This plugin will automatically change the way your blog look on an iPhone and iPod Touch. Via andrea_r.
Monthly Archive: April 2008
This is bad for many reasons, which I’m sure you’ve already thought of. No control. Implied recommendation or endorsement. Inappropriate links. And a lot of confusion for our readers who believe we choose these...
Still in demo, this theme changes its own color based on the first image attached to a post. Matt said it will be available next week.
A temporary solution for WordPress’s 2.5.1 bug where you can’t reset your password. The fix is ready for 2.5.2, gotta wait for a few days for it I predict.
New feature for WordPress.com (and plugin for WordPress.org), new theme, and more. One correction, though: Themes, which have become a veritable commodity with their own store… Uh. The store’s not open yet.
If you have that error after upgrading to 2.5.1, Poekie at the WordPress.org Support Forum seems to have the answer.
Bug fixes and, most importantly, a security fix. Download WordPress 2.5.1 here.
Let’s just say, I’ve been a victim for an unnoticed, checked-by-default, Subscribe to Comments option. Oh, the endless deluge of new emails! It wasn’t pretty. So I applaud Mark Jaquith for no longer allowing...
The technique works for WordPress 2.5 and above, and it’s better on a SEO perspective. For those using older version of WP, there are some plugins that could do that for you. Here’s one.
Some WordPress-bashing ahead, but read it up. Still a valuable source for the future of WordPress development. Really.