Posts Tagged ‘wordpress_2_0’

Fare Thee Well WordPress 2.0

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August 2nd, 2009
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Mark Jaquith recently posted over at the WordPress.org blog that the  WordPress 2.0.x Legacy Branch is Deprecated – in other words retired and no longer supported for the most important aspect – security updates. It had gotten a little long in the tooth as it was published back in late December 2005. However, WordPress 2.0 was revolutionary in many ways.  Think back to WordPress 2.0 and how that changed WordPress as we knew it at the time. Some of those changes we now take for granted included: Completely Redesigned Backend Included Spam and Backup Plugins Inline Uploading Faster Posting Post Preview User Roles labelled Header Customization WordPress 2.0 certainly set us on the path to the WordPress we know and love today.  Congratulations 2.0 on a terrific service life – rest in peace “Duke”. Time For An Upgrade? What does this mean for you as an individual blogger, website developer […]

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WordPress Plugins for the Admin Side of your Blog

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December 30th, 2005
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For those who are not completely happy with the usability or the look and feel of the back office in their blog, there are a few plugins around, compatible with or made for WordPress 2.0, that rework or enhance the admin area. I’ll name : Paged Comment Editing By default, “Manage Comments” only list the 20 last comments. What if you were on offline holidays for a month and have a blog that receives quite a few feedback ? This plugin allows browsing of older comments with paging through them. Cat 2 Tag If you create a lot of categories, this plugin makes selection easier when writing a post : a handy “tag cloud” avoids cumbersome scrolling through a long category list. There is also a fancy “suggest category” feature that proposes categories as you type them. WordPress Admin Drop Down Menu The lazy and the productive will love it […]

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Get Ready

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November 28th, 2005
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for the WordPress Version 2.0 . . .

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