The default WordPress install is a good start, but not only lacks some serious functionality, but has some that you don’t want. Included on your sidebar in a default install are Meta links, which include links to verify that your blog uses valid XHTML 1.0, CSS, etc, as well as a link to your Admin [...]
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Ever had someone make a comment on your blog and leave a really long, ugly URL in the post? Sometimes it will break your theme and make your site look silly, but even if it doesn’t, it’s still really ugly. Keep those URLs under control with WP Chunk, a great little plugin that takes those [...]
Ever since Google introduced the “nofollow” tag for following links back in Feb. 2005, comment contributers and spammers alike have been crying. While the intentions of this tag are good, in practice it doesn’t work so well. This isn’t necessarily Google’s fault, but by default, WordPress automatically adds “nofollow” tags to all comment and author [...]
Thousands of WordPress themes and I can’t find one that I want to use for this blog. Un-fscking-believable. Yeah, I could make my own, but that would take a lot of time.