpd restart Add the following to the LocalSettings.php file in your Mediawiki folder: $wgSMTP = array( ‘host’ => “mail.example.com”, // could also be an IP address. Where the SMTP server is located ‘IDHost’ => “example.com”, //

WordPress: Unable to see images or upload files

After migrating WordPress to a new server I was unable to see many of the images and the administrator could not upload. It is import to check the permissions of your newly migrated server. In my case I was running apache and the user of the owner of the WordPress directory was root and many

MediaWiki: Setting user groups in MediaWiki

By default MediaWiki has several user groups that can grant a user a set of user rights. See also [[Manual:User_rights#List_of_Groups|the list of groups]]. == [[Special:UserRights]] (MediaWiki 1.10 and higher) == {{MW 1.15|and later}} There is a simple ”’interface”’ ([[Special:UserRights]]) for adding a user to or removing a user from one or more user groups. To

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