Tag Archive for 'wordpress'

Comment Spam and WP-SpamFree

I’m tired of comment spam. I guess my blog has grown to a popular enough size that I’m known by just enough bots to make things annoying. The next plugin I’ll be trying out is WP-SpamFree. If you can’t post a comment, use my contact form to let me know there is an issue. WP-SpamFree […]

Formatting Source Code with WordPress

Sometimes you get used to doing things one way and you forget to take a step back now and then and see if there isn’t something you’re missing. In my case, I was formatting source code on this blog by putting html non-breaking spaces and < codes for angle brackets etc. Ouch. What was I […]

How to fix the Digg Tools JavaScript for WordPress

If you have a wordpress blog and you’ve ever had a popular enough post to have it posted to Digg.com, you might be tempted to paste the digg tools javascript into your post to integrate your site with the digg post. The first thing you noticed after you got the post edited is that your […]

Can Google’s Adsense bot understand gzipped html pages?

During my experiments with WP-Super-cache, I noticed a strange thing happen to my Adsense ads. A short while after getting gzip compression to work properly, all my ad content had foreign characters and strange seemingly unrelated content. Having changed nothing on my blog except for installing WP-super-cache, I decided to add an additional check to […]

Making WP-Super-Cache gzip compression work

I was pretty excited to see an update to WP-Cache. The first thing I noticed is that when I enabled the new super cache compression option, I started getting a file save as dialog instead of my pages. As of the current version of WP-Super-Cache, the readme.txt file states that if you get this, you […]

WP Super Cache – The Ultimate WordPress Caching Plugin

I’ve upgraded my old WP-Cache plugin to this one that I found on Digg.com today. From the Digg.com Post: Tired of clicking a link off the Digg front page only to find a crashed or mortally lagged site on the other side? Finally, Donncha (one of the main WordPress developers) has solved the problem once […]



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