It’s my birthday today! With that, I edge just one year away from three-tenths of a century. And, as a gift to met, I’ve spent a good portion of the night working on a new theme for this blog, one which was long pending. After a lot of searching I came across Paperpunch Theme by
When someone decides to message you all of a sudden and grumble that you are not blogging, then it is an indication that it has been a while. Well, I know it has, considering the last post was a month back. However, my life is so full of work, that I honestly, don’t have much
Live on the Bleeding Edge of WordPress with SVN explains how to keep your WordPress Blog running the latest sub-version build of WordPress. It is highly recommended that you do not use the sub-version builds in a production environment. They are meant for testers.
The optional 2.6.1 release meant that blog administrators had to once again work on upgrading their blog software. I’ve compiled a list of changed files according to trac that you can use to upgrade your 2.6 blog to 2.6.1. Read more and download
Mark offered me the opportunity to look after the WordPress Plugin Competition 2.5 and I’ve taken it. I’ll be making weekly posts of the same on Weblog Tools Collections as well as on the WordPress Plugin Competition Blog. First post in the series are a few tips for plugin authors seeking an entry into the