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PHPCodeSniffer + PHPCompatibility For Checking Codebase Before Migration

Published on by Paul Gilzow | Posts by This Author

As I mentioned yesterday, if you want to use PHPCodeSniffer+PHPCompatibility make sure you are using the 2.9 version of PHPCodeSniffer.  Failing to see the notice in the PHPCompatibility Requirements section about it being incompatible with PHPCS3.0 will lead to several hours of hair-pulling and cursing at your screen. The PHPCompatibility standard is currently not compatible […]

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Testing Your Codebase for the PHP7 Migration

Published on by Paul Gilzow | Posts by This Author

We are preparing to upgrade the Departmental Web Hosting Environment to PHP 7.0 within the next month.  Knowing that there are at least a few backwards incompatible changes between PHP 5.X and 7.0, the thought of combing through tens of thousands of lines of code is enough to cause a panic attack.  Thankfully, it doesn’t […]

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Setting up Multiple Independent Subdomains in a WordPress Network

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TL;DR – You’re going to need to map your domains to the COOKIE_DOMAIN constant. We run numerous WordPress networks on campus, almost all of which are set up with multiple independent subdomains (e.g. foo.missouri.edu, bar.missouri.edu, etc.).  Historically, a WordPress network only supported subdomains based off a root domain (e.g. root domain of mysite.com, child sites of […]

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