If you’ve been too busy to spend some time playing around with the new menu system in the latest bleeding edge version of WordPress, WPEngineer has a couple of screenshots of the latest user interface that will be part of the 3.0 release for managing menus. A couple of the (more…)

There is a great post over on the Akismet blog talking about some of the newest trends they have noticed in web spam since 2005. Among them are Chinese wholesaler spam, human-posted spam, and malware spam. Considering the large volume of comments running through the Akisemet service, it’s always interesting (more…)

April has been a troubling time for a couple of well known web-hosts security wise. Ipstenu wrote a post on the various hacks that took place this month and I thought it was a well written piece that explains the variables that needed to happen for those events to occur. (more…)

Jean-Baptiste Jung who runs CatsWhoCode.com has compiled a list of what he considers to be the top WordPress hacks so far in 2010. Among the list are code snippets to allow contributors to upload files, display ‘time ago‘ dates, WordPress navigation outside the loop, and disallowing the ability to switch (more…)

I’ve been wanting to give my new Flip HD camera a try ever since I received it. Fortunately, I had an opportunity to do so at the most recent North East Ohio WordPress meetup where I conducted a short interview with Brian Layman who is employed with B5 Media. In (more…)

Menus Filosofo has submitted his patch for the menu system. A few fixes are needed but it’s mostly there and looks like wireframes. They also work without javascript. The list of to-dos remaining for the menu system are a couple of things involving Ajax and some Internet Explorer stuff. The (more…)

At A Glance: Outline is the first commercial theme out of the gate from ThemeGarden.com by the same guy who runs Press75.com, Jason Schuller. Outline is a stylish theme that has up to 3 columns, a full page template and nice looking typography. License: All themes released under ThemeGarden.com contain (more…)

If I were operating Network Solutions right now, I’d be on my knees begging for mercy. Browsing through my feedreader today, I came across a post on ComputerWorld.com mentioning that customers hosted on Network Solutions.com have been attacked again. This time, it’s not targeted at WordPress users. Sucuri Security Labs (more…)

Users of Ning who are upset about the recent changes that have taken place regarding the service now have at least one avenue to take. Thanks to Boone B. Gorges, Ning users can now use a special plugin that will transfer both users and their custom profile data. This migration (more…)

DiggingIntoWordPress.com have released the poll results from January when they asked their audience, How Do You Use The WordPress Media Library? Interesting results to say the least. 30% of voters stated they loved the media library and used it for all media content. Following closely behind was the occasional use (more…)

WPBeginner has a great tutorial on how to add the Twitter Anywhere service into your WordPress powered site. Twitter anywhere is a service provided by Twitter that enables webmasters to add twitter to a website with just a few lines of Javascript. Not just an embeddable box, but a box (more…)