Fatal error: Call to undefined method stdClass::onDisplay() in /home/

Fatal error: Call to undefined method stdClass::onDisplay() in /home/zomipost/public_html/libraries/joomla/html/editor.php on line 268

This error in Joomla will solve by replace the code as follows:

Go to root directory, librariesjoomlahtmleditor.php

In line 261 replace

In original file replace this

// Try to authenticate
$result[] = $plugin->onDisplay($editor);

with, this one

// Try to authenticate
if (method_exists($plugin, ‘onDisplay’)) {
$result[] = $plugin->onDisplay($editor);

This should solve the problem. If still persists, disable the editor from the plugin in domain.com/administrator/

Economic Sanction leh Kawlgam Mipite nuntakna

Economic Sanction leh Kawlgam Mipite nuntakna
Kawlgam business makaite’ (siang gen leng Galkap kumpi, U lian lamte leh a pawl te) amau sum leh paai hamsat theih na ding, sum leh paai tampi a sup lawh na ding, amau power a kiam zawk deuh na ding etc. deihna tawh economic sanction cih pen politics strategy in leitungbup ah a ki zang thu ahi hi. Economic sanction (Gamdang, gam khangto gamte tawh sum leh paai suakta tak in bawl theihna khaktanna, lampi hukbitna) pen NLD leh a pawlte’ vaihawmna bang tak hi leh a ngei mah a bat ding deih uh hi.
Kawlgam economic sanction tawh kisai ngaihsut huai mahmah ding thu pawl khat mipi’ tel theih ding in tom gen mahmah leng:-
Tua sung ah i ngaihsut ding thu pawl khat pen penglam vai tawh a kibat hun om thei zeuhzeuh hi:-
A hang a nuai ah en suk ni…
1. Namsia (bed bug) tam sa lua mahmah ahih man in namsiate tung hehsuak lua in, namsiate gotna, a sihsuk na ding ci-in, a lupna leh a inn a vek in hal tum tawh kibang.
2. Solomon in Nupi ta kituhte a thukhenna sung ah, tano nei nupi tatak zaw in bel, ken ka ngah sang in, amah pia zaw in ci in, tua a ta ngek a sih ding, a gimthuak ding khual hi. Nupi khat zaw in bel ama ta tatak hilo ahih man in, naungek i thuak ding khuallo in, tum tan in, phel hawm ding, naungek pen a lang tuak in hawm ding cih hi mawk hi. Economic sanction icih pen khat veivei ciang in, tua nupi nihna zaw dan mah bang in, aggressive thei a, amau political interest bek en in, phulphuh in, mipite’ thuak ding, mipite’ hamsat ding khua man nawnlo thei hi.

Ama ta tatak ahilo leh khualna a nei taklo nupinu in naungek phel hawm ding ngen zaw hi cih manghilh kei ni.

3. Paunak sung khat ah, Saipi a gawng pen zong laipi thau cia pha lai veve kici hi. Kawlgam sung ah gamdang pan in a diakdiak (Europe leh America) business men economic sanction a om man in Kumpi lam U Liante in haksatna tampi tuak hi. Mihau khin leh, neih leh lam a dim val liang in a nei U Liante’ business suplawhna pen, ei bang in mi mawmawk, nisim buhtang leh anngiam na tawm nisim nek ding a kham zolo mipite’ neih pen hun tawh teh leng ki khai lai mahmah hi. Kumpi U Liante gotna (dan piakna) ding in economic sanction bawlna in, nek leh dawn ding a kham zong a nei zolo mizawngte hau sak tuamlo a, mipi’ va, gam leh lei sung pan vanmangpha teng ong laksak U Liante’ hauhna leh business a nawngkai sak tuam hang in, ei a tawh kikim dek nai tuanlo hi. A thuak tatak pen nisim nek leh dawn ding a lungkham ciang, mipi teng mah ahi hi.

4. I lang ong pangte in ong zo lua, en lel kisa lua ihih man in, amau ei ong zo sa in in nuantak suak sang in, i vek in si khawm ni, si khawm ngeingai leng hoih zaw cih lungsim pen Extremists (a diakdiak Muslim extremists leh suicide) te tawh kinai mahmah hi. Kawlgam economic sanction (business bawl na ding lampi khaktanna) ong bawlna in kumpi lam u liante a ding lampi ki khak tan mahmah takpi hi. Tua sang in a ki khaktan zaw lai in ahih leh mipite ahi uh hi. Mipi a ding in a ngei sang zong haksa zaw lai in, mihaute a kiam pen hun tak ciang zong, mizawngte i cih theih pen sang nuam sa zaw lai veve uh hi.

Mipi nautangte khualna sang, party lungsim khat peuh ong khauh zawk luat ciang economic sanction hang in a hamsatna tuakpen ding ahi mipi te khualna lungsim omlo pahpah thei hi. Tua pen Kawlgam bek hilo in, leitung bup ah a piang ngei thute ahi hi. Koi hoih zaw, koi zat huai lo zaw cih lam sang in, a thu leh la kantel ding a kisap ban ah, immediate effect pen kuate tung ah tu zaw hiam cih zong i ki theih mawh bawl ding hoih tuanlo hi.

Zusa talpite man nuam lua kisa a kuapi lam pan meitawh i hal, i thawh a, a phi pan a man lian ding in i pang khinkhiat hang, khat veivei a phi lam ah na taisuak lo uh in, sih leh sih ci-in a meikuang leh, buhtukungte kantan in eima lam hong leh tai in ong pet zawk sop hun zong om thei hi.

Economic sanction pen gam khangtote leh mi bang deuh gamte ah sep theih na lianpen khat, kumpi u liante dan piak theihna lianpen khat ahi hi. Ahih hang mi a bang phalo Kawlgam leuleu ah, tuadan mibang gamte ah a kizang sanction pen ki zang kim theilo hi. Gilsung gut (hut) sih na ding zatui tawh gut bek mah si zo a,gut (worm) ahilo ganhingte si khollo lel hi.

Mi lungsim nei gam uk kumpi leh u liante’ hamsat na ding in akibawl ahi sanction pen, mi lungsim a nei phalo gamuk u liante’ a ding in bang mah lauhuai hetlo, nawnkai tuanlo lel a, nuam bang sa zaw sop thei hi.

Gim thuak sak nuam lua kisa, tui sumkuang, tuilipi sung ah i i khiat leh, aman nuam na sa zaw san lai cih bang zong om thei hi…

Kumpi lam hi ta leh, kumpi langpanglam (opposition party) te hi ta leh mipi lam et huai ta hi. Et hun ta hi. Mipi/ gam i economic in koilam masuan hiam cih lungngaih huai mahmah ta hi.

WordPress MU Domain Mapping

This plugin allows users of a WordPress MU site or WordPress 3.0 network to map their blog/site to another domain.

It requires manual installation as one file must be copied to wp-content/ and another file to wp-content/mu-plugins/. When upgrading the plugin, remember to update domain_mapping.php and sunrise.php. Full instructions are on the Installation page and are quite easy to follow. You should also read this page too.

Super administrators must configure the plugin in Super Admin->Domain Mapping. You must enter the IP or IP addresses (comma deliminated) of your server on this page. The addresses are purely for documentation purposes so the user knows what they are (so users can set up their DNS correctly). They do nothing special in the plugin, they’re only printed for the user to see.

You may also define a CNAME on this page. It will most likely be the domain name of your network. See below for some restrictions and warnings.

Your users should go to Tools->Domain Mapping where they can add or delete domains. One domain must be set as the primary domain for the blog. When mapping a domain, (like ‘example.com’) your users must create an A record in their DNS pointing at that IP address. They should use multiple A records if your server uses more than one IP address. If your user is mapping a hostname of a domain (sometimes called a “subdomain”) like http://www.example.com or blog.example.com it’s sufficient to create a CNAME record pointing at their blog url (NOT IP address).

The login page will almost always redirect back to the blog’s original domain for login to ensure the user is logged in on the original network as well as the domain mapped one. For security reasons remote login is disabled if you allow users to use their Dashboard on the mapped domain.

Super admins can now choose to either allow users to setup DNS ANAME records by supplying an IP (or list of IP addresses) or set a CNAME but not both (entering a CNAME for the end user voids the use of IP’s)

There is a lot of debate on the handling of DNS using CNAME and ANAME so both methods are available depending on your preference and setup.

Things to remember:

  • CNAME records that point to other CNAME records should be avoided (RFC 1034 section 5.2.2) so only tell your end users to use your chosen domain name as their CNAME DNS entry if your domain name is an ANAME to an IP address (or addresses)
  • Only use the CNAME method if your main domain is an ANAME of an IP address. This is very important. How do you know? Check your dns or ask your hosting company.
  • Giving your users the option to just use your chosen domain name and not an IP (or list of IP’s) to set as their CNAME will make administration of your WordPressMU blog platform or WordPress 3.0 network easier, an example of this would be purchasing/deploying a new server or indeed adding more servers to use in a round robin scenario. Your end users have no need to worry about IP address changes.
  • Finally, telling your end users to use an ANAME IP or CNAME domain name is up to you and how your systems are deployed.
  • Further Reading: http://www.faqs.org/rfcs/rfc2219.html

Create WordPress Multi user site

Creating WordPress Network Site

Admin Requirements

If you want to run a network of blogs you should at least have a basic understanding of UNIX/Linux administration. A basic knowledge of WordPress development, PHP, HTML and CSS is recommended as well.

Setting up and running a multi-site installation is more complex than a single-site install. Reading this page should help you to decide if you really need a multi-site install, and what might be involved with creating one. If the instructions on this page make no sense to you, be sure to test things on a development site first, rather than your live site.

Server Requirements

Since this feature requires extra server setup and more technical ability, please check with your webhost and ask if they support the use of this feature. It is not recommended to try this on shared hosting.

You are given the choice between sub-domains or sub-directories in Step 4: Installing a Network. This means each additional site in your network will be created as a new virtual subdomain or subdirectory.

  • Sub-domains — like site1.example.com and site2.example.com
  • Sub-directories — like example.com/site1 and example.com/site2

It is also possible later, through use of a plugin such as WordPress MU Domain Mapping, to map individual sites to independent domain names.

Sub-directory sites
It works with the use of the mod_rewrite feature on the server having the ability to read the .htaccess file, which will create the link structure.
If you are using pretty permalinks in your blog already, then subdirectory sites will work as well.
Sub-domain sites
It works using wildcard subdomains. You must have this enabled in Apache, and you must also add a wildcard subdomain to your DNS records. (See Step 2 how to set up.)
Some hosts have already set up the wildcard on the server side, which means all you need to add is the DNS record.
Some shared webhosts may not support this, so you may need to check your webhost before enabling this feature.

WordPress Settings Requirements

  • Giving WordPress its own directory will not work in WordPress 3.0 with multisite enabled. It interferes with the member blog lookup.
  • You cannot create a network in the following cases:
    • “WordPress address (URL)” is different from “Site address (URL)”.
    • “WordPress address (URL)” uses a port number other than ‘:80’, ‘:443’.
  • You cannot choose Sub-domain Install in the following cases:
    • WordPress install is in a directory (not in document root).
    • “WordPress address (URL)” is localhost.
    • “WordPress address (URL)” is IP address such as
  • You cannot choose Sub-directory Install in the following cases:
    • If your existing WordPress installation has been set up for more than a month, due to issues with existing permalinks. (This problem will be fixed in a future version. See Switching between subdomains and subfolders for more inforamtion.)

(See wp-admin/network.php for more detail)

Step 1: Backup Your WordPress

Your WordPress will be updated when creating a Network. Please backup your database and files.

Step 2: Setting Wildcard Subdomains

(If this is a Sub-directories Install, skip this step.)

Sub-domain sites work with the use of wildcard subdomains. This is a two-step process:

  1. Apache must be configured to accept wildcards.
    1. Open up the httpd.conf file or the include file containing the VHOST entry for your web account.
    2. Add this line:
      ServerAlias *.example.com
  2. In the DNS records on your server, add a wildcard subdomain that points to the main installation. It should look like:
    A *.example.com

If you can’t access httpd.conf and your server uses CPanel. Make a sub-domain named “*” (wildcard) at your CPanel (*.example.com). Don’t give names to subdomains at CPanel. If you can’t do that, contact your host.

If your server uses Plesk Panel. There are several steps that differ when setting up the server for wildcard subdomains on a server using Plesk Panel compared to a server using cPanel (or no control panel). This article Configuring Wildcard Subdomains for multi site under Plesk Control Panel‎ details all the steps involved. Although the instructions are comprehensive, the actual work only takes a couple of minutes.

If your server uses DirectAdmin panel. (2011.01) A. Click “User Panel” -> DNS Management -> add the following three entries using the three columns: * A (Replace “” with your website IP.) B. Click “Admin Panel” (If you have no “admin panel” ask your host to do this.) -> Custom Httpd -> yourdomain.com -> In the text input area, just paste and “save” precisely the following: ServerAlias *.|DOMAIN| (If you ever need to un-do a custom Httpd: return here, delete text from input area, save.)

External links:

Step 3: Allow Multisite

To enable the Network menu item, you must first define multisite in the wp-config.php file.

Open up wp-config.php and add this line above where it says /* That's all, stop editing! Happy blogging. */:

define('WP_ALLOW_MULTISITE', true); 

Step 4: Installing a Network

This will enable the Network menu item to appear in the Tools menu. Visit Administration > Tools > Network to see the screen where you will configure certain aspects of our network.

Tools Network SubPanel

Addresses of Sites in your Network
You are given the choice between sub-domains or sub-directories (if none of the above applies). This means each additional site in your network will be created as a new virtual subdomain or subdirectory. you have to pick one or the other, and you cannot change this unless you reconfigure your install. See also Before You Begin.

  • Sub-domains — like site1.example.com and site2.example.com
  • Sub-directories — like example.com/site1 and example.com/site2
Network Details
There are filled in automatically.

Server Address
The Internet address of your network will be example.com.
Network Title
What would you like to call your network?
Admin E-mail Address
Your email address.

Double-check they are correct and click the Install button.

You may receive a warning about wildcard subdomains. Check Setting Wildcard Subdomains.

Warning! Wildcard DNS may not be configured correctly!

The installer attempted to contact a random hostname (13cc09.example.com) on your domain.

To use a subdomain configuration, you must have a wildcard entry in your DNS. This usually means adding a * hostname record pointing at your web server in your DNS configuration tool.

You can still use your site but any subdomain you create may not be accessible. If you know your DNS is correct, ignore this message.

Step 5: Enabling the Network

The rest of the steps are ones you must complete in order to finish.

Tools Network Created

0. First, back up your existing wp-config.php and .htaccess files.
1. Create a blogs.dir directory under /wp-content/
This directory is used to stored uploaded media for your additional sites and must be writable by the web server. They should be CHOWNed and CHMODed the same as your wp-content directory.
2. Add the extra lines your WordPress installation generates into your wp-config.php file.
These lines are dynamically generated for you based on your configuration.
Edit the wp-config.php file while you are logged in to your sites admin panel.
Paste the generated lines immediately above /* That's all, stop editing! Happy blogging. */.
Remove the earlier placed define('WP_ALLOW_MULTISITE', true); line only if you wish to remove the Network menu in the admin area. You may choose to leave this to be able to access the .htaccess rules again..
3. Add the generated mod_rewrite rules to your .htaccess file, replacing other WordPress rules.
(If there isn’t one, then create it.)
These lines are dynamically generated for you based on your configuration.
4. Log in again.
Once the above steps are completed and the new wp-config.php & .htaccess files are saved, your network is enabled and configured. You will have to log in again. click “Log In” to refresh your Adminstration Panel. If you have problems logging back in, please clear your browser’s cache and cookies.

Step 6: Super Admin Settings

You will now see a new menu section called Super Admin. The menus contained in there are for adding and managing additional sites in your network. Your base WordPress install is now the main site in your network.

Go Super Admin > Options panel to configure network options, and then create sites and users.

Things You Need To Know

Here are some additional things you might need to know about advanced administration of the blog network.

User Access

By design, all users who are added to your network will have subscriber access to all sites on your network.

Also, site admins cannot install new themes or plugins. Only the Network Admin (aka Super Admin) has that ability.


While permalinks will continue to work, the main blog (i.e. the first one created) will have an extra entry of blog, making your URLs appear like domain.com/blog/YYYY/MM/POSTNAME.

This is by design, in order to prevent collisions with SubFolder installs. Currently there is no easy way to change it, as doing so prevents WordPress from auto-detecting collisions between your main site and any subsites. This will be addressed, and customizable, in a future version of WordPress.

Also note that the blog prefix is not used for static pages which will be accessible directly under the base address, e.g. domain.com/PAGENAME. If you try to create a static page in the first blog with the name of another existing blog, the page’s permalink will get a suffix (e.g. domain.com/PAGENAME-2). If you create a new blog with the slug of an existing static page, the static page will not be reachable anymore. To prevent this, you can add the names of your static pages to the blacklist so that no blog with this name can be created.

WordPress Plugins

WordPress Plugins now have additional flexibility, depending upon their implementation across the network.
  • Site Specific Plugins: WordPress Plugins to be activated or deactivated by an individual blog owner are stored in the pluginsdirectory. You need to enable the Plugins page for individual site administrators from Network > Options.
  • Network Plugins: WordPress Plugins stored in the plugins directory can be activated across the network by the super admin.
  • Must-Use Plugins: Plugins to be used by all sites on the entire network may also be installed in the mu-plugins directory as single files, or a file to include a subfolder. Any files within a folder will not be read. These files are not activated or deactivated; if they exist, they are used.

Categories and Tags

Global terms are disabled in WordPress 3.0 by default. You can use the Sitewide Tags WordPress Plugin or other similar Plugins to incorporate global tags on the portal/front page of the site or on specific pages or blogs within the network to increase navigation based upon micro-categorized content.

Switching between subdomains and subfolders

If you have had WordPress installed for longer than a month and are attempting to activate the network, you will be told to use Sub-domain sites. This is in order to ensure you don’t have conflicts between pages (i.e. example.com/pagename ) and sites (i.e. example.com/sitename ). If you are confident you will not have this issue, then you can change this after you finish the initial setup.

In your wp-config.php file, you’ll want to change the define call for SUBDOMAIN_INSTALL:

Use SubDomains
define( 'SUBDOMAIN_INSTALL', true );
Use SubFolders
define( 'SUBDOMAIN_INSTALL', false );

You’ll also have to change your .htaccess to the new setup. Be aware, you may have issues if you attempt this after being on one setup or the other for any length of time, so proceed with caution.

.htaccess and Mod Rewrite

Unlike Single Site WordPress, which can work with “ugly” Permalinks and thus does not need Mod Rewrite, MultiSite requires its use to format URLs for your subsites. This necessitates the use of an .htaccess file, the format of which will be slightly different if you’re using SubFolders or SubDomains. The examples below are the standard .htaccess entries for WordPress SubFolders and SubDomains, when WordPress is installed in the root folder of your website. If you have WordPress in it’s own folder, you will need to change the value for RewriteBase appropriately.

As a reminder, these are EXAMPLES and work in most, but not all, installs.

SubFolder Example

# BEGIN WordPress RewriteEngine On RewriteBase / RewriteRule ^index.php$ - [L]  # uploaded files RewriteRule ^([_0-9a-zA-Z-]+/)?files/(.+) wp-includes/ms-files.php?file=$2 [L]  # add a trailing slash to /wp-admin RewriteRule ^([_0-9a-zA-Z-]+/)?wp-admin$ $1wp-admin/ [R=301,L]  RewriteCond %{REQUEST_FILENAME} -f [OR] RewriteCond %{REQUEST_FILENAME} -d RewriteRule ^ - [L] RewriteRule  ^[_0-9a-zA-Z-]+/(wp-(content|admin|includes).*) $1 [L] RewriteRule  ^[_0-9a-zA-Z-]+/(.*.php)$ $1 [L] RewriteRule . index.php [L] # END WordPress 

SubDomain Example

# BEGIN WordPress RewriteEngine On RewriteBase / RewriteRule ^index.php$ - [L]  # uploaded files RewriteRule ^files/(.+) wp-includes/ms-files.php?file=$1 [L]  RewriteCond %{REQUEST_FILENAME} -f [OR] RewriteCond %{REQUEST_FILENAME} -d RewriteRule ^ - [L] RewriteRule . index.php [L] # END WordPress 

Dictatorship vs. Direct Supervision

Dictatorship vs. Direct Supervision
(Tg. Sianpu)

Zomi sung ah a tamzaw in i theih khialh thu khat in “Dictatorship” cih leh “Democracy” kammalte ahi hi.

Kawlgam pen Democracy gam a hih himasak loh ban ah, Democracy tawh lampi hoih tak in ki ukkhakna nuai ah Zomi a tam zaw ki om khalo leh, i om zong in, ki telcian khinlo ahih man in eima theih sunsun ahi “Dictatorship” cih kammal te khong leh “Discrimination” cih ciang bek mah mikim in i lotngah hi.

Ithuakna lian leh, i tuah tam ahih man in na khempeuh i etna mit limlang pen eima thuak ngeina dan mah tawh ki tehkak in kimu ahi hi. (We see things as who we are, not really as what they are…) acih dan a hi hi. Mit limlang a bulhte in a muh thute ah a mitlimlang I tungtawn in a en, a mu uh ahi hi. Tua bang mah bang in leitung ah kua minam, kua gam hi ta leh amau background, amau ngeina, amau zia leh tong, amau tuahkhakthute (personal world view) ciat tawh thu a kimu ahi hi.

I thuakan tam in, I tuah tam ahih man in na khempeuh ah, a diakdiak ki makaihna leh ki makaihzia-te ah eima lotngah pen leh theih pen, tuah mun pen ahi “Discrimination, Dictatorship” cih te I lungsim ah hong phawng masa pen pah hi.

Khangluite in “Kaunei ki sungsia…” acih dank hat mah bang in kau nei khat pen mittang hah, a kampau tawh kithei veve hi. Ama hihna, ama background in a tawm, a tam (influence) nei veve hi.

Dictatorship cih leh democracy cih kammal pen ama hihna lian in a ki zat khak ngeilohna ah khangkhia, tua mun ah pilna siamna sin ihih man in a tawkheng tampi mah om lai hi. Gamdang I tun khit ciang zong tua I ngeina sa khat, I khanpih ngeinate, kiuknate, I zak zak kammalte pen I theihloh kikal in ki zongsang thei hi.

Ngeina leh tuah khak thu a ki bangle, gamdang, mundang I tun ciang leh kipawlna dang, minam dangte tawh I kithuah ciang in thu leh la khat peuhpeuh ah ki suang baih na lungsim a ki vomsa ahi hi. A diakdiak “discrimination, democracy, dictatorship…” tawh kisai kha thu leh late ah ki sensitive mahmah a, muhna pai khial baih, sawi tai baih mahmah hi.

A tatak in eima tuakkhakna a tam luat man leh, a tawkheng, a dapphah sah khinlua ahih man in company, NGO, kipawlna khat peuh ah na I sep tak ciang in issue tampite ah ong ki simmawh, ong ki nengniam, galkap ukna tawh ong ki uk cih bang in ki phun ciak thei hi. A tatak in nasepna khat peuhpeuh ah pen tua zong na hi khin khollo thei hi. Eima tuahkhakthute tawh I tehkak man zong hi thei hi. Sep leh bawlna khat peuh ah tungsiahte (boss te) in direct supervision, direction ong piakna khat peuh pen ong simmah hi, ong ukcip nuam hi cih muhkhialhna kinei baih mahmah hi. A diakdiak in nasepna pawl khat (fast moving space) te ah tu a dan ngaihsutna a nei kha tampi ki om thei hi. Eima thuakna sate tungtawn tawh etkak in ahi ding zah, ahi zah sang in a uang zaw leh, muhkhialhna ong lut baih mahmahna pen eima thanemna zong na hi thei hi. I nehno na pen kamapu siamlahna, nasep dan siam nailohna, mite’ nuntakzia leh gamdang, namdangte ki vaipuakzia telnailoh man zong nahi thei hi.

Nasepna khat peuh ah experience tam a nei nailo ahih kei leh nidang a sep ngei nailoh nasepna thak I neih ciang in I tungsiahte (boss te) in ong simmawh, ong nengniam hi cih muhna uang tuang tak in ong lut baih mahmah a, ahih hang tua pen I tungsiahte in direct supervision ong nei, I sep dan leh sep zia ong gen khong na hi zaw thei hi.