As reported by Cloudfare, Hostgator and several other webhosts around the world, WordPress sites are under a heavy attack by some sort of botnet which is using brute force technique to try and log in “admin” to various blogs by using over 90,000 IP addresses from around the world. While web hosts and Cloudfare are… Continue reading WordPress sites under attack
We have all used Comic Sans font in our early days. Though its considered more of a joke now but it certainly has a novelty factor attached to it. Comic Sans Font Creator, Vincent Connare talks about the need to create the font. Its a good read. Comic Sans was designed because when I was… Continue reading Comic Sans Creator talks about the need for the font
I talked about Twitter’s new API restrictions few months back. And March 5 the day when it happens is approaching. Guess what? Apps have started feeling the heat already. Just 2 days back, Falcon Pro – one of the bes apps for Twitter on android ended up hitting the 100K token limit. Worse is that… Continue reading Do your good deed of the day – Revoke access to Twitter clients you don’t use
WordPress 3.6 is starting to take shape. I can see redesigned menu, TwentyThirteen theme and a new UI for adding post formats. But its very much buggy and incomplete at the moment. Will write a proper post soon.
You have selected a theme for your blog. You are excited to show it to the world. But I would suggest you to hold it for a little more and make sure the theme is ready before you make it live. So if you are planning to change the theme for your blog, I would… Continue reading Post Theme Install Checklist – Things to do after you install a new theme
WordPress 3.5 introduced an entirely new Media uploader which streamlined the way we handle and upload images to our posts. It all looks good except for the part where if you enter Title for your image but after publishing you realise, there’s no title field in the final image tag. Yes, WordPress 3.5 has removed… Continue reading Restore Image Title in WordPress 3.5