My top 10 WordPress plugins

The following are a list of plugins I either use, have used or plan to use in the future to improve this blog.

In no particular order:

Contact Form 7 – Just another contact form plugin. Simple but flexible. By Takayuki Miyoshi.

Putting your email address on the web these days is just an . . . → Read More: My top 10 WordPress plugins

Maintaining a WordPress install with git

A while ago I started tracking WordPress updates using Subversion. Instead of downloading the official release from the WordPress website I checked out the code from the stable branch of their Subversion repo. This made upgrading as simple as running “svn up” and I didn’t lose any modifications I had made to the code.

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Tikiwiki is dead

Well here we go, I’ve now ditched tikiwiki and uploaded wordpress to my host. It certainly looks nicer, and it’s a hell of a lot faster too. Probably because tikiwiki seems to do about a hundred database queries per pageview. Unfortunately it’s now painfully obvious how little content I have, since half of the . . . → Read More: Tikiwiki is dead

Upgrade to Atom 1.0

I’ve updated the atom feed to 1.0 using the file from Ben de Groot’s blog. Some of the links still say Atom 0.3 at the moment, I’ll get round to changing them…at some point.

WordPress links

Documentation: Lessons

Plugins I’m using: Recent Comments rssLInkList Contact Form

Plugins I might want to use: Countdown In-Series LivePostPreview ical-events