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Working with EventEspresso on Azure

Working with EventEspresso on Azure

Event Espresso is the best WordPress event online registration and ticketing manager plugin–and the best supported with full-time support. Based on my experiences. In this section, I’ll explain how to enhanced Event Espresso with your Azure VM Press , type WordPress Choose “wordpress + mysql” with Docker as Publisher Click “Create” Fill the required fields as you want For “Location”, I’m peffer to “Southeast Asia” Why I choose “Southeast Asia”? I have tried “West US” and at that time there’s…

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Adding PHP Extension on Docker at Azure VM

Adding PHP Extension on Docker at Azure VM

Last week I got problem with my Wodpress Plugin, it said This plugin requires the PHP version >= 5.4.0 , and a following list of PHP extensions to be enabled: cURL, XMLWriter, OpenSSL, HASH, DOM Then I go to my VM using putty, try to install those PHP Extension, before I run ‘apt-get install …..’, I tried to check the PHP version [email protected]:/home/users# php -v The program ‘php’ is currently not installed. You can install it by typing: apt-get install php5-cli I was…

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Set PHP config on Azure + Docker

Set PHP config on Azure + Docker

I have bought Monstroid themes, so far this themes works great.. But there is a problem when I try to install child themes as below I have tried to find php.ini on my Azure and I can’t find it. I think there’s no php.ini since I’m using Docker in my Azure. Then I tried to find the solution on internet then found the solution is quite easy, just put php.ini setting under .htaccess with prefix php_value then the error gone,…

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Accessing MySQL on Azure from remote

Accessing MySQL on Azure from remote

Below is the step by step how to accessing MySQL that hosts on Azure using Azure Portal (in my example, I’m installed WordPress + Mysql + docker, maybe some steps will be different) Login to Azure portal (https://portal.azure.com) Klik All Resources Klik on Network Security Group Scroll to right, find Inbound security rule Klik Add Enter your rule name, enter MySQL Port in Destination Port Range then save Wait until the Azure system save the setting and try access your…

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