Category Archives: wiki/cms

Posting with QTM

My friend Bethany Soule, for whom I host a blog, recently asked me if there was a way to write entries using a client program instead of having to login to wordpress via the web interface. I pointed her to the xml-rpc page in wordpress I had run across recently, and then decided to check […]

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Releasing the Collapsing Archives WordPress Plugin

Finally getting around to releasing some more plugins. I started using the Fancy Archives plugin by Andrew Rader about the same time I started using his Fancy Categories plugin (maybe in the reverse order actually). I have been modifying it for some time now, and it seems appropriate to release it as a new plugin. […]

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Releasing the Collapsing Categories WordPress Plugin

I started using the Fancy Categories plugin by Andrew Rader about 6 or 8 months ago. I have been slowly modifying it for some time now, and it seems appropriate to release it as a new plugin. (Note that I thought that Andrew Rader disappeared as well, but I now have found him at his […]

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Chronologically ordered blog in wordpress

I recently started the FedDibblety house blog, documenting our home improvements to our new home in Indiana (which Clare’s parents built). I set up accounts for my wife Clare, her parents, Dave and Ellen, and my parents, Harold and Fran. Ellen, being a technology nut like myself, immediately jumped in writing posts about the house, […]

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vimcolor plugin for wordpress

I recently downloaded the vimcolor plugin for wordpress so my code samples could look nice and spiffy, with the syntax highlighting I am accustomed to seeing. There were of course a few problems. The most notable was some path problems. It was trying to use these values: <?php $in_file = tempnam($GLOBALS[‘conf’][‘file_directory_temp’], ‘pl’); $out_file = tempnam($GLOBALS[‘conf’][‘file_directory_temp’], […]

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