Sorryforthiscode – iFrame Injection http://t.co/nHi2CUs0
Monthly Archives: September 2012
My Documents Shortcode plugin lets you display uploaded attachments. WordPress limits what kinds of files you can upload, but you might need to upload additional types of files. Here’s an example of how to add new file types to the ones that WordPress will allow. In my case, I needed to upload a Keynote slideshow, which had the file extension .key:
@dougal I know some people use this: https://t.co/Cxwm3ZaU
WordPress 3.5 Beta 1, and a bonus: the new Twenty Twelve theme http://t.co/vaNc3wBa
Can’t wait for feedback to roll in for WordPress 3.5 Beta 1. And so the next phase begins. http://t.co/Rl4iA8BG
Last night, I gave a presentation at the Atlanta WordPress Users meetup, titled “Higher Order WordPress Security”. While the presentation looks at security from the point-of-view of a WordPress site owner, the aim is to look at the bigger picture. There are many links in the security chain, and it helps to understand how the pieces fit together. NOTE: I’ve noticed that (once again) SlideShare has dropped several key images from the presentation I uploaded … Continue reading
More workflow tips for using git and subversion together to manage a project.
Dropbox dives into CoffeeScript http://t.co/JUcRDSTP // good read on those for both opponents and proponents.