Here is what some people think about it: - Mike Little’s entry - Robert’s entry - TheBisch’s Post And since Owen has asked why, I thought I might answer it. I’m currently running WordPress 2.0 on my demo blog. Infact, I’m actually running the latest bleeding edge
Monthly Archive:: December 2005
Angsuman has done a fantastic job of putting together this list. Very useful and highly recommended for all Plugin and Theme Developers. View the list …
Found this good link which has a detailed listing with mini-explanations of the various services that Google offers. Read: The Ultimate Guide to Google Services
I’m surprised it is still not out on the Dev Blog, but you can download WordPress 2.0. WordPress 2.0 comes with major changes from 1.5.2. Will probably write a brand new review of this version. For those upgrading from 1.5.1 this forum topic will be useful. Finally,
WordPress Dev Blog reports that Yahoo Small Business will now offer WordPress for its users. Yahoo has gone ahead with more than just the default installation of WP. It also includes Akismet with a Pro-Blogger Akismet License. Congrats to the folks behind WordPress.
If you want to design your website for wireless compatibility but want to avoid creating new content or using special XML transformations, then using XHTML and CSS is a great solution. I am actually considering creating stylesheets to ensure site compatibility on handhelds and for print. However,
Connections Reloaded 1.2.2 is now out. It comes with a few fixes and changes as follows: Fixed a bug that caused comments on password protected posts to remain hidden even after entering the password. File modified: comments.php Replaced Google Reader with Add to Google button under Subscriptions.
The 2005 BlogExplosion Christmas contest is now underway! At BlogExplosion For every blog you visit you earn points towards winning the daily cash prize. From Dec 10 to 24 you can win $50 a day. On Jan 1, 5 winners stand to win $100 (from Dec 25th
AP reports: Yahoo has introduced email folder which will fetch data from RSS feeds that you specify. This comes as a major move from the traditional method of receiving emails as well as the usual method of fetching RSS feeds and displaying it on a web page.