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Hi Paul! Milllion of hugs!!!!! It worked %)))
Ah, such a relief…
Thank you guys, you are very supportive. It is invaluable!
Thanks heaps. Everything is ok now
I found an article about the password:
I’m wondering, what listed in wp-config – is it MD5 password?
Hi Hugo! Thanks heaps for the answer!
(I posted the question to WP forums, but then thought that may be it is something in Buddypress files that uses the old prefix. When I said “db prefix”, I meant “db table prefix”, sorry.)
It was “WSD Security” (Wp database Security) plugin.
I agree it’s not difficult to change prefixes when you know what to do Looks like the plugin worked, but something else is missing… somewhere..
> you may have to copy the new tables that now have data to the old ones so any new posts are preserved then delete the newer table and rename the old one with the new prefix.
Thanks for the advice. I have never done this before, I can try. Luckily I have not got any valuable topics, so I can easily ignore them. I.e. it’s ok if new topics created (that went to “wp_” table) will be lost.
> In this situation perhaps the first thing I would ensure is that I had a working DB and would create a new empty DB and restore a sql dump to it that way I could simply switch to that DB in wp-config and get back to original state in seconds.
I will try this.
In wp-config I see db name and a user with an encrypted password.
How can I get the password encrypted? I know it non-crypted as I enter it to phpMyAdmin.
Thanks heaps again!
I’m also interested in this… (I don’t know how to subscribe to the topic without replying to it )
Neither me can make it work properly…
I post a reply in to the link you mentioned
Did anyone work out how to make breadcrumbs work properly?
I tried the above, but
– it adds “Members” or “Groups” after the current page link
– it does not display the current page name, but its link instead..