Proxy in WordPress

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<p> If you use WordPress on a <strong> Intranet </strong> you will have noticed that there is no way to load feed content on your site created with WordPress, regardless of the type of This is usually due to <a href= because of the proxy of the company .

Also, WordPress is not very flexible for these things, thank goodness that WordPress 2.8 is already will be able to manage directly from the file wp-config.php .

In either case we will see how we can save this limitation, both in WordPress 2.8 and in previous versions.

Up to WordPress 2.7

So far it only works by making an adjustment in the core WordPress files, specifically in the file '[1] 9459013] wp-includes / class-snoopy.php '. What you need to do is change the settings of $ proxy_host $ proxy_port and $ _ isproxy . The value of var $ _isproxy = false; of course, it will have to be changed to TRUE .

From WordPress 2.8

With the new version the thing is much easier, and it's because of that we do not have to modify files core we also have the possibility to define the values ​​in the file wp-config.php .

As you can see, not everything in WordPress 2.8 are aesthetic improvements.

NOTICE : this publication is two or more years ago. If it's a code or a plugin it might not work in the latest versions of WordPress, and if it's a news story it might be obsolete. Then do not say we have not warned you.

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