I always wondered how Mark had those small yellow posts over at Weblog Tools Collection. It was only after a while that I realized that they are what are called Asides. Asides as the name goes is something aside your normal content.
The word is already out that WordPress 2.1.1 is severely vulnerable and you have to upgrade to WordPress 2.
WordPress.com has now announced that they have added support for Digg. Their FAQ neatly explains the process with pictures on how to go about getting this done.
I decided to take the plunge today and upgrade to WordPress 2.1 codenamed Ella. Unfortunately, I didn’t have the easy going upgrade that Mark had.
WordPress 2.1 has just been released by the WordPress development team. I personally and I’m sure many others two were not very happy with WordPress 2.
The WordPress team has just released WordPress 2.0.7.
If you have upgraded your site to WordPress 2.0.6 and are using Feedburner to serve your feeds, then this post is for you.
We had reported that WordPress 2.0.5 and below version were affected by a critical security issue which could let a hacker into your site.
I have just updated my Open Picture Window Plugin for WordPress. The only update is the much requested Quick Tags button. The plugin still doesn’t have a button for the WYSIWYG editor.