Upgrade of the core took 2 minutes. Next 10 minutes spent to enable post-thumbnails feature and tweaking my theme to support it. In 12 minutes all done!
This plugin by Shivendu Madhava is one of my favorites. Small, simple and adds stylish look to your posts/pages. It is so simple that my review consists of examples only!
Recently I found Delink Pages 1.0 plugin by Jennifer Stuart. It promises something I was looking for:
This plugin will allow you to specify certain pages to not be linked when wp_list_pages() is used in a theme. You might want to do this if you want a header for a series of subpages, but don't specifically want that header to be a real page itself.
If you are not familiar with child themes concept read the following first:
- Parent/Child Themes in WordPress: The Future of WordPress Themes - by Lorelle VanFossen
- How I used a WordPress Child Theme To Redesign My Blog - by Ian Stewart
- How to make a child theme for WordPress
My previous article Sharing users across multiple WordPress installations explains how to prepare for our current task. In order to be able to access multiple WordPress blogs with only one login we have to have common users across those installations. This article will deal with additional requirements necessary to accomplish our goal.
After reading Justin Tadlock's article Installing two WordPress blogs with the same users I have decided to implement this method in two of my test installations. Well... it did not work. Why?