GPL does not, cannot, and will not protect the developer who writes the original code. But that’s not why we use it.
The New York Times erected a paywall, to prevent freebie theft of their articles. Within hours, a workaround had been found. This stuff doesn’t work.
You can add your own, user defined, sortable columns to core admin panels as of WordPress 3.1, but there are limitations.
WordPress 3.1 removed them. I don’t use ’em but people kvetched so I wrote this over a ‘smoke break.’
As of WordPress 3.1, the idea of a ‘Super Admin’ menu has been replaced by ‘Network Admin’, but also gone is the concept of ‘Dashboard Blog.’
Is the ‘new web’ way of using hashbang bringing us to the end of pretty URLs?
The truth about content farms and why your site probably has nothing to fear about Google’s attack on them.
Behind the myth about the duplicate content penalty and why you don’t need to worry about it as much as those ‘SEO experts’ say you do.
Stop ignoring the man behind the curtain and start learning the truth about why your website is being ‘attacked.’
Rule #1 – If it’s on the internet, it can (and will) be stolen.
Rule #2 – In case of disputes, see Rule #1