I just installed Mike Smullin’s Ajax Comments 2.0. It works. No more page refreshes after the submit button. This is by far, the best and easiest to install Ajax Comment plugin for WordPress. And it even works on most themes.
Today, I was born many, many years ago. Woohoo!
Google is launching a new software solution.
Here’s someone who really loves blogging. Is this any different from reading a newspaper? Those exploding batteries explain why the laptop is on the floor.
Medialoper explains why WordPress is head and shoulders above all.
I found a very nice WordPress plugin called WP-Cache 2.0 coded by Ricardo Galli. It caches WordPress pages, therefore increasing page load times. I happen to have Fasterfox Page Load Timer installed on my Firefox browser and I noticed the pages load much faster now anywhere from .300 to .900 seconds. Prior to the cache, I was averaging 2-3 seconds for a WordPress page to load. Unfortunately, the plugin has a conflict with PHP5 displaying the annoying blank page. The good news is Bloggingblog.net has the fix!
A couple of days ago, I searched Google to find a fix for the CSS validation errors with the Lightbox JS v2 package. Good news and bad news. I found a website with the fix and the new code validated without any errors. The bad news is I lost the link and I can’t give credit where credit is due. If you have the link, please forward to me.
You can download the lightbox.css fix here. Enjoy.
Bookmark this page. It contains the Lightbox links I need.
He is freaky looking. I don’t get any good vibes looking this guy. Yikes!