Hi everybody! I haven’t posted anything for a while now (been busy traveling and working), but I’m back with a new version of TOC boxes.
I’ve successfully managed to repair my blog and tweak it to the needs of Virtual MultiBlog. Though you don’t see any changes (I’ll tackle the intended theme change at a later time), this site is now powered by WP on Virtual MultiBlog. Yes sir! My quest for a multi-blog solution is over. 😀 Stay tuned, I’ll report the details soon.
The notion of “free” in FOSS – Free and Open Source Software – is commonly explained a “Free as in free speech, not as in free beer”. In practice, open source software is often provided literally for free – as I do with my plugins – and this is often referred to as “It’s free as in ‘free speech’, and as in ‘free beer'”. Read more >>
Alea iacta est. The dice has been cast. I’m giving up on WPMU. Definitely. I will be using Virtual Multiblog instead. Definitely.
I plan on doing some fundamental changes to my site. Most importantly, I’ll switch away from WordPress… [A moment of unbearable silence drills though the audience, a moment that seems to extend to eternity… Will he stop developing those great WordPress plugins? Do we have to abstain from his fabulous, though sometimes unconventional, even weird insights he shared with us on WordPress?]
Originally, Widget Voodoo wasn’t implemented with WordPress MU in mind. In response to an issue report in the forums, I’ve overhauled the way settings have been stored (the main cause of the issue on WPMU).
As a result, settings handling is more robust and more secure now. And, Widget Voodoo now works on WP and WPMU equally.
Grab the new version at wordpress.org, and have fun with it. 🙂
The other day I started a System Recovery1 on my Vista. Surprisingly (or actually not so surprisingly), I’ve been prompted with the following initial message (translation from German, underlining mine):
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- In case you don’t know, since Windows XP the operating system creates recovery points before every installation. If something goes wrong during the installation or an application, so you can’t uninstall it the usual way (or you are unsure if uninstallation really removed everything), you can roll-back relevant OS state (ex. registry) to a saved recovery point. It’s a sort of undo at system level. [↩]
Hackadelic TOC Boxes work in the sidebar as well. Out of the box. You can see a live demo on my blog by going to a post’s single view: The TOC box appears at the top of the left sidebar.1 This post here is a good example.
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- At least it’s at the top at time of this writing. I may move it in the future to another place, or remove it all together. [↩]