De observante der ute (og som ikke bare leser bloggen min fra rss-leseren sin) kan ha oppdaget at merkelappene på bloggpostene har fått et nytt utseende.
Det begynte egentlig med at jeg så på en post jeg hadde skrevet og tenkte “Hm, de taggene der ser ikke ut som om de egentlig hører hjemme der”. Videre tenkte jeg, hva skal jeg gjøre for å få dem mer inn i det visuelle uttrykket på bloggen.
As a programmer and linux geek I often need, or at least want to write about code, scripts and commands on my blog, but as many of you know, displaying raw code in HTML is setting yourself up for failure. The simplest part of the problem is the fact that line breaks and whitespace might be significant, this is simply solved by putting the code inside a block. The more tricky part is that code often is full of characters like &, > and <.
WordPress 2.7 final was announced today.
I just upgraded to wordpress 2.7. It took me about 30 seconds :D, thanks to svn switch.
?View Code BASH tar -czf backup.tar.gz blog.elzapp.com mysqldump -u root -p – elblogg > backup.sql svn sw http://svn.automattic.com/wordpress/tags/2.7 There! that’s it. 😀
Now, what’s my first impressions?
It looks very nice It is VERY much slower than WordPress 2.6.5, that’s atleast my first impression.
This post should really have been published yesterday, but I thought two posts on the same day was enough.
So, the 5th of december was kind of a jubileeum for me, I then had blogged roughly one post each day for a month. Actually there have been 3 days without posts, one saturday and two sundays. But then again there have been 7 days with two posts.
So, what have this done for me?
svn sw http://svn.automattic.com/wordpress/tags/2.6.5 U wp-includes/post.php U wp-includes/version.php U wp-includes/feed.php U xmlrpc.php U wp-admin/users.php I just upgraded multiple blogs running WordPress 2.6.3 (hups… seems like i missed one release).
Here’s the release announcement
Nope, the 2.6.5 release is the first release after 2.6.3…
Note that we are skipping version 2.6.4 and jumping from 2.6.3 to 2.6.5 to avoid confusion with a fake 2.6.4 release that made the rounds.
The first thing I have to say about this is keep your worpress up to date at all times! Skipping a release will not only make you vulnerable to hackers, but also make it more difficult to upgrade later. But this, of course is something you already know, lets see what we could do to make it easier to manage this.
Wouldn’t it be nice if you had a distribution system for wordpress?