Archives for June 2005
MIT Weblog Survey This is a general social survey of the greater weblog community being conducted at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. Our goal is to help understand the way that weblogs are affecting the way we communicate with each other. Specifically we are interested in issues of demographics, communication behaviors, experience with weblogs and […]
Here’s a short tutorial on using dynamic images to replace the date entries in your WordPress 1.5 blog.
Today WordPress released WordPress 184.108.40.206 due to an important security issue. All users are advised to upgrade.
Since we’re on the subject of GreaseMonkey and I just started using this very cool Firefox extension, here is a GreaseMonkey Script that replaces the “Clip/Blog This” links in Bloglines with a WordPress bookmarklet popup, sending the item title and link to a new WordPress Post.
Update: Here are a few more WordPress GreaseMonkey scripts that the author is offering. wordpressuncheck.user.js is a GreaseMonkey user script that waits until the admin “Write Post” page loads, then goes through and unchecks whatever WordPress chose as the default category. It only deselects when a new post is created, otherwise it would overwrite the […]
Angsuman’s Feed Copyrighter automatically adds a copyright message to your RSS or Atom feeds. The copyright message is displayed only when full text of the articles are syndicated.
Hello everyone, I just thought I’d give myself a little introduction. I’m sure many of you are wondering what direction I’m going to take this site and if I’m going to change it completely. First of all let me say that I am going to continue reporting on the latest wordpress news so you don’t […]
Ever wonder if you’re using the latest version of WordPress? Version Check checks an XML-RPC webservice for update news displaying a message at the top of every page in the WordPress admin user-interface. The plugin will check for an update to the message every 15 mins with an additional check being kicked off if the […]
Giraffe is a WordPress 1.5 theme that is a fluid-width theme that attempts to split the front page of a blog into three sections: Lead posts. The latest posts, with full-width and a large font Recent posts. Slightly older, with shorter width, smaller font Older posts. Everything else, displaying just the titles