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Weblogging

The sites that keep on giving

Recovered from the Wayback Machine. I used to have a server and hosted several friends, each of whom contributed to the upkeep. It was fun having the server, but a lot of work, too, so eventually I moved back to my current host, Hosting Matters. I still hosted most of the folk through a re-seller […]

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Weblogging

Wordform: Alterations

Recovered from the Wayback Machine. I am in the process of establishing flags and options for several hard coded references in the code. For instance, right now the code automatically closes all comments older than ten days, and I need to make this into a user controlled option. I’m also making use of the /tmp […]

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Weblogging

Wordform: New Update

Recovered from Wayback Machine. I just modified comment moderation to put a placeholder comment into the thread for a moderated comment, but the placeholder only shows if: The IP address of the original author matches the current user’s IP address. The current author’s name and email (from cookie) matches the comment author’s name and email. […]

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Weblogging

Wordform: Three Big Changes

Recovered from Wayback Machine. In the last 24 hours, I managed to get three major components of Wordform finished. Go me. The first was the external application-via-plugin dashboard that allows user-selected filler. With this you can use one or more plugins to provide whatever you want within the dashboard area. For instance, I currently have […]

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Technology Weblogging

Bad Webloggers. Bad.

Recovered from the Wayback Machine. As you can see, I’m still getting pingbacks, even with removing the link to the pingback server from my page header. The reason for this, most likely, is because in the WordPress code somewhere, my site is responding affirmatively to an XML-RPC request, and the pingback is then sent. I’ve […]