Recent news of the PHPXMLRPC worm with claims that WordPress may be vulnerable. However, the authors state that WordPress 1.5.
Well, I’m frustrated! 🙁 And you can’t blame me. While WordPress.
Well, I don’t use this but I am sure many would welcome an integration of Flickr with WordPress. This is already functional at WordPress.com.
Are you currently using SK2 and like me have qualms switching over to the new Akismet? Enter Spam Karm 2 Akismet Plugin by Sebbi You will need to have a WordPress.com API Key for this to work, however you can easily get one by using Flock.
Update I missed this, but Donncha has already taken care of this request 🙂 For those new to WordPress, in versions 1.5.x and below a nice feature for creating teasers was available while posting.
While you still can’t edit your templates here at WordPress.com the WP.com FAQ suggests a good method to add images to the sidebar using the Link Manager.
This FAQ states that in the near future you may use your very own domain with your WordPress.com blog. This will come as a nominal yearly cost.
Have seen a lot of Flock the past few days and decided to investigate. For those who don’t know yet, Flock is a new browser based on Firefox. Wasn’t really into downloading it until I saw Matt’s post which got me interested.
WordPress.com now gives you the option of importing your posts from your blog at Blogger.com Blogger is a blogging service offered by Google.
Came across a nice article on geeksmakemehot on making your own guestbook in WordPress 1.5. This would be better than having an external guestbook because: 1.
Got another golden ticket for WordPress.com at another email address of mine. Now, that ticket is pretty useless for me as I already have a blog out here.
The last two days have seen long page loads along with temporary downtime at WordPress.com Well things seem to be back on track now. Though I do have a feeling that an older backup was used, because I seem to have lost a comment on my post below.