Tag: WordPress

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Guide to Disaster: How The Tech Team Handled WordPress Security Flaw

By now, the news has spread rapidly in security circles and on mailing lists about an exploit to the WordPress software less than or equal to version 2.1.3. To give you some background, we had held off on upgrading to version 2.2 that came out last week due to bugs […]

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The Well Defined Lines of Blogging

This article was originally published on March 24, 2005 and is being republished as part of the Technosailor 3-year Blogiversary series. Enjoy! A timeless quote… Blogging is a developing medium, but at the same time it is well established. The players that were in existence in 2003 have now been […]

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10 Things You Should Know About WordPress 2.2

Ah, the time has come again. So soon at that. Imminently, a new WordPress release comes to our doorsteps (It’s being given a final once over by testers – Update: It’s here). Since WordPress has gone into a 120-day release cycle (plus a few weeks in this case), the feature […]

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The Technosailor Design Process

Last week, I launched the new and improved layout of this blog. I mentioned Lisa Sabin created the look. She deserves a lot of credit for taking very vague conceptual ideas and turning them into the layout and design that is being showed off here. Lisa describes the process of […]

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Technosailor Version 7 Hits the Street

I’m really, really happy right now because we’re begininning the three year anniversary celebration a little early here. Back in March, I started to discuss the possibility of a professional theme with the fantabulous Lisa Sabin. I gave her some of my ideas and in essence let her go to […]

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WordPress Custom Fields Contest Extended

I know there’s some last minute interest in the contest I announced on February 1st and to give everyone a fair shake, the contest is being extended 1 month to March 30th. Remember, the rules state that the project must be new in the Feb 1 to March 30 timeframe. […]

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Blog Migration Template Reference

In case anyone is involved with inter-platform migrations, I have worked up a quick-reference for template tags and their translations in Blogger, Movable Type and WordPress.

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My Script for Auto WordPress Upgrade

I like posting scripts. I am proud of most of them. I mentioned before that I run WordPress trunk and that every day, the auto upgrade script runs, upgrades this blog and sends me a detailed email regarding the upgrade. Not only does this help me keep track of changes […]

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Ninjafying WordPress

In case you’re looking to have WordPress related work done, or want to find WordPress related tips, I’m blogging (and consulting) back over at Emmense. I’ve found that there is a tremendous market for people who understand the nuances and intricacies of WordPress. Since I have been using it for […]

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WordPress Custom Fields Contest

Update: This contest has been extended to March 30, 2007. There is an often-overlooked aspect of WordPress that adds functionality that is more geared to a Content Management System than a blogging platform. And that’s why, perhaps, the world’s #1 blogging software finds that many users don’t really use Custom […]

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