Archive for the 'wordpress' Category

<Searching where I’m not hated>

Sunday, January 8th, 2006

If Google and MSN Search hate me so much, what are they doing naked in my bed, humping away while they punch me and scream “I hate you!”?

What happens if I push this button?

Saturday, December 3rd, 2005

Fixing my problem with DreamHost thinking I use too much CPU by over-syndicating myself and pulling in more traffic isn’t likely to work out very well. Better to cut off the feed abusers.

Appendix C, why hast thou forsaken me?

Monday, November 28th, 2005

Is there really no way to include an ampersand in inline CSS intended for both true XHTML and Appendix C HTML tag soup?

Tweaking WordPress to accept PGP-signed comments nicely

Friday, November 11th, 2005

A checklist for really accepting PGP-signed comments in WordPress without breaking the signature by altering things before saving the comment in the database.

A digital identity non-epiphany

Friday, November 11th, 2005

Using OpenID to authenticate that you’re the person who controls a particular URL seems to make sense, right up until that URL asserts that you are the person who did something elsewhere.

Filtering the_title_rss: show me the whitespace!

Tuesday, November 8th, 2005

Nothing’s ever easy, and that’s never more true than when I pretend to be a programmer.

<strong> is not a better <b>

Sunday, November 6th, 2005

Lest anyone think I’m not an equal-opportunity ranter, I’ll pull this out of my comments: The default WordPress theme includes vertical bars in the “postmetadata” section, between the category (and the “Edit this” link if you are logged in) and the number of comments, with <strong>|</strong> which, as I said, would seem to be trying […]