Getting WordPress to see your UW Groups An item that’s been on a lot of wishlists of a lot of people for a long time now is the ability to have WordPress and the UW Groups Service communicate with each other. Most of my own pursuit of the issue revolved about using the groups REST… Read More
Google has released an Android Application for Google Analytics just a few moments ago, which may be of great interest to those of you who are keeping track of statistics either for their blog here or site elsewhere. It offers customization of charts as well as a snapshot of real time visitors. The app works with both… Read More
We’ve moved the UW Blogs Network to a new database host and upgraded WordPress to 3.3. Enjoy the newer streamlined administrative interface, including the enhanced media uploader!
As I’m sure most of you are already aware, WordPress 3.3 has been released into the wild. After the release has some time to settle down and 3.3.1 is released, I’ll begin preparations for upgrading the main blogs network to 3.3.
Overview Jetpack has been updated to version 1.2.1 from our previous version of 1.1. Notable functionality added is the ability to add site subscriptions which allows users to sign up to receive notifications of new posts. Additional widgets and search engine submission features are also included. Learn more at jetpack.me How to Activate Jetpack is not activated… Read More
Whilst digging into the inner workings and documentation of the nifty wp-super-cache plugin that the blogs network uses, I stumbled upon ismyblogworking.com, which will run various checks and give you a pretty good overview of your returns, features, and other “important stuff.” There are also quick links to validate your HTML, feed, and check the… Read More
There have been two updates to the default theme over the past 24 hours, both of which should enhance the user experience quite significantly. The first addition is the ability to display your blog name and subtitle over the main header image, such as is what you see with my own blog. Note that you… Read More