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Posting to kimberussell blog page on Facebook
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Webkeeping
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What do Ariana Grande and I have in common?

Posting to kimberussell blog page on Facebook

Hi! This is how I’m going to use the app. This blog is mine alone. I make no money off of it, but I’m lazy and want to use my plugin (xyzscripts) to post automatically to FB.

1) I log into my wordpress site.
2) I make a post and hit ‘publish’
3) XYZ script plugin uses my app info to post to my blog’s FB page. Let’s see how it goes.

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edited to add: Facebook is making me submit a developer app to get my blog to post automatically to facebook. Wheee!

Webkeeping

It’s a lazy Saturday on Literary Lane, so I’m going to spend it troubleshooting

(art by KC Green)

. Time for stream of consciousness post!

Things that are causing problems – and these are all on the backend:

  • HTTP errors when uploading photos that are under 2MB – AGAIN
  • >> it’s not the php.ini file OR the captcha that LunarPages installed.

  • A WordPress error file that’s going batshit crazy
  • SERIOUSLY crazy. This is written every time I access the site:

    [04-Feb-2017 09:40:09 America/Los_Angeles] PHP Warning: Module ‘suhosin’ already loaded in Unknown on line 0
    [04-Feb-2017 09:40:09 America/Los_Angeles] PHP Warning: Module ‘PDO’ already loaded in Unknown on line 0
    [04-Feb-2017 09:40:09 America/Los_Angeles] PHP Warning: Module ‘pdo_sqlite’ already loaded in Unknown on line 0
    [04-Feb-2017 09:40:09 America/Los_Angeles] PHP Warning: Module ‘imagick’ already loaded in Unknown on line 0
    [04-Feb-2017 09:40:09 America/Los_Angeles] PHP Warning: Module ‘pdo_mysql’ already loaded in Unknown on line

    Even with all plugins deactivated. Sweet merciful crap. PHP always just …worked.

  • WordPress post.php hangs. The posts do post, but I never move back to the Dashboard unless I refresh the page.
  • > It’s not the theme.
    >>It COULD be a plugin OR THE gigantic error file.
    >>Reverted back to Canvas theme. Error file is up to 65KB in just an hour. Troubleshooting the PHP issue might fix this.

    And I’m sure I’ll find countless other things. To start debugging, I’ve turned off the addons that post to Facebook and Twitter, and switched to a default WordPress theme.

    At worst, I may just obliterate this directory and do a fresh install of WordPress. I should just START with that. 🙂

    Apologies to RSS peeps. Here we go!

    What do Ariana Grande and I have in common?

    (Besides our killer bods and dumptrucks full of cash)

    I don’t know much about Ariana Grande other than she covered Wham!’s Last Christmas* on the Michael Buble special and I think she did okay with it. But this image came up in a search I was doing** and I nearly died…

    problem ariana grande

    Album (single?) cover – Problem by Ariana Grande featuring Iggy Azalea.

    LOOK AT THE FONT! WE HAVE THE SAME FONT!

    Bounce!

    Bounce!

    It’s Bounce being sold through Letterhead Fonts. I bought it years ago (pre-2006) for around $40 and swore since I spent that much money, I’d never use another font. It’s adorable and I wish Miss Grande the best with her $40 font.
    *****
    In more realistic day-to-day news, I ended up with five types of cookies: pinwheels, PB blossoms, sugar cutouts, gingerbread, and spritz. Tonight I’ll frost the sugar cookies & gingerbread. It was a smaller year because frankly, not many people eat cookies anymore. WM is on his 2-week holiday break. TNP closes on Wednesday and doesn’t reopen until January 5th. This will be my first paid winter break (where I didn’t have to burn vacation days) ever. Even in college I worked retail, so I was always working on 12/26.

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    * I was a huge Wham! fan when we were all young. And for as much love and admiration I had for them and every single word they (ok mostly George) sang, I am still shocked that Last Christmas has become a Christmas classic.

    ** I was trying to find out more on Iggy Azalea. Everyone knows her except me because while my musical world is growing, it’s not growing in Iggy’s direction.

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