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10 Easy ways to fix common WordPress headaches

theWPresser has a great article highlighting 10 really useful plugins for your WordPress blog that addresses some of the common quirks (read: headaches) with WordPress.

If you’re currently developing a blog or you’re on the lookout for useful functions to add to your shiny blog I recommend reading it.

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We’re running WordPress 2.8

WordPress 2.8 came out today so I had to install it of course. Upgrade was pain free and pretty quick. I’m running Thematic as my framework so I went ahead and upgraded that to version 0.9.5 as well. Ian‘s code is solid and with the exception of the search bar CSS on the main page here we’re looking good!

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WordPress 2.6.3 out

If you have a WordPress blog you probably already know this but in case your weekend was a little fuzzy (Hope you’re using Google’s Mail Goggles!) here’s what WordPress had to say about this update:

A vulnerability in the Snoopy library was announced today. WordPress uses Snoopy to fetch the feeds shown in the Dashboard. Although this seems to be a low risk vulnerability for WordPress users, we wanted to get an update out immediately. 2.6.3 is available for download right now.

If you don’t want to download the entire package for the update you can download the following two files and copy them over to your 2.6.2 installation:

  1. wp-includes/class-snoopy.php
  2. wp-includes/version.php

As always WordPress is on top of things keeping us blog lemmings safe! Thanks for your hard work guys!

WordPress 2.6.3

PS. I wrote this post on a shiny new DasKeyboard Ultimate. My review of both the Ultimate and the Professional is coming soon so stay tuned!

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First post from iPhone

Well needless to say this took a while and required a few backspaces to work around my fat fingers doing the nimble iPhone keyboard dance.

I consider this a test of the iPhone WordPress app more than anything else.

Guess it works!

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