Weltuntergangsstimmung am Spargelfest

Da will man nur gemütlich ein paar Spargel essen, und plötzlich geht die Welt unter… naja, wenigstens sah es so aus als würde sie, tat sie dann aber doch nicht.
Das ist mal wieder der perfekte Beweis dafür, dass man seine Kamera immer dann nicht dabei hat, wenn man über ein schönes Motiv stolpert… Naja, wenigstens hatte ich mein Handy dabei. Besser Handyfoto als gar keines 😉

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Posted under Fotos || This post was written by Tobias Kern on May 15, 2011 || Tags: , ,

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A menue in a bar in munich. It was just lit by the candle and the dimmed ambient light. I liked the mood of the scene

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Posted under flickr, Fotos || This post was written by Tobias Kern on November 12, 2010 || Tags: , ,

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Problems with WP-Super-Cache after updating to WP 3.0.1 – Only a blank page

Well there are no nice pictures in this post, and I admit it is a little bit geeky, but I thought it might help some of the people who ran into the same problems I did, after  upgrading to the latest WP version (3.0.1)

Suddenly my website stopped working at all. I got just a blank white page, with no code whatsoever in it. Even the administrative backend stopped working.

After a long time tinkering around with WP source files and after reestoring the database and the WP- configuration for about 100 times (OK, it was two times, but it felt like 100 times 😉 I figured out that it had something to do with the WP-Supercache-Plugin. after I deleted the line “define(‘WP_CACHE’, true); //Added by WP-Cache Manager” in the wp-config.php I finally could log into my admin backend again.

Unfortunately, whenever I opened the plugin configuratio page it automatically added this line to the config file, rendering my blog useless again.

So, now knowing what was wrong, I did some research. Reading the official installation manual (which quite changed since I installed the plugin a lon time ago) I found out, that there ought to be a second .htaccess-file in the folder “/wp-content/cache/” containing the following:

# BEGIN supercache
<IfModule mod_mime.c>
<FilesMatch "\.html\.gz$">
ForceType text/html
FileETag None
AddEncoding gzip .gz
AddType text/html .gz
<IfModule mod_deflate.c>
SetEnvIfNoCase Request_URI \.gz$ no-gzip
<IfModule mod_headers.c>
Header set Cache-Control 'max-age=300, must-revalidate'
<IfModule mod_expires.c>
ExpiresActive On
ExpiresByType text/html A300
# END supercache

I also figured out, that my WP-folder did not contain a “wp-cache-config.php” file. After copying the example file from the plugin folder (wp-content/plugins/wp-super-cache/wp-cache-config-example.php) and renaming it to “wp-cache-config.php” my blog started working again. Yipee!

I don’t know if I messed things up during the update-process, or if something else went wrong, but now my blog is working again, and I still can use wp-super-cache, which is a great plugin by the way!

As mentioned above, the official WP Super Cache installation instruction helped me a great deal to figure out my problem. You can find it here http://wordpress.org/extend/plugins/wp-super-cache/installation/

I hope this helps. If you have any suggestions please leave a comment!

Posted under Technik, Wordpress || This post was written by Tobias Kern on November 4, 2010 || Tags:

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