- Loui on Moving from Multi-DB to SharDB on WPMu
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Monthly Archives: April 2008
About two weeks ago I asked Joe and Shannon started a wiki page at UMW Blogs outlining ten possible ways to use UMW Blogs. Soon after I went in and re-arranged, added, edited, etc. Last week DTLT’s newest ITS star for the Social Sciences, Michael Willits (who now gets a link back because he has [...] Continue reading
I stopped using Viper’s Video Quicktags plugin a while back when I started playing in earnest with WPMu. Reason being is that this plugin didn’t really work well with WPMu last year at this time, and Anarchy Media Player was, and still is in many regards, alternative media player of choice for WPMu. [...] Continue reading
If you haven’t tried out the Simple Tags plugin yet, I promise you it will never be too soon. This plugin is extremely powerful, and strikes me more as a full blown application within WP than a simple extension of WordPress. I haven’t even begun to play with all the features it offers, but here [...] Continue reading
While text encoding is proving hellacious for me with WPMu, embedding iframes has never been easier (keep in mind there are risks involved, so think before you drink!). I found a pretty cool plugin for WPMu (there is also one for a single WP install, so don’t get confused), Google Maps Quicktag, that is specifically [...] Continue reading
So, my text encoding woes when moving a WP 2.3 single installation to WPMu 1.3.3 have not entirely disappeared, and this post is an important addendum to the original here.
So, in short after seeing stuff like this scattered through the bava:
Žižek has turned into Å½iÅ¾ek. Other examples include “a cinema-vÃ©ritÃ©sque film”, industry’s has turned [...] Continue reading