When a GPL theme is not a GPL theme
Gotta say that I just love this post! I’ve used the Anaconda theme on an off at my personal site, and really liked the flexibility of the two sidebar widgetized theme. This of course was before I learned how to create multiple sidebars for this site (cause I like widgety things more than Joe does […]
Comment Karma 2.0 "Coming Soon"!
Most definitely good news for the world of openID watchers (like us!). We definitely hope to implement the openID system right here at BoldlyGoing.com as soon as we are at a stable enough point to do so. Of course, there is that huge list of items ahead of this implementation, however reading that general acceptance […]
Sidebar Widget Collapser "Released"
Glad I’ve waited! I’ve had v.1.0 zip in my “to check out” folder for some time. So, long in fact that I was going through my ideas pad (actual pad of paper on my desk. High tech, I know 😉 ) and realized that I had the following note to myself: “Are there any “Rate […]
Ekonoline, WordPress 2.1 and Own the Feed
What a great idea to be able to have the functionality of offering your site visitors the ability to collapse a portion of the sidebar. Add to that the cookie functionality to “remember” the choices that your visitors make, and conceptually at least, this would be a GREAT plugin. The reality however is far from […]
Ranting on WordPress Plugin Development by Blogging Pro
Ekonoline, WordPress 2.1 and Own the Feed Of all the wordpress installations in the world this plugin had to find its way into mine! Kidding of course. Just the thought of having multiple feeds right on my dashbar page makes me want to do away with google reader. Nothing against it, mind you, except it’s […]
WP: separating plugins and widgets
Ranting on WordPress Plugin Development by Blogging Pro Better late than never, however, had I read this thread of posts by David Peralty and Justin Shattuck back in Novemeber when they made them, I’d not have had a clue about what it takes to install a widget or plugin, much less the coding side of […]
WordPress We would definitely second this one. While we try to keep the number of plugins low (and subsequently the scroll on the admin/plugins page smaller) it tends to be tough when there are so many good plugs to use to get the most for the site. Add to the plugins the list of widgets […]