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Technology | Posted on 13 Dec 2011 | Comments Off on Updating to WordPress 3.3 | Tagged with , , .

I’ve updated a couple of the sites to WordPress 3.3. There are a couple of new enhancements like the streamlined posting and uploads that look helpful. I just wish

Technology | Posted on 15 Apr 2011 | Comments Off on 10 Plugins To Secure WordPress | Tagged with , , , .
As WordPress grows in popularity, it becomes the target of hackers and spammers hoping to leverage the site for malicious purposes. We've compiled a short list ten popular plugins to help protect your valuable web real estate.
Technology | Posted on 23 Feb 2011 | Comments Off on WordPress 3.1 is out! | Tagged with .

WordPress 3.1 has been released. It’s got a few new features, a few deprecated features, and 820 fixed issues. I’ll be updating some sites tonight.

Technology | Posted on 6 Feb 2011 | Comments Off on Getting Rid of TimThumb | Tagged with .

WordPress has been capable of generating its own thumbnails since version 2.9. The current release is now 3.0.4, and I’m still relying on TimThumb to create thumbnails. Well, today I

Technology | Posted on 12 Jan 2011 | Comments Off on Slow Sites | Tagged with , , , .

The KingstonSprings.org site has been running incredibly slow lately. It has been getting incrementally slower for the last week or so. I’m not exactly sure what the cause is yet,

Podcasts | Posted on 1 Dec 2010 | Comments Off on Audio Test | Tagged with , .

This is just a quick test of publishing some audio on my blog. If you’re interested, here’s Ted Stevens always entertaining talk on net neutrality. No transcript is available for

Technology | Posted on 31 Oct 2010 | Comments Off on That all you got? | Tagged with , .

The announcement is over a month old, and I have not posted anything about it. I’m referring to WordPress becoming the default blogging platform for Windows Live Spaces. Isn’t

Technology | Posted on 6 Mar 2010 | Comments Off on Secure Database Connections in WordPress | Tagged with , , , , .

If you are setting up a WordPress site with an SSL certificate in a shared environment such as an ISP or hosting center, one of the things that you need