I guess I’m drinking the Automattic Kool-aid when I say I don’t really have a problem with Jetpack.
You want to add something to your protection armor? Two-Factor Authentication it is! But what is it, what does it do, and how do you use it?
There are certain things I just don’t do to make my site more secure, because I don’t think they matter. There are others that I do, because I think they do matter. I guess the time to post about this is now!
Why am I supporting PressGram on KickStarter? Because I want the app, and so do you, even if you haven’t realized it yet.
I need to be buffed, okay? I need buffs. Buff me!
A lot of words in order to make a smaller, faster, leaner, meaner site. My experiment with going sans Caching Plugins begins.
Rewinding an existing plugin to do things correctly involved a lot of me hitting my head on my desk out of frustration until everything was illuminated.
Multisite is the WP baby, and it can’t do everything you want because we haven’t written it all yet. That’s all there is to it.
Two years ago I wrote up how you move your main site into blogs.dir. Now that 3.5 is here, I decided to write how you move everything to uploads/sites. You don’t have to do this to keep using WordPress, I just thought it would be fun.
Add a ‘Cancel Post’ button to your post editor in WordPress.
Join or die! Adding users to multisite, when you want your site-admins not to have to work all the time, just got easier.
DreamHost has a fairly simple anti-spam policy, which can be summed up as this: You cannot send email from an address that isn’t your domain. If that was greek to you, don’t worry. What that means is that my WordPress blog here can only send emails as elftest.net. That poses a small problem if you’re […]