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This site was created a very long time ago and a second install was done in a sub-directory named memlog. It has the permalink structure of just /%postname%/.
The root install uses the permalink structure of /%year%/%monthnum%/%postname%/

We want to import the posts from the memlog install but would like a way to get the existing search engine links to those to redirect to the permalink structure of the root install without having to add 1150 redirects in the htaccess.

What I've done so far is imported the memlog posts into a dev area and added a parent category of memlog then moved all categories to use that as their parent in the hopes of trying to get a way to target "memlog" for the redirect to the root's structure. Once there's a way to get that main category and all it's subs to redirect to the date structure then I can import from the dev into the root site.

Any help would be very much appreciated.
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Hi,

We are need in copying all the user databases along with logins, permissions and roles from Prod to Dev server from Mysql 5.0 version to 5.7.

Being a MSSQL Server DBA, I'm having basic knowledge on Mysql which is hosted on linux server.

With the help of TSM team, all the user databases are copied from Prod to Dev server successfully and I can able to see all the databases on Dev server. Now I been stuck with copying the logins, permissions and roles.

What is the best way to copy all the logins, revised few blogs and came to know by default there will be mysql database which holds all the logins and permissions. Shall I restore the mysql database , will that work out?

Need urgent help to get this done asap and it will be greatly appreciated. Thanks.

Venkat Kokulla
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Hi there.
I have a website on Wordpress.
On a local server - everything works fine.
On the remote server, I have the "Not found" error on all pages except the homepage.
I've checked .htaccess file, deactivated all plugins, change the Wordpress theme, but the error didn't disappear.  
Help me please to solve this problem.
I have the 4.7.1 Wordpress version and "Twenty twelve" website's theme.
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I saw a facebook post, they embed an image on their facebook post without seeing any description or url but only the image and after clicking on that image, it will redirect to a website. Please anyone tell me how i can do this. Thanks
https://www.facebook.com/damnlolcom/
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I am currently working at my thesis paper. Although I have a good adviser and I've choosen a topic I'm really interested in, I have some problem structurizing my paper.
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I am about to start an IT blog and I have many ideas to share. However, I'm not very good whent ot goes to writing about software engineering. Probably you could share a good tutorial& Thanks!
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Hi

Our company website is currently not on Wordpress (3rd party custom CMS site), but our company blog is already on Wordpress. We use 2 different domain names to access them.

We want to rebuild our website using just Wordpress and we want to integrate the old Wordpress blog into the new installation. This is easy and we have tested (simple export from old blog and import into new Wordpress).

But we don't know how to keep the 2 domains functioning.

Current setup:
DOMAIN #1 > CMS SERVER
DOMAIN #2 > OLD WORDPRESS BLOG

New desired setup:
DOMAIN #1 > NEW WORDPRESS SITE
DOMAIN #2 > BLOG POSTS on NEW WORDPRESS SITE

It is true that users on DOMAIN #1 will be able to use the menus to navigate to the blog on the new Wordpress server - this is fine. But for odd historical reasons some Blog readers don't know about DOMAIN #1 and will continue to use DOMAIN #2. We don't want them to hit the homepage and be confused - we want DOMAIN #2 to point directly at the List of Blog Posts on the new server (and look like a separate domain still). In other words DOMAIN #2 needs to point to a subset of the site. We don't want to just do a domain forward to DOMAIN #1 if at all possible.

Is this at all possible?
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Blogs

A blog is a discussion or informational site consisting of discrete entries ("posts") typically displayed in reverse chronological order. Blogs can be the work of a single individual but more recently "multi-author blogs" (MABs) have developed, with posts written by large numbers of authors and professionally edited and "microblogging" systems help integrate blogs into societal newstreams.