If you're running the official wordpress image from dockerhub, the docs advise mapping a volume to /var/www/html inside the container.
So your flag would look like:
What is the difference between /var/www/html/ and /var/www/html/wp-content/?
wp-content is just a subdirectory of the wordpress installation, which is ...
How to find email account associated with the above Google Storage
image in the Google Cloud console?
Unless you already know this you cannot. Your error message does have the Google Cloud Project Number. You can provide this to Google Cloud Billing Support.
If we couldn't find email account, then how to get that information
previously stored in ...
Add following line:
If your database(MySQL 5.6 or later) use a self-assigned certificate, you may try:
Tested on WordPress version 5.2.
I solved the same issue by changing the configuration.
When you use Alias /blog then accessing WP posts using permalink example.com/blog/sample-post/ will be redirected to example.com by Apache so you get 404 error.
I was using Reverse Proxy and to ignore redirects my setting was:
This is an old question so I'm not sure if it's still relevant, but here's my take on it.
I don't think you're overthinking it as, yes, the file will be writeable. So if anything fishy happens on the server - e.g. an attack which based on changing / creating files on the server, it will be easier for an attacker to compromise the server or adjust certain ...
Cheap solution : buy a second vps and synchronise the blog on it (for example using mysql master/master replication and unison for files). Install heartbeat and haproxy, for example : https://www.howtoforge.com/setting-up-a-high-availability-load-balancer-with-haproxy-heartbeat-on-debian-lenny
If there is any apache or mysql problem on the first server, ...
The easiest way to achieve this would be to use a 301 redirect of/specific-page like this:
Redirect permanent /specific-page/ https://specific.example.com/
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