I haven’t used ad-blockers for a very long time… partly because I haven’t used Firefox (regularly) for a long time, and I’ve been slow to adopt Chrome plugins. Also, I’m a little conflicted about denying site-owners potential income by blocking their ads. So, I’m not an expert on ad-blocking by any means, but I ran […]
I’ve finished the move of kristarella.blog to a new server (well, that happened a while ago, but I’ve made more progress since then)! The improvements to WordPress (WP) over the last couple of years have been great! The integration of WordPressMU with the main WP stream into WP networks was a good move for any […]
kristarella.blog is getting a new look! I imagine some of you will be sad to see the old one go, judging from the compliments it’s received in the past year and a half (which I genuinely appreciate), but there are good reasons!
What’s a loop? When using WordPress, “The Loop” refers to the code in your template files that displays posts. Usually there is only one main loop per page, but you can have secondary custom loops to show special content. These can include recent posts and related posts.
Today I found that I wanted to move my WPMU installation to a new domain. It doesn’t really matter why — that’s a whole other story really — but just in case you want to do the same thing, this is how I did it.
Update 18 May 2010: Although the title is “in Thesis 1.5” this tutorial is still relevant. I have made a couple of updates since it was first written to accomodate more recent changes in Thesis, but really this tutorial is for Thesis 1.5 and beyond! I previously published a tutorial on full-width headers in the […]