Until recently, I’d hosted my own WordPress blog. I’d been thinking of moving to one hosted on WordPress.com for a while, but I hadn’t been bothered enough to move – though it would be cheaper.
Then I got hacked. Naturally, I investigated. Continue reading “Observations on hacked website”
Just a reminder to myself, of why I moved my blog. Continue reading “Why I moved my blog”
The “Get Recent Comments” widget on my WordPress blog gets screwed up sometimes – to fix it:
Go to Settings > Recent Comments and hit Update Recent Comment Options. ‘Nuff said.
I’ve just upgraded to WordPress 2.5 – my blog was complaining that I should upgrade – and it feels rather like a downgrade.
I can deal with the fact that the Admin UI isn’t as good as it was – although the Dashboard has improved – but authoring posts has got worse:
- Uploading an image – didn’t work out of the box. I had to install a plugin to make that work. Now it reports that the upload failed, though it succeeded.
- Image thumbnailing is not as good – my thumbnails keep getting their left and right edges cut off.
- Creating links in the WYSIWYG text editor just shows me a blank box – I have to switch to edit HTML view and put them in there.
Come on chaps, this isn’t release ready – you shouldn’t have been advising users to upgrade yet. Everyone, steer clear until these issues are fixed. Perhaps it would be a lot easier to not use Flash, eh?