Date test #2

Posted in Uncategorized on 9 October by Root

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Date test #1

Posted in Uncategorized on 9 October by Root

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Posted in General with tags , , on 29 July by Root

What happens if you put a div in a post?

Code Test

Posted in Uncategorized on 23 July by Root

What happens if you put code in your blog?


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How to disable Google ads at

Posted in Uncategorized on 15 July by Root

If you have the CSS upgrade this is a walk in the park. Just add

div.postcontent table {display:none}

The Venture Capitalists have obviously not read the CSS specification. 🙂

Turnaround in the forum

Posted in Uncategorized on 12 July by Root

The continued very public, and very embarrassing disintegration of mad mike is continuing. It does not look like any one can do much to help. His paranoia, hits new highs daily. Still now the WP com forum is cleared of the dead wood there is some very good support going on. Timethief has rushed into the breach and is doing a fine job. I really do hope that a more inclusive approach is going to be adopted by all contributors. A kinder , gentler forum if you like. Everybody knows the posters are clueless. We know better than most. We have been there. But the task is to assist. Not to belittle. We will see how it goes.

Update: Sadly his not quite an ex mod act of hanging round the forums dissing everybody including the only mod still trying to keep the thing together has now led to him being banned from the WordPress forums completely. A sorry sight.

Now this really sucks

Posted in Uncategorized on 7 July by Root

Among the brouhaha about forum mod the PTB at WP com have slipped in another horror this week. I give you recent comments avatars. How cool are they? Or they would be. If that idiot Matt Mullenweg and his gang had not marked them up in tables of all things. Furthermore not only is the mark up an abomination to any web standards developer but the widgets both at Org and Com now seem to generate their own CSS which turns up in the head of the document a la Kubrick. Furthermore and slightly OT in the fiasco of org upgrading to eliminate the increasingly common security flaws, they keep changing the widget markup therein. And even when they gravitate to a new schemata it is incomplete and inconsistent. Our old friend li h2 appears fleetingly. Then its ul li But at Org in some themes they seem to have ditched the nested lists from hell completely and gone for h2, and a with no list at all. as I started doing 2 years ago. . But of course its not used at Org. Yet. This is causing havoc in the theming community. They really do need to get someone, heck anyone in, who knows what they are doing in this regard. As I understand it poor Mark seems – at least from his forum comments – to have been roped in. He would the first to say that CSS is not his strongest suit. Bryan Veloso of course was fired after five minutes. I can feel a Nuclear Moose coming on.