Just moderated some comments and noticed that Akismet has caught over 100,000 spam since I first installed it (September 2006). Together with WordVerify, which narrowed down the comment spam from over 1,000 per day to only a few per day, I’m glad I can rely on those 2 plugins to make my (internet) life more […]
Lately, there’s been a lot of rumbling within the WordPress Themes Scene. I’m not talking about some of the free themes that contain tracking codes, but the rise of the Magazine/Gazette/Newspaper themes. During the past three months quite a few have popped up. Here’s a little overview.
After quite a few evenings of designing; One evening of slicing/building markup/creating stylesheets; And 2 evenings of porting the sliced up design to WordPress (first time I ever did that actually) by breaking The Loop, stripping content from Pages and tucking them in The Sidebar and spending lots of time on and around The Codex […]
In the comments on my previous post about the little sidenotes I’m serving here, which I like to call ‘Elsewhere’, my pal Manuel threw in a term I hadn’t seen before (actually I had, but I simply forgot about it): ‘Asides’. Soon my search on Google started and all my questions got answered as you […]
Rachel Runcliffe posted a topic on separating Pingbaks/Trackbacks from Comments in WordPress 2.0 … now, I’ve improved this thingy by implementing a third loop which first counts the number of Pingbacks/Trackbacks & Comments so that the HTML still remains valid. Anywho, here goes
Some content was added, some plugins were installed and some customizations were done, so this is now up and running …
After closing Bram.us a week or three, I got the feeling to restart it. Most like you know (or didn’t, but now you do) is that Bram.us was driven by a homemade CMS, dubbed “B-Noob”. Major adjustments were planned, but then WP2 came out, having nearly all I wanted in a CMS.