Posts Tagged “Wordpress hacks”

GeekBBQ tomfoolery in London

by oneafrikan on May 23, 2006

Well, after what was a great night on Friday, it seems that there is demand for more GeekBBQ’s here in little ‘ol Sunny London, and since there have been requests for a “where do I sign up page”, I’m posting (…)

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Cutting out comment spam

by oneafrikan on April 27, 2006

OK, so I’m not a fan of the Akismet approach for one or two reasons, and it seems that although making users log in to comment works as an anti-spam device, it doesn’t encourage random people to comment, and lets (…)

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Damn comment spammers

by oneafrikan on April 26, 2006

Soon as I turn off “you have to be logged in to comment” so that anyone can comment, I start getting hit by the spammers! Anyone got any great anti-spam measures (plugins, custom code?) for WP2.0, or do you all (…)

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FeedBurner htaccess voodoo with WordPress 2

by oneafrikan on April 19, 2006

If you use FeedBurner to burn your feeds, then you probably want FeedBurner to retrieve the feeds from your site as normal, but you want _ALL_ your visitors to read your feed using FeedBurner. The WordPress .htaccess solution between versions (…)

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What’s the deal with Akismet API keys?

by oneafrikan on February 4, 2006

OK, so I set up a new blog for a mate on my server, using a shiny new WP install of course, then I go to the plugins page to activate the much vaunted Akismet plugin, but find out that (…)

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WordPress 2.0 Release Candidate

by oneafrikan on December 20, 2005

_ WordPress Development Blog › WordPress 2.0 Release Candidate The next release of WordPress is drawing near. Please help us shake out any last remaining bugs by downloading and testing the 2.0 Release Candidate. If all goes well, the Release (…)

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FCKeditor Plugin:ChenPress

by oneafrikan on December 7, 2005

_ FCKeditor Plugin:ChenPress « WordPress Support It’s a WordPress WYSIWYG plugin which replace the default editor with FCKeditor 2.0 FC. I’m of the opinion that WordPress is perhaps one of the best blogging tools out there, for several reasons. I (…)

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