‘Code’ Category

IP to Nation Plugin

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August 30th, 2004
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WP Plugin : IP to Nation : this plugin guesses your visitors’ country according to their IP. It can be used for example to display a custom welcome message in a given language, or to display your commenters’ country flag. Worth to mention also is an alternative to this plugin, GeoIP.

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WP Tag Quick Reference

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August 25th, 2004
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WP Tag Quick Reference: THis is a handy tag reference that everyone is talking about. Incredibly useful for WordPress coders/designers. However, how will this change with the various versions? I can imagine the pain it would incur to meticulously update it with every important beta or release.

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Firefox tweaking app in .NET

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August 25th, 2004
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Emilsoft Software – Products: .NET app to tweak FireFox. This one is reasonably useful! Via: Scobleizer

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Audio Blog Publishing Script from Adam Curry

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August 22nd, 2004
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Adam has come up with a script to publish his “Daily Source Code” show via MP3s on the web. It is written for Mac OS X and uses the metaWeblog API. I wish Windows had a scripting language that would work with XMLRPC of some kind.

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Mozilla Control

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August 18th, 2004
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Mozilla Control: The Mozilla ActiveX project. Definitely one to watch! Though I am not a big fan of ActiveX’s vulnerabilities, I have been authoring a bunch of controls recently (OLE, C#) to automate secure file transfers and addition of dynamic content via drag and drop, which could come in real handy if I could get them to work in Mozilla!

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Validate forms XHTML 1.0 Strict

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August 16th, 2004
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Code, XHTML 1.0, XHTML 1.1, XHTML Tips

I ran into some trouble with the forms validation because I was using a javascript:document.formname.submit() which would require a name for the form. As it turns out, form name is deprecated in XHTML 1.0 Strict and XHTML 1.1. In other words <form name=”blah” … > is not valid in XHTML 1.0 Strict and XHTML 1.1. To get around this issue, I used <form id=”blah” … > and in my link I used javascript:document.forms['blah'].submit(); which validates correctly. Also, to get around the carriage return problem in input tags of forms (for input tags to validate correctly in XHTML 1.0 Strict and XHTML 1.1, they have to surrounded by <p> or h1 etc. ) I surrounded my inputs by (gasp) fieldsets and then hid it by styling the fieldset so I could get them all in one line. Im sure a lot of people know about these already, but this is for […]

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helge.at | weblog feature idea: commentstrack

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August 13th, 2004
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Blogging News, Code, Weblog Add-Ons

helge.at | weblog feature idea: commentstrack: a news-feed aggregating all replies to comments I have posted anywhere on the web. Interesting idea that needs a better set of Functional Specs. There are some major issues with the lag and the sheer number of connections to be made for a single comment. The author (and I) would love your thoughts and ideas on the topic. My suggestion was for everyone to use WordPress because WordPress allows comment feeds and has comment registration plugins.

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Stephanie Booth’s Musings on a Multiblog WordPress

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Climb to the Stars >> Musings on a Multiblog WordPress: Some interesting thoughts there and I could add some of my own but I have been waiting for *********’s proof of concept to surface. I personally believe that rather than trying to re-engineer an existing wordpress version, we should encourage authors to try to write for the codebase. Putting together a multiple weblog version of WordPress is not going to be simple by any means and if it HAS to be invented, it should be done one time and done right. My thoughts about the implementation are slightly different from Stephanies’. I believe that a multiple weblog (considering the number of blogs hosted can rise to the thousands) should use caching. Which brings me back to staticize(sp?). I propose that every folder that is supposed to contain a portion of the multiple blog, has an index and the cache files […]

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lab.artlung.com

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August 9th, 2004
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lab.artlung.com: Relatively large collection of scripts and web programming resources. Check out PHP .rtf creator and the slideshow implementation.

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