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This plugin adds XHTML META tags to your WordPress blog. The addition of the META tags is fully automatic , but it also includes all those features a SEO-concerned publisher would need in order to have total control over those meta tags. The features at a glance The following list outlines how and where META [...]
Today, I stumbled upon the following links, which seem to be what could get someone started with LaTeX. Andrew Roberts has done an exceptional job. His tutorials cover topics both for the absolute beginner and the medium experienced user. This is a must read! Actually, I found out about the above tutorials by this post, [...]
G-Loaded! has always been a supporter of the Atom Syndication Format, more specifically of the Atom 1.0 Specification, because of its flexibility and extended features. Although this specification has been around for quite a while now, it has not been fully adobted by the major web indexing services or by popular web applications yet. As [...]
Despite the third version of the GPL being released (read the GPLv3 legal code), all software, which has been published and hosted on G-Loaded.eu and is subject to the terms of the GPLv2, remains under its current license (GPLv2) until further notice. This is not because I consider the 3rd revision of the license as [...]
Recently, I had written a post about WordPress 2.2.1 always delivering full content with the author feeds, ignoring the publisher’s settings. I deliberately had not disclosed much information about the issue, not because it was security related, but due to the fact that it could make the content leechers’ job easier and cleaner. Now, that [...]
I am nowhere near being an authority on software licensing. However, the recent release of GPLv3 with all the online discussions, all the attempts to exploit statements of the old version 2 of the license in order to achieve automatic license renewal for all the projects that were released under GPLv2 made me re-evaluate, not [...]
Today, I noticed that it is no longer required to escape the backslash (\), known as the “escape character” on *nix systems, inside the pre HTML tag in order not to be removed by WordPress’ HTML filters. This bug has lived long enough to be considered as a WordPress feature, but the devs have suddenly [...]
Moving the comments your readers have submitted under one of your blog posts to another one might sound like a horrible idea at first, but there are times, especially when the number of comments has increased too much, that such an action is required in order to reduce the page loading time. I am aware [...]
If you’ve tried out several wiki engines, you have probably noticed that the developers of each of them have invented their own wiki markup language. I guess no-one has a problem with that. It’s a free world after all. However, all these different versions of markup languages easily become a pain when you have to [...]