Last week, I changed the name of one of my WordPress plugins. The plugin adds a new column to the Pages and Posts panels of the WordPress administration pages. The new column displays the Google PageRanktm for the page or post in question. Additionally, the plugin adds a global Google PageRank indicator to the top […]
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Until yesterday, I used Postalicious to handle my link posts for this blog and Slaptijack. For two years, Postalicious faithfully took my delicious.com bookmarks and split them between the sites based on the tags I used in the bookmarks. After updating to WordPress 2.7, a strange problem popped up. Instead of updating the draft that […]
Ok, the upgrade didn’t really cause me any health issues, but it did leave me with a pounding headache. And technically that was my fault, not the software’s. The main issue was the upgrade of Slaptijack. Apparently going from version 2.2.3 to 2.6 can be a bit dicey. The main issue I ran into was […]
If you’ve spent any time surfing the web, you’ve undoubtedly run across the Misty Look WordPress theme. The most famous blog I can think of that used this them was John Chow dot Com pictured at left. (He has since begun using a custom theme designed by Nate Whitehill.) John Chow, of course, is famous […]
WordPress has been upgraded to version 2.2.2. This is mainly a security release. I’ve included a list of bug fixes below. wpx can include invalid named entities in comment author name Unfiltered post titles in Recent Comments widget “WordPress requires at least 4.1” expression in wp-settings.php Template: default broken Restore comment editing fix that disabled […]