Recently I decided to use the WordPress post formats in my blog. If you’re not familiar with post formats, hop over to the wordpress codex and read about them there.
Back? Good. :-)
I now have the ability to use different layouts for different kinds of posts, like “video“, “image” or “status” – there are some additional tweaks I need to add to my theme; currently not all of my blog’s views are respecting the new post formats. Work in progress, as always.
The problem I was facing after enabling the post formats: How can I add the post format to the posts that have been published in the past?
The easy but time-consuming way would be to edit every post via the administration, but that’ll take quite a while if you have more than handful of posts, so I looked for a way to set the post format directly in the database for the old posts.
Wow, Steward Langridge, inventor of the pingback mechanism, has enabled , as he just a couple of hours ago.
I think this is great signal for the webmention idea, and reminds me to keep on tweaking the webmention/indie web thing here in my blog, where I have the comfort of using a set of WordPress plugins that take care of the more complicated stuff that’s going on in the background.
Steward in contrast uses a static site generator and seems to have found a way …
Heute ist ein ganzer Satz Security-Updates für die vier letzten WordPress Versionen erschienen:
This is a critical security release for all previous versions and we strongly encourage you to update your sites immediately.
Kritisch. Dringend. Das klingt ernst, und deshalb: Hopphopp, runterladen und ran an die Aktualisierungsknöppe, sofern Ihr die Installationen nicht durch das automatische Update pflegen lasst.
Wer wissen will, was für ein Loch da unter anderem da gefixt wurde, möge hier lesen. Ich finde es ja immer wieder faszinierend/beängstigend, was für abgefahrene Exploits die Leute so finden. Der Angriffsvektor, …
See the Pen CSS 3D cube by Tom (@webrocker) on CodePen.
progressive enhancement is not about offering all functionality; progressive enhancement is about making sure that your core functionality is available to everyone. Everything after that is, well, an enhancement (the clue is in the name).
It is more often than not that I find myself in discussions about this exact point: I want our websites, their core tasks, to function, and if this is cared for, then we can talk about the fun stuff.
To many people this, in our new and modern browser times, seems to be a waste of time, why care for systems or users …
Next up is the test if I can pull in comments from silos like Facebook or Twitter back to the blog post that got shared there. Let’s raise the voodoo bar a bit now…
this on twitter
This is just a test, if
actually is working. If not, I’ll better apply for an account at :-)
The second day of the 2014 Border:None conference sees me sitting in a brewery cellar, and putting some h-entry and other microformats in the good ol’ webrocker theme. Somewhat embarrising is having Mr Jeremy Keith looking at the source code which actually is kind of, hm, messy, having grown more or less organically for more than years since the last refactoring :-). But since this here right now is primarily to test if and how this notification voodoo works, I have to live with it for the moment. :-) So here’s …
Version 4.0 of WordPress, named “Benny” in honor of jazz clarinetist and bandleader Benny Goodman, is available for download or update in your WordPress dashboard. While 4.0 is just another number for us after 3.9 and before 4.1, we feel we’ve put a little extra polish into it. This release brings you a smoother writing and management experience we think you’ll enjoy.WordPress Blog
Ich aktualisiere gerade und werde berichten, sollte sich Berichtenswertes zutragen.
Das hier schreibe ich schon im viernuller Backend… dem Update hat also geklappt. Auf den ersten Blick …